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CHAPTER 1 GENERAL
1-1 How Code Designated and Cited
1-2 Construction of Ordinances
1-3 Definitions
1-4 Reference to Chapters Article or Sections Conflicting Provisions
1-5 Section Headings
1-6 Effect of Repeal
1-7 Severability of Parts of Code
1-8 Penalty
1-9 Repeal of Existing Ordinances
1-10 Effective Date of Code

CHAPTER 2 MAYOR AND COUNCIL
2-1 Council
2-2 Mayor
2-3 Council Election
2-4 CouncilProcedure
2-5 Ordinances Resolutionsand Contracts
2-6 Planning and Zoning Commission
2-7 Repealed by Ord 393-99
2-8 Page Utility Enterprises
2-9 Initiative and Referendum
2-10 Substance AbuseTask Force
2-11 Tourism Board
2-12 Golf Advisory Board
2-13 Page Community Center Board

CHAPTER 3 ADMINISTRATION
3-1 Officers in General
3-2 Officers
3-3 Personnel System
3-4 Purchasing Procedure
3-5 Disposition of Public Real Property
3-6 Disposition of City Property for a Public Purpose
3-7 Utilization of City Property for Revenue Producing Activities
3-8 Use of City Property for Film or Tape Production Activity
3-9 City Parks and Recreational Areas [Former Article 3-9 Repealed by Ord. 205-88]
3-10 Definitions

CHAPTER 4 POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS
4-1 Police Department
4-2 Fire Department
4-3 Fire Code
4-4 Municipal Ambulance Service
4-5 Fireworks

CHAPTER 5 MAGISTRATE
5-1 Magistrate Court Established; Jurisdiction
5-2 Presiding Officer
5-3 Proceedings of Court
5-4 Administrative Fees

CHAPTER 6 ANIMAL CONTROL
6-1 Definitions
6-2 Vicious Animals
6-3 Dogs
6-4 Cats
6-5 Livestock
6-6 General Impound and Enforcement
6-7 Quarantine
6-8 Cruelty / Neglect / Abandonment
6-9 Animal Violation Fines and Fees

CHAPTER 7 BUILDING
7-1 Building Code
7-2 Electric Code
7-3 Mechanical Code
7-4 Adoption of the International Plumbing Code and International Fuel Gas Code
7-5 Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings
7-6 Building Official
7-7 [Repealed by Ord. 543-09]

CHAPTER 8 BUSINESS
8-1 Solicitors
8-2 Model Sales Tax Code
8-3 Business Registration and Regulation
8-4 [Repealed by Ord. 186-87]

CHAPTER 9 HEALTH, SAFETY AND SANITATION
9- 1 Public Nuisance and Property Maintenance
9- 2 Garbage Collection
9- 3 Intentionally Left Blank (Repealed by Ordinance 593- 12)
9- 4 Intentionally Left Blank ( Repealed by Ordinance 593- 12)
9- 5 Regulation of Solid Fuel Burning Devices

CHAPTER 10 OFFENSES
10-1 Offenses
10-2 Graffiti

CHAPTER 11  INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK [REPEALED BY ORD. 600-13]

CHAPTER 12 TRAFFIC
12-1 Administration
12-2 Traffic Control
12-3 Parking
12-4 Dynamic Braking Devices

CHAPTER 13  INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK [REPEALED BY ORD. 600-13]

CHAPTER 14 AIRPORT RULES AND REGULATIONS
14-1 Definitions
14-2 General Operations
14-3 Conduct of Public Users
14-4 Aircraft Operations; Landings and Take Offs
14-5 Aircraft Traffic and Taxi Patterns; Procedures
14-6 Vehicle, Bicycle, Pedestrian Traffic, and Parking
14-7 Safety
14-8 Commercial Activities
14-9 Aircraft Fees
14-10 Leases; Special Use Permit; Minimum Standards
14-11 Airport Board; Members; Duties

RESOLUTION NO. 37

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF PAGE, ARIZONA, DECLARING AS A PUBLIC RECORD THAT CERTAIN DOCUMENT FILED WITH THE CLERK AND ENTITLED "THE CODE OF PAGE, ARIZONA, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF PAGE, ARIZONA:

THAT certain document entitled "THE CODE OF PAGE, ARIZONA", three copies of which are on file in the office of the clerk, is hereby declared to be a public record, and said copies are ordered to remain on file with the clerk.

WHEREAS, it is necessary for the preservation of the peace, health and safety of Page, Arizona, an emergency is declared to exist, and this resolution shall be effective immediately upon its passage and adoption.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE Mayor and Common Council of Page, Arizona, this twenty-third day of February, 1976.

APPROVED this twenty-third day of February, 1976, by the affirmative vote of three fourths of the members of the Common Council of Page, Arizona.

/s/ L. K. O’Neill
Mayor

ATTEST: /s/ Jimmie W. Frost
Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM: /s/ Charles W. Stoddard
Attorney

ORDINANCE NO. 8

AN ORDINANCE OF PAGE, ARIZONA, ADOPTING "THE CODE. OF PAGE, ARIZONA" BY REFERENCE, PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF PAGE, ARIZONA:

Section 1: That certain document, known as "The Code of Page, Arizona", three copies of which are on file in the office of the clerk of Page, Arizona, which document was made a public record by Resolution No. 37 of Page, Arizona is hereby referred to, adopted and made a part thereof as if fully set out in this ordinance.

Section 2: Any person found guilty of violating any provision of this code shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not to exceed three hundred dollars or by imprisonment for a period not to exceed three months, or both such fine and imprisonment. Each day that a violation continues shall be a separate offense punishable as herein above described.

Section 3: All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance or any part of the code adopted herein by reference, are hereby repealed.

Section 4: If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase or portion of this ordinance or any part of the code adopted herein by reference, is for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by the decision of any court of competent jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions thereof.

Section 5: Whereas, it is necessary for the preservation of the peace, health> and safety of Page, Arizona, an emergency is declared to exist, and this ordinance shall become immediately operative and in force from and after the date of posting hereof.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Mayor and Common Council of Page, Arizona, this twenty-third day of February, 1976.

APPROVED this twenty-third day of February, 1976, by the affirmative vote of three fourths of the members of the Common Council of Page, Arizona.

/s/ L. K. O’Neill
Mayor

ATTEST: /s/ Jimmie W. Frost
Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM: /s/ Charles W. Stoddard
Attorney Attorney

 

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