[CC 1996 § 500.010; Ord. No. 43 § 593]
[CC 1996 § 500.020; Ord. No. 43 § 594]
It shall be unlawful for any person, persons, firm or corporation to erect or cause to be erected any frame, wooden buildings, ironclad buildings, or wooden structures of any kind or character within the above fire limits as prescribed by Section 500.010 of this Article. Nor shall any person, persons, firm, copartnership or corporation move any frame, ironclad wooden buildings or wooden structures of any kind from without to within the above-prescribed fire limits, nor from one (1) place to another therein as prescribed and defined in Section 500.010 of this Article.
[CC 1996 § 500.030; Ord. No. 43 § 595]
This Article shall not be construed so as to prohibit the erection of brick or stone buildings with metal roofs within the limits described in Section 500.010 of this Article, nor shall it prevent the erection of wood or partitions within the walls of any such stone or brick buildings with metal roofs that may now be erected or that may hereafter be erected within the fire limits prescribed by this Article.
[CC 1996 § 500.040; Ord. No. 43 § 596]
It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police to visit any premises within the boundary lines of said fire limits and for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this Article and to use such force as may be necessary to prevent any violation of the same.
[CC 1996 § 500.050; Ord. No. 43 § 597]
Any person, persons, firm, copartnership or corporation who shall violate any of the provisions of this Article shall be deemed guilty of an ordinance violation, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined as set out in Section 100.220 of this Code, and in addition to such fine and costs, the Chief of Police of the City is hereby authorized and empowered to remove any frame, wooden or ironclad buildings erected in violation of this Article and the costs of such removal shall be paid by the person or persons who may own or control such buildings, and civil action may be brought by the Chief of Police in the name of the City for the costs of such removal in any court of competent jurisdiction.
[Ord. No. 11-11-01 § 1, 11-10-2011]
The Chief of the Fire Department of the City of Salisbury has authority to issue no-burn orders within the City limits when weather conditions require it for the safety of the citizens and their property. When so ordered, the Chief shall make reasonable efforts to notify the public of the existence of the no-burn order. The Chief shall further have authority to determine the duration of the no-burn order and to later rescind the order.
During the existence of a no-burn order, it shall be unlawful to have an open fire within the City, except as may be allowed upon specific permission granted by the Chief.
All construction in the City shall comply with the requirements of Sections 319.200 through 319.207, RSMo., and any amendments thereto, relating to earthquakes and seismic construction requirements.
[CC 1996 § 235.410; Ord. No. 83 §§ 1–4]
All persons, firms or corporations owning or occupying any building within the corporate limits of the City and used as a store, shop, office building, apartment house, hotel, theater, rooming house, boardinghouse, home, residence, or for any other business, avocation or purpose whatsoever, shall within twenty-four (24) hours after the passage and approval of this regulation, place and keep upon or adjacent to the street door or doors or street entrance or entrances the street number of each such building entrance or door in legible and conspicuous figures.
Each such number shall read in accordance with the following system: Buildings or entrances upon the east side of streets running north and south shall be designate by odd numbers, and buildings or entrances upon the west side of streets running north and south shall be designated by even numbers. Said numbers shall increase in denomination from each building or entrance to the next building or entrance, starting at Front Street and continuing both north and south on streets intersecting or entering Front Street. In like manner, buildings or entrances fronting upon the north side of streets running east and west shall be designated by odd numbers, and buildings or entrances upon the south side of streets running east and west shall be designated by even numbers. Said numbers shall increase in denomination from each building or entrance to the next building or entrance, starting from Broadway and continuing both east and west on streets intersecting or entering Broadway. In each or such numbers, the last two (2) whole figures shall have reference to the nearest street running between that building or entrance and the street hereinabove designated as the starting point upon which that number is based. The preceding figure or figures shall have reference to the distance measured or expressed in City blocks between said nearest street and the street hereinabove designated as the starting point upon which that number is based; for example, the number upon the entrance upon the east side of Broadway nearest to Second Street would be 201, and would therefore indicate that the location of that entrance is "201 South Broadway." Likewise, the second entrance east of Broadway upon the north side of Second Street should be numbered "2" and would therefore indicate that the location of that entrance is "2 East Second Street." Provided, however, that where a street does not continue the entire distance between the corporate limits, the location and existence of that street shall be taken into consideration in numbering entrances upon blocks within the line of direction of that street but not divided by that street, and the numbering upon such entrances shall be altered to correspond with the location of such street. For example, the number of the building entrance upon lot two (2) of the block west of Broadway between Fourth and Sixth Streets would be 508 even though the entrance upon the southeast corner of Broadway and Fourth Street would be numbered 402.
Nothing contained in this Section shall be construed as intended to change, alter, or affect in any manner the mode of description of real estate used in conveyances, leases, other legal documents or instruments, or tax lists or to repeal, alter or affect in any manner any previous map, plan, plat, law, charter or ordinance relating to description of real estate for title or tax purposes.
Anyone failing or refusing to comply with this Section shall be deemed guilty of an ordinance violation, and upon conviction be fined in the sum of one dollar ($1.00) and costs.
[CC 1996 § 235.420; Ord. No. 174 §§ 1–2, 10-6-1947]
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to locate, build, construct, use, occupy, operate, maintain any filling station, garage or bulk or wholesale station handling gas and oil products in any block within the corporate limits of the City of Salisbury used exclusively for residence purposes.
Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Section shall be fined in a sum not less than one dollar ($1.00) and not more than two hundred dollars ($200.00), and each day's violation of this Section shall be a separate offense.