§ 98.058  DEPOSIT; BOND.
   Every contractor, person, firm or corporation making any improvement in the city which requires the digging into, taking up or otherwise disturbing any portion of the paved roadway or parkway of any street in the city shall deposit with Community Development; the fee of as set out in the fee schedule adopted on an annual basis by the City Council; and required to furnish a good and sufficient surety bond in such sum as shall be deemed necessary for the restoration and maintenance of the street or parkway, as the case may be, for a period of not less than two years after which, the bond shall be fully refundable if said improvements are determined to be in acceptable condition by the City Engineer at the end of the two year period. Alternatively, at the sole discretion of the city, a bond shall not be required if such contractor, person, firm or corporation shall pay to the city the following amounts; to pay the expense incurred by the city in the restoration and maintenance of such street or parkway on behalf of such contractor, person, firm or corporation:
   (A)   To fill openings in pavement with sand and stone and to haul away dirt (per cubic yard), the amount of yards to be determined by measurement of the proposed opening; see Chapter 41 of the city code;
   (B)   To replace street and resurface with asphalt, per square yard; see Chapter 41 of the city code; and
   (C)   To replace and resurface with redi-mix concrete, per square yard; see Chapter 41 of the city code. For excavations in parkways or sidewalks:
      (1)   To backfill and flush parkway (per cubic yard);
      (2)   To haul away extra dirt (per cubic yard);
      (3)   To grade and seed in the case of rough backfilling (per square yard); and
      (4)   To replace sidewalks (per square foot). (For above charges, see Chapter 41 of the city code.)
(Prior Code, § 37-41)  (Ord. 2016-56, passed 10-3-2016)