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CODE OF ORDINANCE CITY OF WAUKEE, IOWA
SUPPLEMENT RECORD
CHAPTER 1 CODE OF ORDINANCES
CHAPTER 2 CHARTER
CHAPTER 3 BOUNDARIES
CHAPTER 4 MUNICIPAL INFRACTIONS
CHAPTER 5 OPERATING PROCEDURES
CHAPTER 6 CITY ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 7 FISCAL MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER 8 INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS
CHAPTER 9 URBAN RENEWAL
CHAPTER 15 MAYOR
CHAPTER 16 MAYOR PRO TEM
CHAPTER 17 CITY COUNCIL
CHAPTER 18 CITY CLERK
CHAPTER 19 FINANCE DIRECTOR
CHAPTER 20 CITY ATTORNEY
CHAPTER 21 CITY ADMINISTRATOR
CHAPTER 22 LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
CHAPTER 23 BOARD OF APPEALS
CHAPTER 24 PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD
CHAPTER 26 PARK REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 27 SUGAR CREEK MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE
CHAPTER 28 TRIUMPH PARK
CHAPTER 30 POLICE DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER 35 FIRE DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER 40 PUBLIC PEACE
CHAPTER 41 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY
CHAPTER 42 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERTY
CHAPTER 45 ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND INTOXICATION
CHAPTER 46 MINORS
CHAPTER 50 NUISANCE ABATEMENT PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 51 JUNK AND JUNK VEHICLES
CHAPTER 52 NOISE CONTROL
CHAPTER 55 ANIMAL PROTECTION AND CONTROL
CHAPTER 56 DANGEROUS AND VICIOUS ANIMALS
CHAPTER 57 URBAN CHICKENS
CHAPTER 60 ADMINISTRATION OF TRAFFIC CODE
CHAPTER 61 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES
CHAPTER 62 GENERAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 63 SPEED REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 64 TURNING REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 65 STOP OR YIELD REQUIRED
CHAPTER 66 LOAD AND WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS
CHAPTER 67 PEDESTRIANS
CHAPTER 68 PARKING REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 70 TRAFFIC CODE ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES
CHAPTER 75 ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES AND SNOWMOBILES
CHAPTER 76 BICYCLE REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 77 SKATEBOARDS
CHAPTER 80 ABANDONED VEHICLES
CHAPTER 90 WATER SERVICE SYSTEM
CHAPTER 91 WATER METERS
CHAPTER 92 WATER RATES
CHAPTER 93 WATER WELL PROTECTION
CHAPTER 95 SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM
CHAPTER 96 BUILDING SEWERS AND CONNECTIONS
CHAPTER 97 ON-SITE WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 98 SEWER SERVICE CHARGES
CHAPTER 99 CONNECTION FEE DISTRICTS
CHAPTER 100 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT UTILITY
CHAPTER 101 ILLICIT DISCHARGE TO STORM SEWER SYSTEM
CHAPTER 102 CONSTRUCTION SITE EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL
CHAPTER 103 POST-CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER 104 REGULATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER, COMMERCIAL WASTEWATER AND HAULED WASTE
CHAPTER 105 SOLID WASTE CONTROL
CHAPTER 106 COLLECTION OF SOLID WASTE
CHAPTER 107 MANDATORY RECYCLING PROGRAMS
CHAPTER 110 NATURAL GAS SERVICE RATES AND CHARGES
CHAPTER 111 ELECTRIC ENERGY FRANCHISE
CHAPTER 112 CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE
CHAPTER 115 RIGHT-OF-WAY AND UTILITY INSTALLATION PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
CHAPTER 120 LIQUOR LICENSES AND WINE AND BEER PERMITS
CHAPTER 121 CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO PERMITS
CHAPTER 122 PEDDLERS AND SOLICITORS
CHAPTER 123 PAWNBROKERS
CHAPTER 124 MASSAGE THERAPY ESTABLISHMENT LICENSE
CHAPTER 135 STREET USE AND MAINTENANCE
CHAPTER 136 SIDEWALK REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 137 VACATION AND DISPOSAL OF STREETS
CHAPTER 138 NAMING OF STREETS
CHAPTER 140 CONTROLLED ACCESS FACILITIES
CHAPTER 145 MANUFACTURED AND MOBILE HOMES
CHAPTER 150 TREES
CHAPTER 151 TELECOMMUNICATION TOWERS
CHAPTER 155 BUILDING CODES AND REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 156 RESIDENTIAL RENTAL CODE
CHAPTER 160 SITE AND BUILDING DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS
CHAPTER 161 LANDSCAPE AND OPEN SPACE REQUIREMENTS
CHAPTER 165 ZONING REGULATIONS DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 166 ZONING REGULATIONS ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER 167 ZONING REGULATIONS SIGNS
CHAPTER 168 ZONING REGULATIONS PARKING AND LOADING
CHAPTER 169 ZONING REGULATIONS DISTRICT REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 170 FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER 175 SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 176 SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS PLATTING PROCEDURES
CHAPTER 177 SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS DESIGN STANDARDS
CHAPTER 178 SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS REQUIRED IMPROVEMENTS
CHAPTER 179 SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS DEVELOPMENT IMPACT ON COMMUNITY FACILITIES
21.03   POWERS AND DUTIES.
The City Administrator is the chief administrative officer of the City. The powers and duties of the City Administrator are as follows:
1.   General. See that all resolutions, ordinances, laws, Council and Mayor directives, and approved operational policies are both faithfully enforced and executed or referred to the proper official for compliance thereof.
2.   Attend Council Meetings. Attend all meetings of the Council unless otherwise excused by the Mayor or Council.
3.   Recommendations. Recommend to the Mayor and Council such measures as the City Administrator deems necessary or expedient for good efficient government, and the general welfare of the City.
4.   Supervision. Have general responsibility for the supervision, direction, and administration of all departments, offices, employees, functions, and services of the City, and be directly responsible to the Council for the proper function of the same.
5.   Liaison. Maintain liaison with citizens, businesses, developers, builders, engineers, and other governmental agencies.
6.   Contracts. Be responsible for the supervision and performance of all contracts for work and services to be done for the City, except as specified otherwise in said construction or service program involved.
7.   Agreements; Contracts. Maintain an accounting of all obligations, agreements, commitments, and contractual franchises involving the City and report to the Mayor and Council any deviations from the exact terms as specified.
8.   Negotiations. Represent the City in all negotiations properly entered into in accordance with law or ordinance.
9.   Purchasing. Direct the purchasing of all commodities, materials, supplies, capital outlay and services for all departments of the City that have been budgeted and appropriated by resolution of the Council, and enforce a program to determine that such purchases are received and are of the quality and character called for in the order.
10.   Appoint and Employ. Have the power to appoint or employ all officers and employees to fill authorized positions, with the exception of the City Clerk, City Attorney, and Police Department personnel.
11.   Suspension or Discharge of Employees. Have the power to suspend without pay or discharge summarily any officer or employee which the City Administrator has the power to appoint or employ, subject, however, to the provisions of the Veterans Preference Law (Chapter 35C of the Code of Iowa) and applicable provisions of the Handbook For Employees of the City of Waukee and applicable Federal, State, and local laws.
12.   Emergency Employees. Have the authority to employ any person for emergency purposes as deemed necessary for the welfare of the City, but in no case shall said employment be extended after the first Council meeting following the date of employment, unless otherwise approved by vote of the Council.
13.   Buildings and Equipment. Supervise the management of all buildings, structures, and land under the jurisdiction of the Council, and be charged with the care and preservation of all City-owned equipment, tools, machinery, appliances, supplies, and commodities under the control of employees or departments, over which the City Administrator has, by this section, specific authority.
14.   Financial Conditions. Keep the Mayor and Council fully advised of the financial and other conditions of the City.
15.   Annual Budget. Prepare and submit to the Mayor and Council an annual budget in the manner as prescribed by law.
16.   Business Affairs. See that all business affairs of the City are conducted by modern, approved methods and in an efficient manner.
17.   Records. Be responsible at all times for the maintenance of accurate and current records of all affairs of the departments under the jurisdiction of the City Administrator, and in a form acceptable by the Council. Copies of such reports shall be available for public inspection.
18.   Council Committees. Assist the Council committees in the execution of their reviews, investigations, reports, and assignments, and provide administrative support in compliance with their directives.
19.   Delegated Powers. Perform duties and have direct authority on all matters delegated by Council action.
20.   Administrative Support. Provide administrative support and assistance to the Mayor and perform duties in the coordination of all phases of municipal activity as directed by the Mayor and Council.
21.   Residency. The City Administrator shall establish residence in the City pursuant to terms agreed to upon appointment and confirmation.