(1) The City Engineer is authorized to exercise reasonable discretion in deferring or delaying construction or other such activity upon a public place, property, or within a public right-of-way under the following circumstances:
(a) The location, or in close propinquity to the location, is occupied or will imminently be occupied for a project by the City, its agents, or other authorized entity; or
(b) The construction conditions will unreasonably interfere with the delivery of emergency, utility, or other necessary services; or
(c) Current conditions create a substantial disruption to the traveling public; or
(d) Any other situation wherein the impact of the project is significant.
(2) In order to facilitate the construction while ameliorating the impacts thereof, the City Engineer may:
(a) Determine the priority of projects and any segments thereof;
(b) Require specific vehicular and pedestrian traffic control methods;
(c) Establish time restrictions for construction or determining the hours during which construction may or will not occur;
(d) Require the contractor to provide additional notice to affected people and entitites; or
(e) Take any other reasonable measures necessary to alleviate the impact of the project to those utilizing or relying upon the services being restricted.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 99-54, Enacted, 11/4/1999
Ord. No. 05-08, Amended, 3/17/2005