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Town of Babylon Coastal Erosion Hazard Zone Ordinance
Date Added: Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Coastal Protection, Erosion & Sedimentation Control    
New York
Municipal
This ordinance establishes standards and procedures for minimizing damage to structures and to protect natural resources from coastal erosion. It employs the NYSDEC’s coastal erosion area delineation, and specifies separate definitions and restrictions for nearshore, beach, and dune areas. Special consideration is given to the protection of bird nesting and breeding areas, and other special wildlife habitat as identified by the NYSDEC. The local law goes beyond state guidelines by prohibiting development in nearshore and beach areas... Read More
Kansas City Disposal of Tires & Batteries Ordinance
Date Added: Thursday, April 13, 2017
Recycling    
Missouri
Municipal
This ordinance includes specific regulations for disposal of tires and batteries. .. Read More
City of Albuquerque Project Treestart Ordinance
Date Added: Friday, April 14, 2017
Tree Preservation & Protection    
New Mexico
Municipal
This ordinance aims to create an advisory committee that will promote tree planting in the city, particularly trees that are well suited to the arid environment and compatible with city life. .. Read More
City of White Plains Environmentally Sensitive Sites & Features Ordinance
Date Added: Sunday, April 16, 2017
Natural Resource Protection & Conservation    
New York
Municipal
To protect environmentally sensitive features, including watercourses, wetlands, and flora and fauna habitat, this ordinance regulates any area in the proximity of these environmentally sensitive ordinances. Requirements are based on proximity to environmentally sensitive areas. .. Read More
City of Biloxi Environmental Advisory Board Ordinance
Date Added: Monday, April 17, 2017
Local Boards, Natural Resource Protection & Conservation    
Mississippi
Municipal
The Board advises the City Council gives advice and assistance on specific environmental issues to the City Manager and Planning Commission. The Board conducts studies on environmental improvements and conservation and issues reports on its findings. The advisory board also bestows annual awards to individuals and groups who contribute to environmental quality, “including development that is consistent with a quality environment.” (Code 1959, § 2-12-1; Ord. No. 1557, § 1, 6-19-89).. Read More
City of Kingston Historic Preservation Commission
Date Added: Saturday, August 27, 2016
Historic Preservation    
New York
Municipal
This law creates The Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission, as well as the guidelines for the Commission to follow. .. Read More
City of Tulsa Watershed Development Regulations
Date Added: Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Watershed Planning    
Oklahoma
Municipal
Tulsa has the highest CRS rating in the country and is currently at 2. Although this high rating is only partially attributed to its ordinances, its ordinances reflect very high standards. The ordinances are based on watershed development and include stormwater consideration. “The area of special flood hazard, policies and standards” provision endorses the concept of No Adverse Impact, specifically denying any development that would increase flows, flood heights, velocities that might affect other property and, in addition providing for compens.. Read More
Buffalo Bicycle Riverwalk
Date Added: Monday, June 4, 2018
Healthy Communities, Bicycle Infrastructure    
New York
Municipal
Chapter 91, Article I of Buffalo, New York’s Charter and Ordinances addresses the activities allowed on the Riverwalk path. Riverwalk is a paved, double-lane pedestrian bicycle trail that travels 13.2 miles north from downtown Buffalo to Tonawanda, New York. The legislation states: “No person shall operate or drive any vehicle which is propelled by any power other than muscular power on that property in the City known as the "Riverwalk.".. Read More
Town of Bedford Zoning Regulations; Solar Zoning
Date Added: Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Solar Energy, Zoning    
New York
Municipal
Within its Zoning Chapter, the Town of Bedford includes solar panels in its Accessory buildings or structures section, § 125-27. Bedford lists solar energy collectors and studios as an accessory structure permitted in all districts, subject to a list of requirements including floor area minimums and maximums, height maximums, and ground floor area measurements. § 125-27, however, does not specify requirements for solar energy systems individually. Bedford created the Bedford Energy Task Force to help the Bedford 2020 Coalition accomplish .. Read More