St. Louis City Revised Code Title 20
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STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND BRIDGES
20.12 Street Naming
20.14 Street Openings and Dedications
20.16 House Numbering
20.18 Construction, Repair and Maintenance of Streets and Alleys
20.18 Part I. Public Streets and Alleys
20.18 Part II. Private Streets, Curbs, Sidewalks and Alleys
20.18 Part III. Cash Match Alley Improvement Program
20.20 Temporary Closing of Streets
20.22 Areaways, Vaults in Streets and Sidewalks
20.24 Structures Overhanging or Crossing Streets
20.26 Construction, Repair and Maintenance of Sidewalks
20.28 Obstructions and Encroachments
20.32 Construction Obstructing Streets and Sidewalks
20.34 Railroad Tracks in Streets
20.36 Use by Merchants
20.38 General Use Restrictions
20.40 Dangerous Excavations
20.42 Private Bridges
20.46 Permits for Use
20.50 Abatement of Dangerous Conditions
20.51 Benches and Shelters
20.52 Street Lighting
20.53 Portable Storage Units
20.54 Trash Containers
20.55 Street Performers
20.56 Street Merchants and Performers
20.58 Condemnation Proceedings
Ord. No. 68604, §§ 1--26, adopted March 16, 2010, repealed title 20 and enacted a new title as set out herein. The former title 20 pertained to similar subject matter. For a complete derivation of the former title 20, see the Ordinance Table and Disposition List and the Code Comparative Table at the end of this volume.
Art. VI § 19(a) Power of charter cities
Art. I § (14) Streets, alleys, parks, sewers, etc.
Art. I § (15) Public buildings and other property
Art. I § (16) Harbor, wharves and ferries
234.310 Charter city powers and funding
234.330 Existing rights not impaired
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