15.04.050   Proof of insurance—Required by whom—Time limit.
   No permit shall be granted to any person or to any owner of any property where such work shall be done until proof of insurance with a combined single limit amount of $500,000 per occurrence and $1,000,000 aggregate, and $1,000,000 products/completed operations aggregate limit has been filed with the city clerk and approved as follows:  Any person engaged in the business of plumbing, drain lay-ing, sewer construction or the running of water pipes for commercial or domestic water supply, either from street mains or any other connection, must file with the city clerk proof of insurance in the amounts stated above for the protection of the city, and any person, resident or property owner within the city, against any and all loss or damage that the city, person, firm, corporation, resident or property owner may suffer on account of any work performed within the city by that person when caused on account of or through any negligence or carelessness on the part of that person or his employees.  The insurance shall be signed by an insurance company authorized to do business in the state, and shall be approved by the city council.  Upon the filing and approval of the insurance, the person shall be entitled to any permits applied for during the year ending December 31st, without any further bond.  Proof of insurance must be filed each year thereafter. 
(Ord. 522 §2, 2013: Ord. 323 §6, 1975).