Section 27-151 Ornamental street lighting on residential streets.


    (a) Ornamental street lighting will be installed on residential streets where electric lines are underground.

    (b) When ornamental street lighting is installed on residential streets where electric lines are overhead, the parties requesting such ornamental lighting shall pay to the city all costs incurred for such ornamental lighting in excess of the cost of installing or upgrading the normal street lighting which would be provided by the city.

    (c) When ornamental street lighting is requested and installed on any residential street having an existing lighting system which is adequate and which complies with the requirements of the city as set forth in this division, the parties requesting such lighting shall pay the entire cost, including the cost of removing the existing lighting system, less the value of any salvaged material.
    
    (d) Ornamental lighting on residential streets shall extend from one major intersection to another or from a major intersection to the end of the street or throughout an entire subdivision or other area. In no case will spot installations of ornamental lights (one or more ornamental lights located intermediately with normal street lights) be installed on any given street.

(Code 1964, § 15.750; Ord. No. 16049, § 1, 6-21-99)


(Ord. 16049, Amended, 06/21/1999, Prior Text)