Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21093 on 09/19/2011, Section 25-47.02 read as follows.


    (a) All subdividers shall be required, as a condition of final plat approval, to either construct that part of each collector and arterial street which abuts the subdivision, or to pay an impact fee for that subdivision's share of the local street portion of costs for that part of each collector or arterial street which abuts the subdivision, state and federal highways excepted, whether such street has been constructed, is to be constructed in conjunction with the new subdivision or is on the major thoroughfare plan for such construction.

    (b) Whenever an urban highway that was once maintained and operated by the State Highway Commission has reverted to the city for maintenance and operation, the public works director shall evaluate the construction of such roadway and determine whether the existing traveled lanes of such roadway shall be designated an improved type roadway. Such evaluation shall occur as soon as circumstances permit after the reversion of the roadway to city control.

    (c) Whenever an urban highway previously maintained by the State Highway Commission has reverted to city control and been determined by the public works director to be an improved roadway, the property abutting the improved roadway shall not be subject to an impact fee.

(Ord. No. 10833, § 5, 12-16-85; Ord. No. 10991, § 1, 4-21-86)