[CC 1974 §24-3; Rev. Ords. 1929, No. 26 §19]
It shall be deemed unlawful for any person to erect or cause to be erected any stairway on the outside of any building leading to an upper story in such a manner as to occupy any part of or overhang or obstruct or interfere with the free use by the public of any public sidewalk or part thereof; nor shall any person so construct or excavate for any areaway, cellarway or stairway leading to any cellar or basement, or other place, or lay or cause to be laid, any doorstep which shall extend into, take up or interfere with the free and entire use of any part of any public sidewalk of the City.
[Ord. No. 1873, 5-14-2003]
On a corner lot in any district, development shall conform to the requirements of the sight triangle in which nothing shall be erected, placed, planted or allowed to grow in such a manner as to materially impede vision between a height of two (2) feet and eight (8) feet above the street grade at the back of the curb, or paving if no curb exists, of the intersecting streets, within the triangular area formed by the curb or paving lines and line connecting them at points fifteen (15) feet from the point of intersection. No wall, terrace, fence or hedge may be erected or maintained which is determined to obstruct vision when entering a street or interferes with the sight distance triangle.
[Ord. No. 2430 § 1, 5-9-2017]
Anytime a Street, Sidewalk, Alley, Ditch, or Curb is installed or replaced; it must conform to the current addition of the Kansas City Metropolitan Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) standard specifications and design criteria as provided on file in the Office of the City Clerk, Public Works Department and Community Development Department.
[CC 1974 §24-10; Ord. No. 378 §§1 — 3, 12-5-1973; Ord. No. 1403 §2, 6-27-1990]
Whenever any driveway, passageway, throughway or method of ingress and egress shall be constructed over any ditch, drain, depression in the ground or other such passageway through which water can, should or may flow, drainage tile and/or pipe as required by this Section shall be placed in such ditch below the surface of such driveway in a manner and under such a procedure as will allow for the free passage of water through such tile and/or pipe.
For drainage within the corporate limits of the City, reinforced concrete tile, metal tile, culvert, pipe or plastic tile meeting the specifications of the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department shall be used for such drainage as may be required for such project. It is expressly prohibited to use any drainage tile and/or pipe not meeting the requirements of the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department specifications.