Knowledgebase-One Way Street Ordinance


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Title:One Way Street Ordinance
Summary:An ordinance template to convert Smith Street into a one-way street, in the town of Volopolis City, Tennessee.
Original Author:Chlarson, John
Co-Author:
Product Create Date:05/05/2015
Last Reviewed on::06/20/2017
Subject:Streets--Municipal ordinances; Traffic--Municipal ordinances; Municipal ordinances; Forms
Type:Ordinance
Original Document: One Way Street Ordinance 2015.pdfOne Way Street Ordinance 2015.pdf

Reference Documents: One Way Street Ordinance 2015.rtfOne Way Street Ordinance 2015.rtf

Text of Document: ORDINANCE NO. 2015-01

AN ORDINANCE TO CONVERT Smith STREET INTO A ONE-WAY STREET, IN THE TOWN OF Volopolis CITY, TENNESSEE, AND DESCRIBED MORE ACCURATELY WITHIN THE BODY OF THIS ORDINANCE

WHEREAS, A recommendation has been made to the Town of Volopolis City, Tennessee, to convert Smith Street to a one-way street, with traffic flow only allowed in a southbound direction.; and

WHEREAS, the Town of Volopolis City desires to convert Smith Street into a one-way street; and

WHEREAS, the Volopolis City Municipal Planning Commission has reviewed and recommended the proposed conversion

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF MAYOR AND
COMMISSIONERS OF VOLOPOLIS CITY, TENNESSEE, THAT:
          Smith Street shall be converted to a One-Way Street, with traffic flow only allowed in a southbound direction, in the block between 1st Avenue and 2nd Avenue.

          NOW, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that this ordinance shall become effective upon final reading and passage by the Board of Mayor and Commissioners, the public welfare requiring it.

          NOW, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that there is a required fifteen (15) day waiting period starting from the effective date of this ordinance before citations can be written.
    FIRST READING:

    FINAL READING:


    JOHN DOE, MAYOR


    ATTEST:
    JANE DOE, CITY RECORDER

    Please remember that this ordinance was drafted based upon the drafting requirements and authority granted to a particular city or town in its charter and in general law. These drafting requirements and the authority exercised in this ordinance might not apply to your city or town.

    Please confer with your city attorney or an MTAS legal consultant, or both, before using this ordinance as a model.