[CC 1983 §48.010]
This Chapter shall be known as the Chapter Regulating The Private Construction of Public Works Projects.
[CC 1983 §48.020; Ord. No. 01-21, 4-19-2001; Ord. No. 07-32, 9-20-2007]
Any person, firm, partnership, corporation, association, co-partnership or trust, prior to commencing any private work on public works projects in the City, shall comply with the following regulations and provisions:
Plans and specifications for the private construction of public works projects including, but not limited to, streets, sidewalks, drainage systems, sewers, water or thoroughfares to be dedicated to and maintained by the City or to be maintained by the City, shall be submitted to the Public Works Director and/or designee for approval.
A permit shall be obtained from the Public Works Director authorizing the construction mentioned and set forth in the plans and specifications submitted.
Following the issuance of the permit provided for herein, construction shall not be started until the Public Works Director has been notified as to the time, location and scope of the construction.
No construction shall be accomplished and the permit provided for herein shall not be issued for infrastructure to be placed in an area where a final plat has been recorded without the infrastructure until a performance and maintenance bond in an amount equal to one hundred ten percent (110%) of the estimated cost of construction shall be posted with the City of Hollister guaranteeing against defects in the construction of sewers, water mains and streets for a period of one (1) year, as well as guaranteeing the complete performance of the contemplated construction for which the permit herein provided for is issued, and further guaranteeing and insuring that such construction shall be accomplished in a workmanlike manner and further protecting the City and insuring said City from any loss or damage.
No construction work shall be commenced until the permit provided for has been issued and a written notice to proceed shall have been issued by the Public Works Director.
All construction work may be stopped at anytime by the Public Works Director or his/her agent when, in the opinion of the Public Works Director, the workmanship, materials used or procedures of work do not meet the requirements or comply with the City codes, ordinances, specifications and procedures for such work.
All work, accomplished by means of a permit issued under this Chapter, shall be subject to final inspection for City maintenance by the Public Works Director and his/her recommendation shall be made to and action taken thereon by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen.
[CC 1983 §48.030; Ord. No. 01-21, 4-19-2001]
Curbs And Gutters. All curbs and gutters shall be of concrete construction a minimum of eighteen (18) inches in width and not less than six (6) inches in thickness.
Base Course And Surface.
Class I Street (Arterial). Shall be a minimum of forty (40) feet wide back to back of curb, and shall be constructed of a seven (7) inch compacted Bituminous treated concrete base with a three (3) inch compacted Bituminous treated concrete wearing surface. (Section 2205.9 through 2205.33 APWA, 1966) Street. Alternate eight (8) inches of Portland cement concrete with integral curbs. (Section 2208 APWA Street Specifications, 1966). Minimum seventy (70) foot R/W.
Class II Street (Collector). Shall be a minimum of thirty-six (36) feet wide, back to back of curb and constructed of six (6) inches of Bituminous treated compacted concrete base with a two (2) inch compacted Bituminous wearing surface. Alternate six (6) inches Portland cement concrete with integral curb and gutter. (Section 2208 APWA Street Specifications and Standards, 1966). Minimum sixty (60) foot R/W.
Class III Streets (Residential). Shall be a minimum of twenty-eight (28) feet wide back to back of curb and constructed with five (5) inches of compacted bituminous treated with two (2) inches of compacted bituminous treated wearing surface. (Section 2205 APWA Street Specifications and Standards, 1966). Alternate six (6) inches of Portland cement concrete. (Section 2200 APWA Street Specifications and Standards.) Minimum right-of-way of fifty (50) feet.
Sidewalks. Sidewalks shall be constructed in accordance with Section 2300 APWA Street Specifications and Standards, 1966. Expansion joints shall be placed at one hundred (100) foot centers. Contraction joints shall be placed at four (4) foot centers.
Storm Sewers. All design and construction of storm sewers and appurtenances shall conform to Storm Sewer Specifications and Standards of APWA, 1966.