§ 52.002  FIRE HYDRANTS; NON-LIABILITY OF CITY; USE.
   (A)   All hydrants shall be owned, maintained and used only by the city. Use of water from fire hydrants by contractors and other shall be only upon permission by the city after approved application to the city.
   (B)   The city shall not be held liable and will not assume any responsibility for the condition of any fire hydrant inside or outside the city limits, or the pressure or amount of water obtainable therefrom, or any damages either direct or resultant because of the condition, pressure or amount of water available at any fire hydrant.
   (C)   All public fire hydrants outside of any city limits owned by the city will be maintained in as good order as reasonably possible, but the city will not undertake or assume any responsibility or liability for their condition, use or abuse. Such public fire hydrants shall be used only for the purpose of extinguishing fire, except when the city may issue a special permit for their use to contractors who shall then be responsible for the hydrants and the use of water from them.
(1999 Code, § 52.002)  Penalty, see § 52.999