§ 51.01  CLASSIFICATION AND DEFINITION OF ELECTRIC SERVICE.
   The following classes of electric service are designated to be available from the municipal electric utility.
   (A)   Residential service.  This class of service is available for all residential purposes, including lighting, cooking, refrigeration, water heating, and electric space heating, to individual residential customers in an individual residence or apartment and for single phase farm service, when supplied through the farm residence meter, located on the distribution lines of the utility.  The character of the service is alternating current, 60 Hz, single phase, at a voltage of approximately 120 volts two-wire or 120/240 volts three-wire.
   (B)   Commercial service.  This class of service is available for commercial electric service through one meter for lighting, incidental appliance, cooking, heating, refrigeration, and power for individual motors not exceeding five horsepower, and to the combined name-plate rating of motors of not more than 25 horsepower, to customers, whose demand does not exceed 20 KW, located on the distribution lines of the utility.  The character of the service is alternating current, 60 Hz, single phase, at a voltage of approximately 120/240 volts and three-phase at a voltage of approximately 120/240 volts four-wire, or 120/208 volts four-wire.
   (C)   General service.  This class of service is available through one meter for electric light and power service to where the customer’s demand exceeds 20 KW and/or the customer’s connected horsepower load exceeds 25 HP, located on the distribution lines of the utility.  The character of the service is standard single phase and/or polyphase alternating current, 60 Hz, at one standard voltage or at a utility voltage, if available and requested by the customer.
   (D)   Industrial power service. This class of service is available through one meter for any customer contracting for a specified capacity of not less than 100 kilowatts amperes. Applicant must agree to a one-year term of service and must be located adjacent to an electric transmission or distribution line of the utility that is adequate and suitable for supplying the service required. The character of the service is alternating current, 60 HZ, three phase at a voltage which is standard with the utility in the area served.
   (E)   Municipal street lighting service.  This service is available for street lighting to the city.
   (F)   Outdoor lighting service.  This service is available only for continuous year round service for outdoor lighting to customers located within the service area of the utility.  The service provides dusk-to-dawn outdoor lighting for each lamp with luminaire controlled by a photoelectric relay when mounted on an existing utility pole and including one span of secondary conductors.
(1985 Code, § 6-11-1)  (Ord. 1-1982, passed 2-8-1982; Ord. 1993-5, passed - -1993; Ord. 1993-6, passed  12-13-1993; Ord. 1998-5, passed 10-15-1998)