City of Centralia, MO
Boone County
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# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Abandoned refrigerators
Advertising
§ 3-18 — Ordinance violations by licensee or employees concerning operation of licensed premises or concerning conduct of persons upon licensed premises. § 8.1-4 — Discrimination — in sale or rental of housing. § 8.1-7 — Same — exemptions. § 9-43 — Enhanced Enterprise Zone — qualified businesses — requirements to abate property taxes. § 11-3 — Sale from streets and other public property prohibited — manner in which fireworks must be sold. 16-26{1} — Definitions. § 18-57 — Impoundment and sale; disposition of proceeds; recovery of vehicle or proceeds by owner. § 20-14 — Destruction, etc., of public notices, copies of laws, etc. 20-17.1A{6} — Distribution of printed materials. § 20-26 — False, misleading, etc., advertising. 20-35.3B{2} — Unlawful possession or use of drug paraphernalia. § 20-39.1 — Posting of showcards, signs, etc.,  on  public  property  and  utility poles. § 20.1-4 — Same — standards for issuance. § 22-17 — Recruitment for promotion. § 26-100 — City may construct when no bids received; apportionment of cost; issuance of tax bill; City not liable in court actions. § 29-1 — Permit required for billboards and advertising signs. § 29-2 — Same — application. § 30-51 — Special assessment procedure for sidewalks. § 30-52 — Alternate special assessment procedure for sidewalks. 31-1{56} — Definitions. § 31-19 — Use regulations. § 31-23 — Use regulations. § 31-24 — Height, yard, area and sign regulations. § 31-25 — Use regulations. § 31-27 — Use regulations. § 31-36 — Use regulations.
Alcoholic beverages
Ch 3 — Alcoholic Beverages § 3-1 — Definitions applicable to this Chapter and other designated Chapters and Sections. 3-1{1} — Definitions applicable to this Chapter and other designated Chapters and Sections. § 3-2 — Possession of unlawfully manufactured alcoholic beverages illegal. § 3-3 — Prohibitions against selling, supplying or possessing alcoholic beverages, concerning minors, intoxicated persons and habitual drunkards; presumption concerning contents of sealed alcoholic beverage containers. § 3-4 — City alcoholic beverage licenses. § 3-6 — License applicant qualifications and other requirements to apply for license — in general. § 3-12 — Procedure to submit license application; consideration by City Clerk to approve license application. § 3-13 — Applicability of chapter to druggists and physicians. § 3-14 — Granting of license; license tax — duration and non-proration; terms of license. § 3-15 — License and licensee — change of information or facts; license transfer to other premises; reporting violations and license revocations and suspensions. § 3-16 — Transfer of license to other persons, when allowed; withdrawal of partner from partnership granted license. § 3-17 — Renewal of license — application requirements. § 3-18 — Ordinance violations by licensee or employees concerning operation of licensed premises or concerning conduct of persons upon licensed premises. § 3-19 — Convictions and law violations-when such may not be sole cause for suspending, revoking, refusing to renew or refusing to grant license. Ch 16 — Licenses § 16-1 — Required generally; exceptions. § 16-3 — Separate license required for each business; exception. § 16-10 — Schedule of fees. § 16-21.1 — Revocation, suspension or non-renewal of licenses; procedure. § 20-10.1 — Consumption of alcoholic beverages on public property. § 21-11 — Alcoholic beverages prohibited. § 22-136 — Legal drugs and alcohol. Ch 31 — Zoning § 31-25 — Use regulations. § 31-27 — Use regulations. § 31-29 — Use regulations.
Animals
§ 2-22 — Power to regulate conditions for health and to abate nuisances. Ch 4 — Animals and Fowl § 4-1 — Running at large prohibited. § 4-2 — Animal abuse or neglect. § 4-3 — Exceptions to Section 4-2. § 4-4 — Impounding by City — duty of officers; unsafe animals may be killed. § 4-5 — Impoundment — redemption of animals other than dogs or cats. § 4-6 — Impounding — disposition of unclaimed animals. § 4-8 — Disposal of dead animals and fowl. § 4-9 — Use of sales barns; provision for stock shows and fairs. § 4-9.1 — Sale of exotic animals prohibited. § 4-16 — Offenses involving tags. § 4-17 — Tags — nontransferable. § 4-19 — Impoundment — generally. § 4-20 — Redemption of impounded dogs and cats. § 4-21 — Release of impounded dogs and cats. § 4-22 — Disposition of unclaimed dogs and cats. § 4-25 — Keeping of barking, etc., dogs or cats; responsibility of owner to prevent dog or cat from damaging property or biting, etc., persons. § 4-26 — Unlawful acts involving pound; hindrance of officer in discharge of duty. § 4-26.2 — Teasing or aggravating a dog or cat. § 4-28 — Officer procedure when a dog or cat is injuring a person or domestic animal when impoundment of dog or cat is being attempted. § 4-29 — Procedure when dog or cat bites, injures or attacks any person or domestic animal. § 4-30 — Number of dogs and cats allowed at residence. § 4-31 — Penalty for violating provisions of Articles I or II. § 4-32 — Designation of dangerous dog — defined. § 4-34 — Requirements for owner of dog designated a dangerous dog. § 4-35 — Procedure when dangerous dog bites, injures or attacks any person or domestic animal. § 4-36 — Penalties for violation of dangerous dog article. § 4-37 — Circumstances when a dog shall be required to comply with certain requirements. § 4-39 — Requirements for owners of certain dogs to follow. § 5-15 — Conditions declared detrimental and public nuisance. § 5-29 — Amendments to the National Electrical Code/2011 Edition. § 10-13 — Burning of combustible materials restricted. § 12-6 — Standards for floodplain development permit. 13-1{9} — Definitions. 13-6{6} — Definitions. 13-6{13} — Definitions. § 13-7 — Storage in adequate containers. Ch 14 Art I — In General § 18-18 — Construction of vehicles for transporting dead animals. § 18-25 — Throwing, etc., certain objects on streets prohibited. § 18-37 — Livestock trucks. § 19-2 — What deemed and declared to be nuisances. § 20-13 — Dead animals, etc. — placing in wells, drinking fountains, etc. § 20-30 — Fighting chickens, dogs, etc. § 20-34 — Horses, etc. — running through streets, etc.; riding or leading on sidewalk. § 20-48 — Wild animals — transportation through City uncaged. § 20.1-3 — Same — application. § 20.1-4 — Same — standards for issuance. § 20.1-12 — Public conduct during parades. 23-1{6} — Definitions. § 24-19 — Duty to keep streets and alleys clear; abatement of nuisances. 26-71{35} — Definitions. § 26-77 — Prohibited deposits in sanitary sewerage system. § 30.2-10 — General discharge prohibitions. Ch 31 — Zoning 31-1{45} — Definitions. § 31-27 — Use regulations.
Appeals
2-2{1} — Definitions. § 2-15 — Duties of Mayor as President of Board. § 2-53 — City Attorney — duties generally. § 2-55 — City Attorney — compensation. § 2-55.1 — City Prosecutor. § 4-33 — Designation of dangerous dog — procedure. § 4-38 — Procedures to be followed for making a determination of when a dog will be subject to the provisions of Section 4-39. § 5-20.4 — Appeal from order and determination of Mayor. § 5-27 — Amendments to the International Building Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-29 — Amendments to the National Electrical Code/2011 Edition. § 5-32 — Amendments to the International Plumbing Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-35 — Amendments to the International Mechanical Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-40 — Amendments to International Fire Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-43 — Amendments to the International Fuel Gas Code — 2012 Edition. § 10-15 — Appeals to Board of Aldermen; appeal to stay execution of order; procedure of board; appeals to courts. 12-1{7} — Definitions. § 12-7 — Floodplain management variance procedures. § 13-10 — Permits or licenses required to engage in collection business. § 16-16 — Application — refunds upon disapproval; engaging in business during appeal prohibited. § 16-22 — License tax — imposed; amount. § 20.1-6 — Same — appeals from denial. 22-2{4} — Definitions. § 22-60 — Probationary employees. § 22-62 — Personnel Board of Review. § 22-63 — Appeals. § 22-96 — Grievance procedure. § 22-97 — Grievances for union employees. § 22-98 — Discrimination grievance. § 23-22 — Work in violation of Chapter to be corrected. § 26-129 — Pretreatment charges. § 29-4 — Same — refusal of officers to issue; appeal to Board of Aldermen. § 30-34 — Review by Board of Aldermen. § 30.2-18 — Charges and fees generally. § 31-16 — Group housing projects. § 31-62 — Powers and duties generally. § 31-63 — Appeal to board from decision of officer. § 31-64 — Appeal from decision of board to court.
Appointments
1-2{12} — Definitions and rules of construction. § 2-3 — Prohibited acts by elected and  appointed  public  officials and employees. § 2-4 — Additional prohibited acts by certain elected and appointed officials and employees; exceptions. § 2-7 — Financial interest statement; who shall file; when; contents. § 2-13 — Membership; meetings generally; adjourned meetings; quorum. § 2-15 — Duties of Mayor as President of Board. § 2-24.1 — Compensation. § 2-25 — Officers enumerated. § 2-27 — Appointive officers to serve at pleasure of Mayor and Board of Aldermen; removal of appointive officers. § 2-28 — Officers to pay taxes; officers who are required to be residents. § 2-29 — Oath of office; bond generally. § 2-30 — Commission to be delivered. § 2-31 — Salaries. § 2-33 — Vacancies and suspensions. § 2-35 — Appointment and composition of standing committees. § 2-37 — Signing of commissions, approval of bonds, etc.; records. § 2-40 — Authority to appoint certain officers; control of police. § 2-45 — Compensation. Ch 2 Art V — City Administrator § 2-46 — Office created; appointment; qualifications; powers and duties generally. § 2-50.1 — Director of Public Works and Public Utilities. § 2-51 — City Attorney — appointment; term. § 2-55 — City Attorney — compensation. § 2-55.1 — City Prosecutor. § 2-57 — Duties generally. § 2-58 — Compensation. § 2-59.1 — Deputy City Clerk. § 2-63 — Compensation. § 2-64 — Deputy Collector. § 2-65 — Appointment; term. § 2-70 — Appointment. § 2-71 — Oath — bond. Ch 2 Art XI — Planning and Zoning Commission § 2-77 — Composition; appointment of members; terms; compensation. § 2-78 — Election of officers; rules and regulations; quorum. 3-1{11} — Definitions applicable to this Chapter and other designated Chapters and Sections. § 4-23 — Code Enforcement Officer. § 5-26 — Definitions for and exemptions to International Building Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-27 — Amendments to the International Building Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-29 — Amendments to the National Electrical Code/2011 Edition. § 5-31 — Definitions for and exemptions to International Plumbing Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-32 — Amendments to the International Plumbing Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-34 — Definitions for and exemptions to International Mechanical Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-35 — Amendments to the International Mechanical Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-37 — Amendments to the International Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings — 2012 Edition. § 5-39 — Definitions for International Fire Code/2012 Edition. § 5-42 — Definitions for and exemptions to International Fuel Gas Code — 2012 Edition. § 5-43 — Amendments to the International Fuel Gas Code — 2012 Edition. § 6-4 — Appointment of Sexton. § 6-29 — Composition; appointment of members; filling of vacancies; compensation of members. § 6-31 — Powers and duties. § 7-2 — Same — functions. § 7-3 — Same — Emergency Management Director — appointment — responsibilities generally. § 7-7 — Oath to be taken by personnel. § 9-9 — Tax assessment — generally. § 9-26 — Delivery of tax book to City Collector. § 9-41 — Enhanced Enterprise Zone — Board of Commissioners. § 10-1 — Fire Department — established; composition. § 10-2 — Same — Fireman job description, duties of Fireman. § 10-4 — Same — appointment of Chief and selection of Assistant Chief; terms. § 10-5 — Same — duties of Chief; when Assistant Chief to assume duties; duties generally of Assistant Chief. § 14-1 — City Physician — appointment and qualifications. § 15-2 — Library board of trustees; appointment; composition; terms; removal; vacancies; compensation; who may not serve. § 18-2.1 — Municipal Ordinance Violation Bureau Clerk. § 21-13 — Appointment and qualifications — generally. § 21-15 — Terms; appointment of new directors; removal from office. § 21-16 — Vacancies; compensation of directors. § 21-17 — Organization; powers and duties; park fund. 22-2{4} — Definitions. 22-2{6} — Definitions. 22-2{8} — Definitions. 22-2{17} — Definitions. 22-2{27} — Definitions. § 22-4 — Scope. § 22-5 — Employee agreements. § 22-6 — Responsibilities. § 22-7 — Equal employment opportunity. § 22-8 — Labor actions. § 22-10 — Illegal acts. Ch 22 Art II — Recruitment and Appointments § 22-15 — Vacancies. § 22-18 — Residency. § 22-24 — Disqualification of applicants. § 22-25 — Consideration of police record. § 22-26 — Medical examination. § 22-28 — Eligibility file. § 22-29 — Appointments. § 22-30 — Priority of appointments. § 22-31 — Probationary appointments. § 22-31.1 — Qualifying period for  promoted,  transferred  or  demoted  employees. § 22-32 — Seasonal, part-time, temporary appointment. § 22-33 — Re-appointment. § 22-36 — Job classifications and descriptions. § 22-42 — Appointment rate. § 22-43 — (Reserved) § 22-45 — Standard work week — overtime. § 22-52 — Temporary promotion. § 22-54 — Demotions. § 22-55 — Discipline policy. § 22-57 — Causes for disciplinary action. § 22-65 — Separations. § 22-67 — Resignation. § 22-68 — Reduction in force. § 22-73 — Sick leave. § 22-74 — Injury and disability leave. § 22-80 — Leave without pay. § 22-110 — Residency status. § 22-114 — Political activities. § 22-115 — Employment of relatives. § 22-138 — Testing for drugs or alcohol. § 22-149 — Controlled substance and alcohol testing provisions. 23-1{1} — Definitions. § 23-15 — Sewage disposal — inspection; notice of violation; alterations by City; special tax bill against property. Ch 24 — Police § 24-1 — Composition — appointment of members — terms — removal — resignation — powers and duties generally — qualifications. § 24-1.1 — Dispatchers — at will employees — appointment procedure. § 24-3 — Chief of Police. § 24-4 — Organization and ranking of members — delegation of powers and duties of Chief of Police in his/her absence. § 24-5 — Compensation. 26-71{8} — Definitions. § 26-109 — Same — Commissioners may be appointed to determine compensation; apportionment and manner of payment; title to vest in City. § 30-15 — Creation and establishment of a City Tree Board. § 30-16 — Term of office. § 30-19 — Operation. § 31-59 — Established; composition; appointment; terms; organization; vacancies; removal of members. § 31-64 — Appeal from decision of board to court.
Assessments
1-2{7} — Definitions and rules of construction. § 1-7 — General penalty. § 1-8 — Working of prisoners; installment payment of fines. § 2-1 — Policy concerning meetings, records and votes (open meetings and records law). § 2-55 — City Attorney — compensation. § 2-55.1 — City Prosecutor. § 5-20.3 — Special tax bill and personal debt for cost of work by City. § 5-20.8 — Insurance proceeds for damage or loss to dangerous buildings. Ch 6 — Cemeteries Ch 9 Art II Div 2 — Assessment § 9-9 — Tax assessment — generally. § 9-30 — Statements of taxes due; receipts for taxes received by mail. § 9-31.1 — Application of property tax payments when delinquent property taxes are owed. § 9-34 — When Board of Aldermen may correct errors. § 9-35 — Taxes remaining unpaid deemed delinquent; taxes on real property constitute lien. § 9-36 — City Clerk to file delinquent list; preparation of back tax book. § 9-41 — Enhanced Enterprise Zone — Board of Commissioners. § 9-43 — Enhanced Enterprise Zone — qualified businesses — requirements to abate property taxes. § 12-5 — Floodplain development permit. § 13-5 — Owners of lots to remove weeds, etc.; notice and hearing; removal by City and taxing of costs against property. § 16-20 — Registration of persons engaging in interstate commerce. § 16-34 — Enforcement powers of City Clerk; power to adopt rules and regulations. § 18-4 — Removal and impoundment of vehicles obstructing, etc., traffic; recovery of same by owners; applicability of Section to private parking lots, etc. § 18-7.1 — Driving without a driver's license, riding motorcycle without protective headgear. § 18-9 — Disposition of "point offenses" upon completion of driver improvement program. § 18-16 — Passing school bus; compliance generally of school buses with certain regulations. § 18-42.2 — Seat belts required. § 19-5 — Same — costs and expenses — injunctive relief. 22-2{21} — Definitions. § 22-138 — Testing for drugs or alcohol. § 22-151 — Employment assessment. Ch 25 — Police Court (Municipal Court) Ch 26 — Public Utilities § 26-37 — Security lighting. § 26-64 — Same — notice to owner or occupant of property in front of or contiguous to proposed improvement; resolution fixing time for hearing, etc. § 26-66 — Same — same — work by City. 26-71{33} — Definitions. § 26-85 — Civil remedies for enforcement of Division. § 26-94 — Payment of cost of construction and disposal plants; effect of boundary changes. § 26-95 — Cost of improvements to be estimated; public notice. § 26-96 — Special assessments. § 26-97 — Special assessment rates. § 26-98 — Apportionment of cost; levy of tax; tax bills. § 26-99 — Tax bills — correction of errors; powers of court in actions on bills; attorney fee. § 26-102 — Joint district sewers. § 26-113 — Same — penalty. § 26-129 — Pretreatment charges. § 30-47 — Owners to keep sidewalks repaired. § 30-51 — Special assessment procedure for sidewalks. § 30-52 — Alternate special assessment procedure for sidewalks. § 30.1-3 — Provisions to be complied with before recording plat and sale of lots. § 30.1-11 — Final plat (for both major and minor subdivisions).