Section 22-163 Landfill and disposal areas.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21075 on 09/19/2011, Section 22-163 read as follows.
Rates for landfill. Landfill fees shall be determined by weight unless scales are temporarily
out of commission. The current state solid waste tonnage fee will be added to all rates where
applicable except the "per ton" rate, set forth in subsection (1) below, which includes that
Charges for use of the landfill shall be determined by weight or volume as follows:
(1) Per ton, or any fraction thereof $
Minimum fee $
(2) Automobiles, each $
Pickups, vans and trailers without specified rates,
(3) Any vehicle one ton or larger (trailers with dual
wheels or more than one axle will be
included in this category unless other specified rates apply),
(4) Noncompacted roll-off boxes,
trailers greater than eighteen (18) feet in length (length
to be determined by dimension of cargo area) and truck with haul bed greater than eighteen (18)
feet in length,
charge if empty.
charge if hauling material to be deposited in the landfill.
trucks and compactor roll-off boxes, per cubic yard capacity . . . .
Uncovered or unsecured loads that may either blow or fall off of the haul vehicle
during transit will be charged a
ten dollar ($10.00)
twenty dollar ($20.00)
service fee in addition
to the basic charge for the haul vehicle.
(8) The city may establish a monthly billing processing for
regular customers of the landfill
when approved by the director.
(9) Construction demolition, clean fill, or other soil material
which is determined by the
director or his duly appointed representative to contain material that is totally compostable or
recyclable on site will be charged at one-half (½) the normal rate, subject to standard minimum
charges provided the material is delivered to a designated area at the landfill.
(10)Yard waste consisting of grass clippings, leaves, and chipped brush and chipped
will be accepted at the landfill at no charge provided it is delivered to the designated compost
area free of any contaminants. Tree limbs and brush which require chipping and yard waste that
requires any further separation and handling will be charged at one-half (½) the normal rate
subject to standard minimum charges.
(11) Major appliances delivered to a designated location at the landfill
a. Appliances equipped for use of refrigerants, per appliance $
b. Appliances not requiring refrigerants, per appliance $
) Operation of disposal area:
Loitering at disposal area unlawful. It shall be unlawful for any person to loiter at any area
maintained by the city for disposal of
refuse and which is posted as such by conspicuous signs; and further it shall be unlawful for any
person to remove refuse or rubble from any such area without authority from the director, or in
any way disturb, mar, mutilate any equipment, facility or property owned by the city or being
used by the city at such areas.
Authority to establish hours. The director shall have authority to establish the hours of
operation for the disposal area.
) Rates for material recovery facility. Recyclable material approved by the director or the
directors designee may be delivered to the material recovery facility at the landfill by the
general public, other governmental units or private businesses, or may be transported to the
material recovery facility from other governmental units or private businesses by city crews in
accordance with regulations promulgated by the director. The director is authorized to establish
rates that are not less than the cost of providing the services and the processing of materials.
(Code 1964, § 10.9110; Ord. No. 11621, § 1, 9-21-87; Ord. No. 12820, §
1, 12-10-90; Ord. No.
13055, § 1, 8-19-91; Ord. No. 13057, § 1, 8-19-91; Ord. No. 13437, § 1, 9-21-92; Ord.
14213, § 1, 9-19-94; Ord. No. 15641, § 1, 6-15-98; Ord. No. 16370, § 1, 3-6-00
; Ord. No. 17836,
§ 1, 9-15-03
; Ord. No. 19699, § 1, 10-15-07)
Note--See the editor's note following § 22.158.