7-6.01    Prerequisites to Issuance of Building Permits

7-6.02    Agreements: Surety Bonds

7-6.03    Exceptions

7-6.01 Prerequisites to Issuance of Building Permits.

No building permit shall be issued for the erection of buildings or structures on lots or building sites which are contiguous or adjacent to public or private streets unless street improvements, including sidewalks, are installed in accordance with the Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction on file in the office of the City Clerk.

(Sec. 1, Ord. 78-019)

7-6.02 Agreements: Surety Bonds.

Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 7-6.01 of this chapter requiring the installation of public street improvements prior to the issuance of a building permit, an agreement may be made to construct such public improvements at the time of the completion of the building or structure and before any occupancy permit is granted; provided, however, no such agreement shall be valid until it has been secured by a good and sufficient surety bond or cash deposit adequate to cover all costs and administrative expenses of the installation in the event of default.

Such agreements shall be executed by the City Engineer.

(Sec. 2, Ord. 78-019)

7-6.03 Exceptions.

Where the City Engineer finds that an official street grade has not been established or that the installation of such public improvements would adversely affect the flow of drainage or result in damages to, or the creation of a hazardous condition to, public or private improvements or the use thereof, no such public improvements need be installed.

(Sec. 3, Ord. 78-019)