City of Kirkwood, MO
St. Louis 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
Ch 4— Animals and Fowl § 4-1— Animal neglect, abuse and trespass. § 4-3— (Reserved) § 4-7— Livestock at large prohibited. 4-8{1}— Keeping livestock in stable, stockyard, or stockpen: definitions. § 4-9— Keeping livestock in stable, stockyard, or stockpen: location restrictions; limitations on number of animals permitted. § 4-10— Keeping livestock in stable, stockyard, or stockpen: conformity with other applicable ordinances. § 4-32— Quarantine for rabies protection authorized; duties of Director of Public Services; requirements. § 4-33— Animal waste removed by owner. § 4-35— Interfering with enforcing persons. 4-37{6}— Definitions. 4-37{9}— Definitions. 4-37{10}— Definitions. 4-37{13}— Definitions. 4-37{14}— Definitions. § 4-43— Reasons for impoundment. § 4-44— Manner of impoundment. § 4-45— Redemption. § 4-46— Quarantine of rabies suspects. § 4-47— Disposition of rabid animals. § 4-48— Notice to Director of Public Services of rabid animals. § 4-49— Clinical observation of animals which bite people or other animals. § 4-50— Right of entry for City personnel. § 4-51— Abandonment of rabies suspects. § 4-52— Dangerous dogs. § 4-55— Animals to be delivered to Director of Public Services. § 5-14— General technical requirements. § 5-72— Provisions for flood hazard reduction. 10-2{7}— Definitions. 10-2{11}— Definitions. § 10-6— Compost piles. 10-71{5}— Definitions. 13-235{2}— Definitions. § 13-237— Requirement as to horses and drivers. 14-1{41}— Definitions. § 14-3— Conformance to law required of persons riding animals, propelling pushcarts. § 16-2— Nuisances enumerated. Ch 17— Offenses, Miscellaneous § 17-54— Littering via carcasses. § 17-70— Conduct constituting disturbing noises. 17-167{10}— Definitions. § 18-4— Damaging park property or injuring wildlife. § 18-16— Animals. § 18-27— Fishing. § 18-29— Abandonment of animals. § 20-172— When fencing or warning lights required. § 23-84— Rates established. § 23-120.1— Water alert levels. § 23-127— Prevention of backflow.
Appeals
§ 2-51— Determination of questions of order; parliamentary rules adopted. § 2-230— Duties. § 2-232— City Prosecutor, Assistant Prosecutors; appointment. § 2-535— Powers and duties. § 2-537— Sign permit review. § 2-538— Multifamily residential building permit review. § 2-542— Nonresidential building permit review. § 2-589.3— Appeals to City Council; review. § 2-592— Market Master duties. § 2-594— Appeals. 2-631{3}— Definitions. § 3-3— License suspension or revocation. § 3-4— Hearing upon suspension or revocation of license. § 3-65— Issuance, renewal and extension of licenses. § 4-52— Dangerous dogs. § 5-1— Building Commissioner office created; duties. § 5-17— Appeals and variances. § 5-45— Appeals and variances. Ch 5 Art V— Appeals § 5-65— Board of Building Appeals. § 5-66— Manner of filing appeals; Building Commissioner to transmit records; fees. § 5-67— Appeals to stay proceedings; exceptions. § 5-68— Appeals from decision of Board of Building Appeals. § 5-73— Variance procedures. § 5-75— Amendments. 5-76{8}— Definitions. § 13-266— Issuance of license. § 15-16— Right of appeal. § 17-139— Prostitution houses deemed public nuisances. 17-167{5}— Definitions. 17-167{7}— Definitions. § 17-211— Unlawful to sell or distribute tobacco products, alternative nicotine products or vapor products to minors; vending machine requirements. § 18-49— Appeal from action of Director of Parks and Recreation. § I-E-120— Intent. § III-E-320— Civil Service Commission. § IV-E-440— Development And Allocation Of New Positions. § VII-E-790— Probationary Period. § VII-E-795— Dismissal During Probation. § VIII-E-830— Disability. § IX-E-930— Explanation Of Action; Appeal. § E-1010— Personal Sick Leave. Apx E Art XIII— Grievances, Complaints, And Appeals § XIII-E-1310— Procedures For Handling Grievances And Complaints.
Appointments
§ CHA-3.3— Mayor. § CHA-3.4— Prohibitions. § CHA-3.11— City Clerk. § CHA-3.12— Municipal Judge. § CHA-3.13— City Attorney. § CHA-4.1— Appointment and evaluation. § CHA-4.3— Acting Chief Administrative Officer. § CHA-4.4— Powers and duties of the Chief Administrative Officer. § CHA-5.2— Merit System. § CHA-5.3— Policemen's and Firemen's Pension Plan. § CHA-8.9— Results of election. § CHA-11.3— Prohibitions. § CHA-11.4— Official bonds. § CHA-13.5— Acting Chief Administrative Officer. § 2-3— Merit system. § 2-4— Prohibited acts; violations and penalties. § 2-5— Conflicts of interest; personal financial interest; disclosure reports. § 2-29— Prohibited acts. § 2-108— Additional duties. § 2-126— Election by Council; removal from office generally. § 2-128— Term of office of appointive officers. § 2-147— Commission required. § 2-148— Bonds: when required generally; amount, terms and conditions; impaired sureties. § 2-166— Appointment by Council. § 2-167— Evaluation. § 2-169— Acting Chief Administrative Officer. § 2-170— Powers and duties. § 2-181— Appointment by Council. § 2-188— Deputy City Clerk. § 2-221— Appointment by Council; term; qualifications. § 2-223— Provisional Municipal Judge. § 2-228— Appointment by Council. § 2-230— Duties. § 2-231— Assistant City Attorneys; appointment. § 2-232— City Prosecutor, Assistant Prosecutors; appointment. § 2-300— Contracts with depositories for City funds. § 2-322— Office created; appointment. § 2-399— Office created; appointment; position to be filled from civil service. § 2-498— Nomination procedure for term appointment. § 2-499— Filling vacancy. § 2-500— Requirements for membership. § 2-519— Composition; appointment; terms. § 2-532— Composition; terms; removal; vacancies. § 2-560— Created; composition. § 2-565— Created; composition; purpose. § 2-570— Membership; terms; removal; vacancies. § 2-575— Terms; removal; vacancies; quorum; no compensation. § 2-580— Established; composition; appointment. § 2-582— Member terms. § 2-591— Market Master appointment and compensation. § 2-593— Farmers' Market Advisory Committee. 2-601{4}— Definitions. 3-31{5}— Definitions. § 5-71— Administration. § 6-37— Advisory Commission. § 6-38— Duties of Advisory Commission. § 7 1/2-2— Composition. § 7 1/2-4— Appointment and responsibilities of Director. § 7 1/2-5— Executive powers. § 7 1/2-6— Emergency Management Council. § 12-31— Created; composition; appointment; compensation. § 12-33— Member terms; removal; vacancies. § 13-43— Maintenance of adequate records by licensee; inspection. § 14-29— Traffic Division of Police Department established; composition. § 15-3— Selection and term of Municipal Judge. § 15-5— Provisional Municipal Judge. § 15-7— Qualification for Municipal Judge; outside employment. 17-1{40}— Definitions. § 17-84— Weapons, carrying concealed and other unlawful use. 17-197{1}— Definitions. 18-1{2}— Definitions. § 24-3— Public trees. § D-D-120— Directors. II-E-200{11}— Definitions. Apx E Art VII— Appointments And Vacancies § VII-E-700— Acting Appointments. § VII-E-770— Part-Time Appointments. § VII-E-780— General Examination Provisions. § VII-E-790— Probationary Period. § E-1010— Personal Sick Leave. § E-1015— Occupational Injury Or Illness. § XII-E-1200— Employment Restrictions. § XXI-E-2100— Travel Policy. § I-F-101— Definitions. § I-F-102— Administration; Board of Trustees. § I-F-111— Fund. § I-F-112— Miscellaneous provisions of plan. II-F-201{3}— Definitions. II-F-201{9}— Definitions. II-F-201{12}— Definitions. II-F-201{14}— Definitions. § II-F-202— Administration; Board of Trustees. § II-F-212— Fund. § II-F-213— Miscellaneous provisions of plan.
Assessments
§ CHA-8.1— General authority. § CHA-11.6— Public improvements and special assessments. § CHA-12.4— Continuance of contracts, public improvements and taxes. § 1-8— Violations and penalties. § 1-12— Repeal of legislation not contained in Code; legislation saved from repeal; matters not affected by repeal. § 2-303— Report on property assessments. § 2-318— Cancellation of uncollectible tax amounts. § 5-16— Enforcement; violations and penalties; removal of signs. § 5-71— Administration. § 6-34— Revenue. § 10-26— Use of City services required. § 10-32— Maintenance of containers. § 13-35— Nature of tax and license and classification of businesses. § 13-50— Arbitrary assessments for failure to make return. § 13-51— Waiver of arbitrary assessment. § 13-52— Delinquent license taxes. § 13-101— Business license required for contractors. § 14-92— Wheel immobilization device. § 14-121— Maximum charges. § 14-151— Obedience to signals indicating approach of train. § 14-162— School buses; stops; passing while stopped; how marked. § 14-332— Parking past time limits. § 14-357— Lights. § 14-363— Seat belts required for passenger cars. § 14-385— Limitations on use by those 21 years of age and under and operators of commercial motor vehicles. § 15-10— Records and reports of collectors; transmittal of fines and costs. § 15-11— Traffic Violations Bureau; assessment of costs for law enforcement training. § 15-19— Court costs and surcharges. § 16-6— Abatement of nuisances, notice; hearing; payment or assessment of costs. § 17-210.5— No tobacco sales to minors; alternative nicotine products, vapor products and nicotine liquid containers, sale to minors prohibited. Ch 20 Art II Div 2— Construction and Repair § 20-44— Required repair not corrected; repair or replacement by City; special tax bill. § 23-32— General supervisory authority of Council. § 23-59— Application to contain discontinuance notice. § 23-88— Interest charge and discontinuance of service for nonpayment of charges. § 23-111— Application to contain discontinuance. § 23-145— Interest charge and discontinuance of service for nonpayment. § IV-E-440— Development And Allocation Of New Positions. § E-1000— Holidays. § E-1005— Vacation. § E-1065— Family And Medical Leave Policy. § I-F-111— Fund. § I-F-118— Violations and penalties. § II-F-212— Fund. § II-F-218— Violations and penalties. § II-F-219— Tax for fund on real estate and tangible personal property as City contribution.