(A)   The purpose of this section is to define the requirements and procedure for requesting the city to accept a construction project. This section does not apply to public improvement projects performed under formal contract awarded by the city. The conditions of acceptance for projects performed under formal contract awarded by the city shall be specified in the contract documents.
   (B)   Projects covered under this procedure are projects performed by a party other than the city and which the city will own, operate, maintain or otherwise be responsible for in future years.
   (C)   In order for the project to be accepted by the city, the following conditions must be satisfied:
      (1)   The project must meet the city’s specifications for materials and construction specifications;
      (2)   City staff must have inspected the project during construction; and
      (3)   All improvements must have been tested and meet or exceed all minimum standards.
   (D)   In the event there is a defect in materials, workmanship or some other item which jeopardizes the public’s health, safety, or welfare, or the longevity of the improvement, the city will require immediate action to correct the problem.
   (E)   If contractor does not provide satisfactory repairs and restoration, the city will call the right-of-way bond to properly complete project.
(Ord. - -, passed - -03; Am. Ord. 16-2020, passed 12-7-20)