Series 101 2000 ORDINANCES/RESOLUTIONS
Section 101-483 Ord. 16591; Amending Chapter 5 RE: Animal Control Services Fees
Ordinance No. 16591 Council
Bill No. B 284-00
amending Chapter 5 of the City Code as it relates to animal control services fees; and fixing the
time when this ordinance shall become effective.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, AS
SECTION 1. Chapter 5 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Columbia,
hereby amended as follows:
Material to be deleted in
strikeout; material to be added underlined.
Sec. 5-5. Redemption; payment of fees; disposition of unredeemed animals.
(a) At any time prior to the disposal of any animal, fowl or reptile, as herein
defined, by the
animal control officer, the owner thereof may redeem such animal upon proof satisfactory to the
health officer of ownership thereof and upon paying a boarding fee of
dollars ($ 5.00 10.00) for each day or part of day such animal has been impounded
and an impoundment fee
of seven dollars and fifty cents twenty dollars ($ 7.50 20.00)
for each and every impoundment.
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Sec. 5-65. SameLicense fee levied.
(a) There is hereby levied for each domestic cat or dog between the ages of three
and twelve (12) months, and for each neutered domestic cat or dog of any age kept, harbored or
owned within the city a license fee of
two dollars and fifty cents
five dollars ($ 2.50 5.00) for any period of time not to exceed one year;
and five ten dollars ($ 5.00
10.00) for any period greater than one year, but not exceeding two (2) years; and seven
and fifty cents fifteen dollars ($ 7.50 15.00) for any period
greater than two (2) years but not
exceeding three (3) years. "Neutered" shall include both male and female animals irreversibly
rendered incapable of reproduction by surgical or chemical procedure when such is verified in
writing by the animal owner.
(b) There is hereby levied for each intact domestic cat or dog over the age of
months kept, harbored or owned within the city a license fee of
dollars ($ 5.00 15.00) for any period of time not to exceed one year; and ten thirty
dollars ($ 10.00 30.00) for
any period greater than one year, but not exceeding two (2) years; and fifteen forty-five dollars
($ 15.00 45.00) for any period greater than two (2) years but not exceeding three
"Intact" shall include all dogs or cats not certified in writing by the owner to have been
irreversibly chemically or surgically rendered incapable of reproduction.
. . .
SECTION 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after
October 1, 2000.
PASSED this 18th day of September, 2000.