Chapter 2.30
DEPARTMENTS CREATED – ESTABLISHED POSITIONS

Sections:

2.30.010    City clerk position created – Duties.

2.30.020    Administrative and financial services department created – City treasurer appointment.

2.30.030    Fire department created.

2.30.040    Human resources department created.

2.30.050    Information technology department created.

2.30.060    Judicial department created.

2.30.070    Legal department created – Outside practice prohibited.

2.30.080    Neighborhood relations department created – Enforcing officer designated.

2.30.090    Planning and development department created.

2.30.100    Police department created.

2.30.110    Public works department created – City engineer appointment.

2.30.120    Utilities department created.

2.30.130    Zoological park department created.

2.30.010 City clerk position created – Duties.

(a) There is hereby created the position of city clerk in the city. The city clerk shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the city clerk. The city clerk shall be responsible for the overall operation of the city clerk’s office.

(b) The city clerk shall attend all meetings of the governing body and be responsible for keeping a time record of its proceedings, as well as a record of all official acts and when necessary shall attest them. The city clerk shall also be responsible for keeping and preserving the corporate seal of the city and all records, public papers and documents of the city not belonging to any other officer. The city clerk shall be authorized to administer oaths; and the copies of all papers filed in the clerk’s office, and transcripts from the records of the proceedings of the governing body, including ordinances duly certified by the city clerk under the corporate seal of the city, shall be taken as evidence in all courts of the state without further proof. (Ord. 20088 § 13, 10-17-17.)

    The following sections refer to city clerk responsibilities: Boards and commissions, TMC 2.05.020; city council – mayor, TMC 2.15.030, 2.15.040, 2.15.070, 2.15.080; city records, Chapter 2.20 TMC; departments, established positions, and employees, TMC 2.25.110; board of building and fire appeals, Chapter 2.40 TMC; planning commission, 2.65.140; office of the arts, Chapter 2.70 TMC; law enforcement, TMC 2.120.010; civil service for police officers and firefighters, TMC 2.125.040; benefits, TMC 2.140.260; claims and awards, TMC 3.35.020, 3.35.050; special assessments, TMC 3.45.010, 3.45.040, 3.45.050, 3.45.060, 3.45.140; sales tax, TMC 3.50.030; property taxes, TMC 3.55.060, 3.55.130, 3.55.140; business licenses, TMC 5.05.020, 5.05.040, 5.05.050, 5.05.060, 5.05.100, 5.05.120; fees and occupation taxes, TMC 5.10.210; alarm business, TMC 5.15.080; all night retailers, TMC 5.20.040; ambulance services, TMC 5.25.060, 5.25.070, 5.25.140; automobile buses, TMC 5.35.050, 5.35.060, 5.35.080; bathhouses and massage salons, TMC 5.40.060, 5.40.070, 5.40.100; cereal malt beverage retailers, TMC 5.55.020; dances and dancehalls, TMC 5.65.100; funeral escort services, TMC 5.70.020, 5.70.040; going-out-of-business or altered goods sales, TMC 5.75.070, 5.75.080, 5.75.090, 5.75.120, 5.75.160; haunted houses, TMC 5.80.040, 5.80.050; merchant or private police, TMC 5.90.140; paintball, TMC 5.105.020, 5.105.030, 5.105.050; pawnbrokers, TMC 5.110.150, 5.110.220; peddlers, solicitors and itinerant merchants, Chapter 5.115 TMC; precious metals dealers, TMC 5.125.080, 5.125.120; professional boxing and wrestling, TMC 5.130.040; septic tank cleaners, TMC 5.145.010; sign erectors, TMC 5.150.040; taxicabs, Chapter 5.155 TMC, TMC 10.65.070, 10.65.210; tobacco/novelty retail license, TMC 5.160.020; tree, shrub and vine services, Chapter 5.165 TMC; fire prevention and protection, TMC 8.35.070; vacant property registration, TMC 8.65.040, 8.65.050; uniform public offense code, TMC 9.05.080; alcoholic beverages, TMC 9.15.310; uniform traffic manual, TMC 10.10.200; standard traffic ordinance, TMC 10.15.010; abandoned and junked vehicles, TMC 10.25.050; stopping, standing and parking, TMC 10.60.150, 10.60.480; streets, sidewalks and public property, TMC 12.05.040, 12.05.080, 12.35.020, 12.35.100, 12.45.050; trafficway impact fees, TMC 12.55.110; vacating streets, alleys and easements, TMC 12.60.020; Special events – parades – block parties, TMC 12.70.040, 12.70.050, 12.70.060, 12.70.130; utilities, TMC 13.05.017; sewers and sewage disposal, TMC 13.20.150, 13.20.160; building code, TMC 14.20.020; uniform code for building conservation, TMC 14.25.010; electrical code, TMC 14.30.020; plumbing code, TMC 14.35.030; fire code, TMC 14.40.020; mechanical code, TMC 14.50.020; one- and two-family dwelling code, TMC 14.55.020; manufactured homes and trailers, TMC 14.65.100; energy conservation code, TMC 14.80.020; signs, TMC 18.10.060; subdivisions, TMC 18.35.210, 18.35.240, 18.40.130; zoning code amendments, TMC 18.245.050.

2.30.020 Administrative and financial services department created – City treasurer appointment.

(a) There is hereby created a department of administrative and financial services. The director of the department of administrative and financial services shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the administrative and financial services director. The administrative and financial services director shall be responsible for overall operation of the department.

(b) The director of administrative and financial services shall appoint a city treasurer who shall be responsible for receiving, keeping and safeguarding all public moneys belonging to the city. The city treasurer shall also be responsible for paying out public moneys belonging to the city only by authorized warrants or warrant checks and bearing the required signatures established by resolution of the governing body. (Ord. 20088 § 15, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Revenue and finance, TMC Title 3.

    The following sections refer to administrative and financial services department and city treasurer responsibilities: City records, TMC 2.20.100; departments, established positions, and employees, TMC 2.25.020; municipal court, TMC 2.110.090, 2.110.140; law enforcement, TMC 2.120.150; benefits, TMC 2.140.190, 2.140.200, 2.140.310, 2.140.320, 2.140.330; finance, TMC 3.05.010; expenses and fees, TMC 3.10.030; grants, TMC 3.20.010, 3.20.020; funds, TMC 3.25.010, 3.25.030, 3.25.040; contracts and purchases, Chapter 3.30 TMC; claims and awards, TMC 3.35.040; special assessments, TMC 3.45.100; tobacco/novelty retail license, TMC 5.160.040; blasting, TMC 8.40.030; fire insurance proceeds, TMC 8.80.030, 8.80.040, 8.80.050; stopping, standing and parking, TMC 10.60.220; taxicabs, TMC 10.65.070; utilities, TMC 13.10.150.

2.30.030 Fire department created.

There is hereby created a fire department. The fire chief shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the fire chief. The fire chief shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department, including the discipline, good order and proper conduct of members of the fire department. (Ord. 20088 § 26, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Fire department, Chapter 2.115 TMC.

    The following sections refer to fire department responsibilities: Board of building and fire appeals, Chapter 2.40 TMC; municipal court, TMC 2.110.160, 2.110.170, 2.110.180; fire department, Chapter 2.115 TMC; civil service for police officers and firefighters, Chapter 2.125 TMC; firemen’s relief association, Chapter 2.130 TMC; benefits, Chapter 2.140 TMC, Article IV; funds, TMC 3.25.040; contracts and purchases, TMC 3.30.270; cereal malt beverage retailers, TMC 5.55.100, 5.55.110; dances and dancehalls, TMC 5.65.090, 5.65.110; haunted houses, TMC 5.80.020, 5.80.030; professional boxing and wrestling, TMC 5.130.020, 5.130.050; salvage yards, TMC 5.135.050, 5.135.070, 5.135.080; fire prevention and protection, TMC Title 8, Division 2; offenses against public safety, TMC 9.40.020; abandoned and junked vehicles, TMC 10.25.010; stopping, standing and parking, TMC 10.60.220; trucks and trailers, TMC 10.70.030; utilities, TMC 13.05.100, 13.10.415, 13.10.430, 13.10.440, 13.10.450, 13.10.460, 13.10.470; erosion and sediment control, TMC 13.30.030, 13.30.040; technical activities of industries, TMC 14.15.080; building code, TMC 14.20.080; electrical code, TMC 14.30.120; fire code, Chapter 14.40 TMC; life safety code, Chapter 14.45 TMC; manufactured homes and trailers, TMC 14.65.290; moving of structures, TMC 14.70.030; zoning code, TMC 18.190.040.

2.30.040 Human resources department created.

There is hereby created a department of human resources. The director of human resources shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the human resources director. The human resources director shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department and management of all personnel matters, including labor negotiations and employee benefits. (Ord. 20088 § 18, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Personnel, Chapters 2.25, 2.125, 2.130 and 2.140 TMC.

    The following sections refer to human resources department responsibilities: Departments, established positions, and employees, TMC 2.25.030 and 2.25.100; law enforcement, TMC 2.120.010; civil service for police officers and firefighters, TMC 2.125.150; affirmative action programs, TMC 2.135.130.

2.30.050 Information technology department created.

There is hereby created a department of information technology. The director of information technology shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the director of information technology. The director of information technology shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department. (Ord. 20088 § 21, 10-17-17.)

2.30.060 Judicial department created.

There is hereby created a judicial department. The municipal judge shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 21 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the municipal judge. The municipal judge shall be responsible for the efficient administration, operation and delivery of all municipal court and related court services. (Ord. 20088 § 17, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Municipal court, Chapter 2.110 TMC.

    The following sections refer to municipal judge responsibilities: Law enforcement, TMC 2.120.020; animals, TMC 6.05.050, 6.05.060, 6.05.070, 6.15.170, 6.20.010; vehicles and traffic, TMC 10.20.170; abandoned and junked vehicles, TMC 10.25.040; bicycles and electric-assisted scooters, TMC 10.35.040, 10.35.050; streets and sidewalks, TMC 12.40.020.

2.30.070 Legal department created – Outside practice prohibited.

(a) There is hereby created a legal department. The city attorney shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 21 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the city attorney. The city attorney shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department.

(b) The city attorney and assistant city attorneys shall be prohibited from providing legal representation to any client outside of the scope of the attorney’s duties for the city; provided, however, that the city manager may, with notice to the governing body, grant a temporary exception to this prohibition to permit an attorney to conclude and terminate representation of clients that commenced prior to the attorney beginning employment with the city; and provided further, that the attorney can perform such legal services without interfering with the attorney’s job duties to the city, without conflict of interest to the city of Topeka, and in accordance with the Kansas Rules of Professional Conduct. (Ord. 20088 § 14, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Municipal court, Chapter 2.110 TMC.

    The following sections refer to legal department and city attorney responsibilities: Departments, established positions, and employees, TMC 2.25.100; board of building and fire appeals, Chapter 2.40 TMC; Americans with Disabilities Act advisory council, Chapter 2.80 TMC; sustainability advisory board, TMC 2.95.020; municipal court, TMC 2.110.110, 2.110.160, 2.110.170, 2.110.180, 2.110.210, 2.110.420, 2.110.450, 2.110.460, 2.110.480, 2.110.490, 2.110.500, 2.110.520, 2.110.530; civil service for police officers and firefighters, TMC 2.125.050, 2.125.060, 2.125.090; firemen’s relief association, TMC 2.130.040, 2.130.080; benefits, TMC 2.140.190; expenses and fees, TMC 3.10.010; bonds, TMC 3.15.020; grants, TMC 3.20.010, 3.20.020; funds, TMC 3.25.020, 3.25.040; contracts and purchases, TMC 3.30.110, 3.30.350; claims and awards, Chapter 3.35 TMC; capital city downtown business improvement district, TMC 3.40.050; property taxes, TMC 3.55.030; ambulance services, TMC 5.25.140; construction and building licenses, TMC 5.63.020; funeral escort services, TMC 5.70.020; merchant or private police, TMC 5.90.130, 5.90.140, 5.90.190, 5.90.200; mobile home contractors and craftsmen, TMC 5.95.090; tobacco/novelty retail license, TMC 5.160.020; tree, shrub and vine services, TMC 5.165.020; animals, 6.15.170; blasting, TMC 8.40.050; alcoholic beverages, TMC 9.15.090; abandoned and junked vehicles, TMC 10.25.030; taxicabs, TMC 10.65.120; streets, sidewalks and public property, TMC 12.05.040; right-of-way excavation, TMC 12.30.060; zoning code, TMC 18.50.110, 18.55.005, 18.245.020.

2.30.080 Neighborhood relations department created – Enforcing officer designated.

(a) There is hereby created a department of neighborhood relations. The director of neighborhood relations shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the director of neighborhood relations. The director of neighborhood relations shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department and all programs administered by the department.

(b) The city manager designates the director of neighborhood relations or designee as the enforcing officer for purposes of administering the state’s unsafe or dangerous structures or abandoned property law and the city’s property maintenance code. (Ord. 20088 § 22, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Community development, Chapter 2.105 TMC; property maintenance, TMC Title 8, Division 3; fair housing practices, Chapter 9.25 TMC; zoning code, TMC Title 18, Division 4.

    The following sections refer to neighborhood relations department responsibilities: Community development, TMC 2.105.020, 2.105.040, 2.105.070, 2.105.080, 2.105.090, 2.105.100; contracts and purchases, TMC 3.30.320, 3.30.330, 3.30.350, 3.30.360, 3.30.370, 3.30.380, 3.30.400, 3.30.410, 3.30.420, 3.30.430; property maintenance, TMC 8.60.030; vacant property registration, TMC 8.65.030, 8.65.040, 8.65.050; fire insurance proceeds, 8.80.030, 8.80.040, 8.80.050.

2.30.090 Planning and development department created.

(a) There is hereby created a department of planning and development. The director of planning and development shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the planning and development director. The planning and development director shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department, including comprehensive planning, zoning, transportation planning, and development services.

(b) All references in the code to “planning director” or “director of planning” shall mean the director of planning and development.

(c) All references in the code to “planning department” shall mean the department of planning and development. (Ord. 20164 § 1, 1-8-19.)

    Cross References: Building code, TMC 14.20.060; planning, Chapters 2.65 and 18.05 TMC.

    The following sections refer to planning department responsibilities: Board of zoning appeals, TMC 2.45.040, 2.45.060, 2.45.070; development services division, Chapter 2.50 TMC; landmarks commission, Chapter 2.60 TMC; planning commission, TMC 2.65.060, 2.65.120; community development, TMC 2.105.090; paintball, TMC 5.105.050; sign erectors, TMC 5.150.040; streets, sidewalks and public property, TMC 12.05.110; obstructions and encroachments, TMC 12.10.100; private streets, TMC 12.15.010; right-of-way excavation, TMC 12.30.220; vacating streets, alleys and easements, TMC 12.60.010; sewers and sewage disposal, TMC 13.20.230; comprehensive metropolitan plan, TMC 18.05.040; signs, Chapter 18.10 TMC; subdivisions, TMC 18.35.010, 18.35.020, 18.35.030, 18.35.050, 18.35.060, 18.35.100, 18.35.130, 18.40.110, 18.40.130, 18.40.150, 18.45.010; zoning code, TMC 18.50.050, 18.50.100, 18.50.120, 18.185.070, 18.185.080, 18.185.090, 18.190.030, 18.190.040, 18.190.050, 18.190.060, 18.190.070, 18.200.070, 18.200.080, 18.200.090, 18.210.020, 18.210.035, 18.210.040, Chapters 18.215 and 18.225 TMC, TMC 18.230.020, 18.230.030, 18.235.050, 18.235.060, 18.235.070, 18.235.080, 18.235.100, 18.235.110, 18.235.130, 18.240.020, 18.245.020, 18.245.050, 18.245.060, 18.250.020, Chapter 18.255 TMC, TMC 18.260.040, 18.260.050, 18.260.060, 18.265.030, 18.270.060, 18.270.070, 18.270.080; nonresidential design standards, Chapter 18.l275 TMC.

2.30.100 Police department created.

There is hereby created a police department. The police chief shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the police chief. The police chief shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department, including the discipline, good order and proper conduct of members of the police department and any reserve force. (Ord. 20088 § 25, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Law enforcement, Chapter 2.120 TMC.

    The following sections refer to police department responsibilities: Municipal court, TMC 2.110.120, 2.110.160, 2.110.170, 2.110.180, 2.110.210, 2.110.220, 2.110.240, 2.110.250, 2.110.260, 2.110.270, 2.110.280, 2.110.290, 2.110.300, 2.110.320, 2.110.340, 2.110.450, 2.110.490, 2.110.670; law enforcement, Chapter 2.120 TMC; civil service for police officers and firefighters, Chapter 2.125 TMC; benefits, Chapter 2.140 TMC, Articles IV and V; funds, TMC 3.25.130, 3.25.150; contracts and purchases, TMC 3.30.270; alarm business, TMC 5.15.020, 5.15.040, 5.15.060, 5.15.070, 5.15.080, 5.15.090, 5.15.100; all night retailers, TMC 5.20.020, 5.20.060, 5.20.070, 5.20.080; bathhouses and massage salons, TMC 5.40.020, 5.40.080, 5.40.100; dances and dancehalls, TMC 5.65.030, 5.65.100; merchant or private police, Chapter 5.90 TMC; paintball, TMC 5.105.020, 5.105.030, 5.105.050; pawnbrokers, TMC 5.110.030, 5.110.050; peddlers, solicitors and itinerant merchants, TMC 5.115.030, 5.115.170, 5.115.190, 5.115.210; precious metals dealers, TMC 5.125.020, 5.125.070; professional boxing and wrestling, TMC 5.130.050; taxicabs, TMC 5.155.070; animals, TMC 6.05.020, 6.05.030, 6.05.060, 6.05.100, 6.05.110, 6.15.010, 6.15.040, 6.15.080, 6.15.090, 6.15.170; burglar and holdup alarm systems, Chapter 8.05 TMC; smoking in public places and places of employment, TMC 8.20.110; fire prevention and protection, TMC 8.35.030, 8.35.070; alcoholic beverages, TMC 9.15.090, 9.15.120, 9.15.190, 9.15.240, 9.15.330; discrimination, TMC 9.20.020; offenses affecting governmental functions, TMC 9.35.010; offenses against public safety, TMC 9.40.020, 9.40.050; vehicles and traffic, TMC 10.05.040, 10.05.050, 10.05.070, 10.10.030, 10.10.050, 10.10.080, 10.10.100, 10.10.110, 10.10.120, 10.10.140, 10.10.150, 10.10.160, 10.20.180; abandoned and junked vehicles, Chapter 10.25 TMC; ambulances, TMC 10.30.030, 10.30.040; bicycles and electric-assisted scooters, TMC 10.35.030; buses, TMC 10.40.010; funeral escort services, TMC 10.45.010; snow routes, TMC 10.55.060; stopping, standing and parking, TMC 10.60.020, 10.60.080, 10.60.110, 10.60.120, 10.60.140, 10.60.220, 10.60.310, 10.60.350, 10.60.510, 10.60.540, 10.60.550; trucks and trailers, TMC 10.70.020, 10.70.030; vehicle weight limits, TMC 10.75.050, 10.75.060, 10.75.070, 10.75.140; streets, sidewalks and public property, TMC 12.05.040; right-of-way excavation, TMC 12.30.350; Special events – parades – block parties, 12.70.050, 12.70.090, 12.70.100, 12.70.120; building conservation code, TMC 14.20.080; fire code, TMC 14.40.020; mechanical code, TMC 14.50.020; one- and two-family dwelling code, TMC 14.55.020; manufactured homes and trailers, TMC 14.65.380; moving of structures, TMC 14.70.030, 14.70.130, 14.70.150; zoning code, TMC 18.190.040.

2.30.110 Public works department created – City engineer appointment.

(a) There is hereby created a department of public works. The director of public works shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the public works director. The director of public works shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department.

(b) The director of public works shall appoint a city engineer, who shall be a professional civil engineer responsible for preparing plans, specifications and estimates for, as well as supervising the construction of, all public improvements. The city engineer shall also be responsible for performing all surveying and engineering work under the direction of the public works director and performing all other duties pertaining to the position of city engineer, as assigned by the director of public works. The city engineer shall be registered as a professional engineer in the state. (Ord. 20088 § 19, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Traffic and vehicles, TMC Title 10; division of traffic engineering and municipal parking, TMC 10.10.010; streets, sidewalks and other public places, TMC Title 12; utilities, TMC Title 13; buildings and building regulations, TMC Title 14.

    The following sections refer to public works department and city engineer responsibilities: Board of building and fire appeals, Chapter 2.40 TMC; development services division, Chapter 2.50 TMC; sustainability advisory board, TMC 2.95.020; municipal court, TMC 2.110.070; affirmative action programs, TMC 2.135.130; expenses and fees, TMC 3.10.020, 3.10.030, 3.10.040; contracts and purchases, TMC 3.30.090, 3.30.320; construction and building licenses, TMC 5.63.020, 5.63.060, 5.63.070, 5.63.080, 5.63.100, 5.63.120; haunted houses, TMC 5.80.050; sign erectors, TMC 5.150.040; blasting, TMC 8.40.020, 8.40.040, 8.40.050; fire insurance proceeds, TMC 8.80.030; vehicles and traffic, TMC 10.10.010, 10.10.060; snow routes, Chapter 10.55 TMC; stopping, standing and parking, TMC 10.60.220, 10.60.290, 10.60.390; streets, sidewalks and public property, TMC 12.05.040, 12.05.080, 12.35.010, 12.35.020, 12.35.030, 12.35.040, 12.35.060, 12.35.070, 12.35.100, 12.40.020, 12.40.030, 12.40.050; obstructions and encroachments, TMC 12.10.080, 12.10.100; private streets, TMC 12.15.010, 12.15.040; right-of-way excavation, TMC 12.30.030, 12.30.050, 12.30.060, 12.30.070, 12.30.080, 12.30.090, 12.30.100, 12.30.110, 12.30.120, 12.30.160, 12.30.180, 12.30.190, 12.30.200, 12.30.210, 12.30.220, 12.30.230, 12.30.250, 12.30.270, 12.30.280, 12.30.290, 12.30.300, 12.30.330, 12.30.340; street and highway construction, TMC 12.45.010, 12.45.040, 12.45.050, 12.45.060, 12.45.070, 12.45.080, 12.45.090, 12.45.110, 12.45.120, 12.45.130; street parking, TMC 12.50.050, 12.50.060; trafficway impact fees, TMC 12.55.070, 12.55.080; forestry, Chapter 12.65 TMC; utilities, TMC 13.10.440, 13.20.100, 13.20.120, 13.20.130; buildings and construction, TMC 14.05.030; building permits, TMC 14.10.050, 14.10.070; electrical code, TMC 14.30.030, 14.30.040, 14.30.050, 14.30.070, 14.30.080, 14.30.090, 14.30.100, 14.30.110, 14.30.120, 14.30.130; plumbing code, TMC 14.35.020, 14.35.540, 14.35.570; one- and two-family dwelling code, TMC 14.55.020, 14.55.030; manufactured homes and trailers, TMC 14.65.170; moving of structures, TMC 14.70.060, 14.70.090, 14.70.110, 14.70.150, 14.70.160; excavations, TMC 17.05.040, 17.05.060, 17.05.070, Chapter 17.05 TMC, Article III; buffer areas, TMC 17.10.040, 17.10.060, 17.10.070, 17.10.080; construction adjacent to flood control levees, TMC 17.20.030; demolition, TMC 17.25.020, 17.25.030; subdivisions, TMC 18.35.010, 18.35.050, 18.35.080, 18.35.150, 18.35.250, 18.40.020, 18.40.070, 18.40.100, 18.40.120, 18.40.130, 18.40.150, 18.45.010, 18.45.020, 18.45.100; zoning code, TMC 18.50.100, 18.190.040, 18.190.050, 18.210.040, Chapter 18.225 TMC, TMC 18.230.020, 18.235.060, 18.240.020, 18.240.040, 18.245.060, 18.260.050, 18.270.080.

2.30.120 Utilities department created.

There is hereby created a department of utilities. The director of the department of utilities shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 21 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the director of utilities. The director of utilities shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department. (Ord. 20088 § 29, 10-17-17.)

    The following sections refer to utilities department responsibilities: Construction and building licenses, TMC 5.63.080; utilities, TMC 13.05.017, 13.05.050, 13.05.060, Chapters 13.10, 13.15, 13.20 TMC, TMC 13.25.030, 13.25.060, 13.25.070, 13.25.080, 13.25.090, 13.25.110, 13.30.040, 13.30.060, 13.30.070, 13.30.080, 13.30.100, 13.30.110, 13.30.120, 13.30.130, Chapter 13.35 TMC.

2.30.130 Zoological park department created.

There is hereby created a zoological park department. The director of the zoological park shall be appointed by the city manager. The city manager, pursuant to Charter Ordinance No. 94, Section 1 (Appendix A, Section A2-54), shall be responsible for supervising and evaluating the performance of the director of the zoological park. The director of the zoological park shall be responsible for the overall operation of the department. (Ord. 20088 § 28, 10-17-17.)

    Cross References: Zoological park, Chapter 11.35 TMC.