The city shall be prepared to accept application for service to private fire hydrants, supply tanks, sprinkler systems and other appurtenances on the premises of customers. The applicant for this class of service shall submit plans of the installation in detail, showing layout of system, required sizes of service lines and such other information as will make clear the probable demands of the installations. The city will consent to such installation when the size and condition of its mains are adequate for the purpose, and the city will impose such conditions of service as may be necessary for individual installations. The city will not obligate itself to furnish continuous service, or go beyond diligent effort to supply service or particular pressures, any more than its general obligations to all other customers. Any such installations shall be made at the entire expense of the owner, and subject to the direction and supervision of the city. Such installations shall be exclusively for fire protection uses, and no connection for any other use shall be made thereon. The city shall have free access to the entire installation for inspection purposes and in case of violation of the terms of the installation, shall have the right to terminate service.
('68 Code, § 7.09(n)) (Ord. 3533, passed - - ; Am. Ord. 2005-5208, passed 9-6-2005)