City of Pagedale, MO
St. Louis County
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Section 210.680 Erection or Maintenance of Barbed Wire or Electrically Charged Fences.

[CC 2000 §210.620]
A. 
It shall be unlawful for any person to erect or maintain or for any property owner or occupant to allow to be erected or maintained on any property within the City any fence equipped with or having barbed wire, spikes or any similar device or any electrical charge sufficient to cause an electric shock.
B. 
It shall, however, not be unlawful under this Section to maintain a barbed wire fence so long as said barbed wire is at least six (6) feet above the ground and at least one (1) foot within the property line of the owner's or occupant's property and so long as said property is located within an industrial or business zoning classification.

Section 210.690 Fortunetellers, Clairvoyants, Necromancers, Etc.

[CC 2000 §210.650; CC 1990 §205.130; Ord. No. 337 §3, 2-9-1967; Ord. No. 526 §1, 3-13-1975]
A. 
No person shall pursue or practice within the City the vocation, profession or art of fortuneteller, clairvoyant, spirit medium, necromancer, seer, astrologist, divination, or pretended art of telling past events of another's life or others' lives or affairs; or in anywise revealing things of the past or the future of a secret or hidden nature; of giving advice or assistance in matters of business or affairs of any other kind or nature by means of such art; or by purporting so to tell, foretell, reveal or give advise or assistance by means of such art; and no person shall so pursue or practice within the City such vocations or professions, or any of them, whether for a price or gratuity, or whether by offer upon request. The maintenance, display, posting or advertisement, or the causing to be maintained, displayed, posted or advertised, or any sign, card, bill or announcement of any kind whatever indicating the pursuit or practice of any such vocation, profession or art aforesaid, or indicating an offer to render service in such pursuit or practice shall, upon proof thereof, be sufficient evidence against the person so maintaining, displaying, posting or advertising, or so causing the same to be done, of a violation of this Section.
B. 
The provisions of this Section shall not apply, so as to prohibit the practice of palmistry, to any person, partnership, firm or corporation or their agents or employees licensed by the City to conduct palmistry prior to and on February 9, 1967, at any location or locations, and who does not fail to renew said license on or before the date of its expiration.

Section 210.700 Prohibited Hours for Moving Without Permit.

[CC 2000 §210.660; CC 1990 §510.290; Ord. No. 704 §1, 5-14-1981]
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to move or assist in moving to or from any dwelling unit between the hours of sunset and sunup, unless a permit to do so is secured from the Building Commissioner of the City of Pagedale, Missouri.

Section 210.710 Invasion of Privacy.

[CC 2000 §210.670]
A. 
Definitions. As used in this Section, the following words and/or phrases shall have the meanings ascribed to them herein:
FULL OR PARTIAL NUDITY
The showing of all or any part of the human genitals or pubic area or buttock, or any part of the nipple of the breast of any female person, with less than a fully opaque covering.
PHOTOGRAPHS or FILMS
The making of any photograph, motion picture film, videotape, or any other recording or transmission of the image of a person.
PLACE WHERE A PERSON WOULD HAVE A REASONABLE EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY
Any place where a reasonable person would believe that a person could disrobe in privacy, without being concerned that the person's undressing was being viewed, photographed or filmed by another.
PRIOR INVASION OF PRIVACY OFFENDER
A person who previously has pleaded or been found guilty of the offense of invasion of privacy.
SAME COURSE OF CONDUCT
More than one (1) person has been filmed in full or partial nudity under the same or similar circumstances pursuant to one scheme or course of conduct, whether at the same or different times.
VIEWS
The looking upon of another person, with the unaided eye or with any device designed or intended to improve visual acuity for the purpose of arousing or gratifying the sexual desire of any person.
B. 
Invasion Of Privacy. A person commits the offense of invasion of privacy if he/she knowingly views, photographs or films another person, without that person's knowledge and consent, while the person being viewed, photographed or filmed is in a state of full or partial nudity and is in a place where he/she would have a reasonable expectation of privacy.

Section 210.720 Playing and Walking in Streets.

[CC 2000 §210.680; CC 1990 §205.070; Ord. No. 505 §1(P), 7-11-1974; Ord. No. 884 §§2 — 3, 4-13-1989]
A. 
It shall be unlawful for any person to play on or in, stand or remain idle either alone and/or in consort with others on any public street, public highway or public alley.
B. 
Any person walking in, on or across any public street, public highway or public alley must keep himself/herself in a safe place or on a sidewalk until such time as vehicles approaching from the front, rear or side have passed.

Section 210.730 Impeding of Pedestrian or Vehicular Traffic.

[CC 2000 §210.685; Ord. No. 1170 §1, 10-14-1999]
No person or persons shall sell or offer for sale any merchandise or goods, display any sign or pictures, participate in or conduct any exhibition, demonstrate, meet or gather on any public sidewalk, alley or street in a manner that attracts or results in a gathering of persons or the slowing or stopping of motor vehicles which results or is likely to result in impeding the otherwise normal flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.

Section 210.740 Accumulations of Newspapers, Circulars, Etc., Outside of Structures.

[CC 2000 §210.690; Ord. No. 893 §§1 — 2, 6-8-1989]
No owner or occupier of any commercial or residential structure within the City limits of the City of Pagedale shall allow or permit any printed material, advertisements, newspapers or circulars to accumulate outside of and on such structure. For purposes of enforcement of this Section, owner and/or occupier of said structure and the surrounding premises shall be guilty of a violation hereof if more than five (5) pieces of circulated written material accumulate at one time. The entire edition of any newspaper, rather than each page thereof, shall constitute one (1) piece of circulated printed material. The additional accumulation of each said piece of circulated printed material beyond the five (5) piece limit stated above shall be deemed a separate violation.

Section 210.750 Limitations on Barbecue or Outdoor Cooking.

[CC 2000 §210.700; Ord. No. 986 §§1 — 2, 7-27-1992]
A. 
Subject to certain exceptions mentioned herein, all persons must conduct barbecue cooking or outdoor cooking at the rear of the building line of any single-family dwelling, multi-family dwelling or commercial structure.
B. 
In the event that a residential dwelling does not have a rear yard, then outdoor cooking or barbecue cooking shall only be permitted on national holidays, subject to the following conditions:
1. 
At no time shall any outdoor cooking barbecue grill or apparatus be done on the front porch or balcony. No more than two (2) persons will be permitted to attend the barbecue unit or cooking apparatus per dwelling unit.
2. 
No alcoholic beverage may be visible within one hundred fifty (150) feet of the barbecue unit or outdoor cooking apparatus.
3. 
No loud music or other loud noises of any sort will be permitted.
4. 
Any exceptions granted herein notwithstanding, all barbecue or outdoor cooking units shall be conducted in the rear yard of any residential or commercial property and said units must be stored in the rear yard or in an enclosed building.

Section 210.760 Storage Containers, Pods, Dumpster Roll Off, Etc., on Private and Public Property.

[Ord. No. 1356 §§1 — 3, 12-14-2006]
A. 
Storage Containers In Residential Zoning Districts. Portable moving and storage, on-site movable storage container or mini-storage and relocation devices, also known as PODS are permitted in a residential zoning districts under the provisions of this Section. Not more than one (1) such device shall be allowed per residential lot. Devices shall not have dimensions that exceed sixteen (16) feet by eight (8) feet by eight (8) feet. In no instance shall the device be placed in the public right-of-way or easements. The use of mini-storage and relocation devices shall not exceed ten (10) days unless due cause for an extension of time can be demonstrated. For good cause shown, one (1) ten (10) day extension may be granted.
B. 
Roll-Off Trash Containers In Residential Districts. Portable temporary roll-off trash containers or dumpsters are permitted in residential zoning districts under the provisions of this Section. Not more than one (1) such container shall be allowed per residential lot. Containers shall not have a capacity greater than twenty (20) cubic yards. In no instance shall the container be placed in the public right-of-way or easements. The use of such containers shall not exceed ten (10) days unless due cause for an extension of time can be demonstrated. For good cause shown, one (1) ten (10) day extension may be granted.
C. 
Property owners shall obtain permit from City Hall to put storage containers, PODS, dumpster roll off, etc., on streets in case of no driveway or alley access.

Section 210.770 Unlawful to Wear Pants Below the Waist in Public.

[Ord. No. 1406 §§1 — 3, 10-9-2008]
A. 
It shall be unlawful for any person to appear in public wearing pants below the waist which expose the skin or undergarments.
B. 
Any person convicted of violating the provisions of this Section shall be punished by a fine not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100.00). Any violation of this Section shall be cited by Law Enforcement Officers by the issuance of a citation and summons to appear in the Municipal Courts of Pagedale, Missouri, and shall not, in and of itself, be grounds for an arrest or for a search of person cited.
C. 
Responsibility Of Parent. The parent, guardian or other adult person having the care and custody of a person under the age of seventeen (17) years shall not knowingly permit such person to violate this Section.
D. 
Notice To Parent. Any Police Officer finding any person under the age of seventeen (17) years violating the provisions of this Section shall warn such person to desist immediately from such violation and shall promptly report the violation to his/her superior officer, who shall cause a written notice to be served upon the parent, guardian or person in charge of such person, setting forth the manner in which this Section has been violated. Any parent, guardian or person in charge of such person who shall knowingly permit such person to violate the provisions of this Section, after receiving notice of the first (1st) violation, shall be guilty of an misdemeanor offense.
E. 
Service Of Notice. The written notice provided for herein may be served by leaving a copy thereof at the residence of such parent, guardian or person in charge of the person in violation of this Section with any person found at such residence over the age of seventeen (17) years, or by mailing such notice to the last-known address of such parent, guardian or person in charge of such person, wherever such person may be found.
F. 
Violation of this Section shall subject parents and guardians to punishment by fine up to five hundred dollars ($500.00) and/or incarceration of up to ninety (90) days.

Section 210.780 Fine Established for Property Owners Not Participating in Recycling Program.

[Ord. No. 1409 §§1 — 3, 12-13-2008]
A. 
Residents/households/dwellings and/or rental properties located in the City of Pagedale shall be responsible for participating in the Pagedale weekly recycling program by placing their recycling carts containing "recyclable materials" curbside for pickup each week.
B. 
If any resident/household/dwelling and/or rental property located in the City of Pagedale fails to comply with the Pagedale weekly recycling program as referenced above in Subsection (A) and is convicted of violating the provisions of this Section said resident/household/dwelling/rental property and/or business shall be punished by a fine not to exceed twelve dollars ($12.00).
C. 
Any violation of this Section shall be cited by Law Enforcement Officers by the issuance of a citation and summons to appear in the Municipal Court of Pagedale, Missouri, and shall not, in and of itself, be grounds for an arrest or for a search of person cited.

Section 210.790 Registration of Real Estate and Posting of Notice.

[Ord. No. 1428, 7-9-2009]
A. 
Any owner of an interest in real estate within the City which is for sale, exchange, lease or rental, or any real estate agent, broker or real estate agency having a listing agreement with said owner for said purposes shall be required to:
1. 
Register the address of the real estate with the City Clerk immediately after the real estate becomes available for sale, exchange, lease or rental and provide the City Clerk with the name of the owner and the real estate agent, and
2. 
Post and maintain a notice.
B. 
Provisions Of Notice. The notice shall be on forms available from and provided by the City and shall read substantially as follows:
WELCOME TO THE CITY OF PAGEDALE
Prior to occupancy in this residence the following requirements must be met:
1.
This residence must be inspected by the City of Pagedale Building Inspector and must comply with all Building Codes.
2.
An occupancy permit must be obtained for the City of Pagedale City Hall by the new occupant(s).
The Building Inspector's inspection report and application for occupancy permits are available at the City Hall.
The law requires this notice to remain on the premises until an occupancy permit is issued.
Any violation of these requirements is subject to penalties provided in the Municipal Code.
DO NOT REMOVE THIS NOTICE
C. 
Manner Of Posting Notice.
1. 
The notice shall be posted within three (3) days after the real estate becomes available to sale, exchange, lease or rental, or within twenty-four (24) hours after a real estate sign is displayed for said purpose, whichever is earlier.
2. 
The notice shall remain posted continuously until an occupancy permit is issued or the real estate is no longer available for sale, exchange, lease or rental.
3. 
The notice shall be placed between five (5) and six (6) feet high:
a. 
At the front door entrance of a single-family home; and
b. 
At the main building entrance and the front entrance to the residential unit of a multi-family dwelling.
D. 
Penalties.
1. 
It shall be unlawful for any person to alter or remove this notice.
2. 
It shall be unlawful for any owner of an interest in real estate which is for sale, exchange, lease or rental or any real estate agent, broker or real estate agency having a listing agreement with said owner for said purposes to:
a. 
Fail to timely register the address of the real estate with the City Clerk;
b. 
Fail to timely post or maintain a notice in the form and manner required.
3. 
Any person convicted of violating Subsections (A) and/or (B) of this Section shall be subject to a fine to a maximum of five hundred dollars ($500.00) and each day of violation shall constitute a separate offense.