Town of Grand Chute, WI
Outagamie 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
Animals
§ 57-21— Special charges for current services. Ch 197— Animals 197-1{1}— Definitions. 197-1{2}— Definitions. 197-1{4}— Definitions. 197-1{5}— Definitions. 197-1{6}— Definitions. 197-1{7}— Definitions. 197-1{8}— Definitions. 197-1{11}— Definitions. 197-1{12}— Definitions. 197-1{13}— Definitions. 197-1{15}— Definitions. 197-1{16}— Definitions. 197-1{17}— Definitions. 197-1{21}— Definitions. § 197-2— Enforcement; violations and penalties. § 197-3— Animal care. § 197-4— Abuse of animals; cruelty to animals; fighting animals § 197-5— Abandonment. § 197-6— Report of vehicle striking animal. § 197-7— Poisoning. § 197-8— Maintenance of pens and enclosures. § 197-9— Removal of animal waste. § 197-10— Restraint; nuisance animals. § 197-11— Impoundment of animals. § 197-12— Maximum number of animals. § 197-13— Record of sales for pet shops and animal dealers. § 197-14— Animals prohibited at special events. § 197-16— Rabies vaccination for dogs, cats, and ferrets; exemptions. § 197-17— Report of animal bites and scratches. § 197-18— Confinement of animal involved in bite or scratch incident. § 197-22— Application. § 197-23— Issuance; fee. § 197-25— License year; proration of fee. § 197-26— Late fee. § 197-31— Unlawful use. § 197-32— Revocation. Ch 197 Art IV— Wild Animals § 197-33— Keeping for exhibition purposes; keeping as pet. Ch 197 Art V— Dangerous Animals § 197-35— Procedure for declaring animal dangerous. § 197-36— Harboring dangerous animals. § 197-37— Certain animals not to be declared dangerous. § 197-38— Prohibited dangerous animals. 317-3{8}— Definitions and word usage. Ch 398— Nuisances § 398-2— Public nuisances defined. 398-3A{5}— Chronic nuisances. Ch 409— Parks and Recreation § 409-2— Offenses within parks. Ch 415— Peace and Good Order 423-4{5}— Definitions. § 440-3— Prohibited acts; connection to public sewer required. § 440-6— Use of public sewers. § 456-7— Cleanup deposit. § 456-8— Permit conditions. § 463-19— Performance standards. § 520-2— License required; unlawful disposal. § 520-10— Garbage, rubbish and ash disposal from residential property. 520-10A{1}— Garbage, rubbish and ash disposal from residential property. 535-11{11}— Definitions. 535-11{39}— Definitions. 535-105{17}— Definitions. § 535-108— Special exception permit signs. § 535-109— Billboards/off-premises advertising signs. § DT-1— Derivation Table of 1997 Code to 2011 Code § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Appeals
§ 57-9— Town Board actions after hearing. § 57-13— Appealed assessments payable when due. § 57-20— Recapturing of special assessments for completed work. § 150-3— Presiding officer. § 185-4— Appeal of false alarm fee. § 220-2— Applicability. § 224-6— Administration and enforcement. § 259-10— Appeal. § 275-8— Permitting requirements, procedures and fees. § 275-13— Appeals. § 291-6— Extended fire-suppression services. § 291-13— Appeals process. § 315-8— Complaints seeking suspension, revocation, and nonrenewal of license. § 315-10— Appeal process; notice of hearing. § 315-11— Effective date of decision; posting of notice. § 317-13— Enforcement; service of notices and orders; hearings. § 330-8— Appeals. § 335-9— Revocation and suspension of licenses. § 335-21— Entertainment in licensed establishments operating sexually oriented businesses. § 382-4— Licenses for operation of mobile home parks. § 398-3— Chronic nuisances. § 440-28— Violations and penalties; enforcement. § 440-29— Appeal of notice of violation. § 440-30— Enforcement measures after appeal. § 456-10— Appeal procedure. § 463-10— Appeals. § 463-20— Permitting requirements, procedures and fees. § 463-26— Appeals. § 468-2— Road, sidewalk and alley excavations and openings. § 475-21— Design of site. § 497-5— Obstruction of intersections or traffic signs. § 497-9— Appeals. § 515-4— Parking, stopping and standing regulated. § 535-6— Interpretation of district boundaries. § 535-22— Interpretation and organization. § 535-64— Home occupations. § 535-67— Duties and powers of Zoning Administrator. § 535-89— Appeals. Ch 535 Art XII— Board of Appeals § 535-92— Establishment of Board of Appeals. § 535-95— Appeals. § 535-96— Variances. § 535-98— Public hearings. § 535-100— Appeals from Board decisions. § 535-103— Fees.
Assessments
§ 1-15— Ordinances saved from repeal. § 1-19— Use of citations. § 16-3.1— Alternative forms of sworn testimony at Board of Review hearings. § 28-4— Collection and return of forfeitures. Ch 57 Art II— Special Assessments and Charges § 57-5— Authority to levy special assessments. § 57-6— Resolution and report required. § 57-7— Costs to be paid by special assessment. § 57-8— Notice of proposed or approved project. § 57-9— Town Board actions after hearing. § 57-10— Combined assessments. § 57-11— Reconsideration of assessment. § 57-12— Reduction or refund. § 57-13— Appealed assessments payable when due. § 57-14— Lien on property; collection and penalties. § 57-15— Reassessment; waiver of notice and hearing. § 57-16— Method of payment. § 57-17— Costs of improvements. § 57-18— Culs-de-sac, irregular lots and triangular parcels. § 57-19— Maintenance of streets. § 57-20— Recapturing of special assessments for completed work. § 185-3— Fees for false alarms. § 185-4— Appeal of false alarm fee. § 197-26— Late fee. § 220-31— Plumbing. § 275-8— Permitting requirements, procedures and fees. § 291-4— Fire inspections. 310-1{2}— Definitions. § 310-6— Site access. Ch 315— Hotels and Motels 315-2{7}— Definitions. § 315-9— Grounds for denial, suspension, revocation or nonrenewal of license. § 330-4— Public facilities needs assessment. § 330-9— Types of impact fees. § 330-11— Dedication of land in lieu of impact fees. § 335-4— License restrictions. § 335-9— Revocation and suspension of licenses. § 398-3— Chronic nuisances. § 398-5— Depositing of snow on public rights-of-way. § 398-11— Vacant lots. § 398-14— Recovery of abatement costs. § 398-17— Smoking ban. § 409-3— Use regulations. § 415-16— Truancy and habitual truancy. Ch 440— Sewers § 440-9— Water meters on private wells; connection and user charges. § 440-12— Sewer main assessment procedure. § 440-15— Service availability charge. § 440-28— Violations and penalties; enforcement. 456-1{4}— Definitions. 463-4{3}— Definitions. 463-4{17}— Definitions. § 463-5— District authority. § 463-6— Rates and charges. § 463-8— Billing and terms of payment. § 463-10— Appeals. § 463-11— Violations and penalties. § 463-12— Sanitary District No. 3 Fund; annual budget. § 463-20— Permitting requirements, procedures and fees. § 468-5— Encroachments and construction in Town right-of-way. § 468-7— Sidewalks. § 468-9— New Town roads. § 475-15— Preliminary and final plats. § 475-21— Design of site. § 475-29— Sewage disposal. § 475-30— Stormwater drainage facilities. § 497-7— Tree disease nuisances. § 515-4— Parking, stopping and standing regulated. § 515-8— Violations and penalties. § 515-9— Enforcement. § 520-10— Garbage, rubbish and ash disposal from residential property. Ch 523— Water § 523-35— Cross-connection control and backflow prevention. § 523-37— Connection to water system. § 523-41— Water main extensions. § 523-42— Water main assessment procedure. § 523-43— Initial user contribution charge for multiunit dwellings. § 523-48— Well abandonment. 535-11{35}— Definitions. § 535-51— Common open space. § 535-104— Purpose. § 535-119— Special exception permits. § DT-1— Derivation Table of 1997 Code to 2011 Code