City of Coatesville, PA
Chester County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Council of the City of Coatesville 10-10-1989 by Ord. No. 845-89 as Ch. 32 of the 1989 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Sewers — See Ch. 185.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 193.
Subdivisions and land development — See Ch. 197.
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
Any portion of the city where there are no ordained streets and no sanitary sewer or storm sewer lines installed at the time of the adoption of this chapter.
The City of Coatesville does hereby establish the following policies as to streets, sanitary sewer and storm sewer improvements in undeveloped areas of the city:
Sanitary sewers shall be constructed by the developer at his or her own expense in accordance with approved plans and specifications of the city, and upon connection with the existing sanitary sewer system of the city, shall become the property of the city.
Storm sewers, if required, shall be constructed by the developer at his or her own expense in accordance with plans and specifications approved by the city and subject to inspection by the city. Upon connection with the storm sewer system of the city, they shall become the property of the city.
Streets. The developer shall pay for and construct curbs and sidewalks upon such lines and grades as are approved by the City Engineer and in accordance to specifications established by the city. The developer shall also, at his or her own expense, construct the street or streets in accordance with the city's specifications, before the street or streets are ordained.
Extension of sewer lines outside the boundaries of the city shall be done in the manner and upon such terms as City Council may by ordinance establish, but in no event shall any part of said cost be borne by the city.
Nothing contained herein shall be construed to invalidate or alter existing agreements made and executed between the city and any other municipality or private developer.