Town Code of Ordinances

 

The Town Codes are constantly being changed and updated, it is important to check with the Clerk or the Code Officer to verify their current status.

The online Codes should be used for reference only.

            Chapter 1:  General Provisions

             Chapter 2:  Administration

             Chapter 3: Animals

             Chapter 4: Building and Plumbing

             Chapter 5:  Businesses

             Chapter 6:  Floodplain Management

             Chapter 7: Mobile Homes

             Chapter 8:  Morals and Conduct

             Chapter 9: Parks and Recreation

             Chapter 10: Sewers

             Chapter 11: Streets

             Chapter 12: Subdivisions

             Chapter 13: Vehicles and Traffic

             Chapter 14. Zoning

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