Sec. 1-11.  Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances.


All existing or future planning and zoning ordinances, property use regulations, subdivision regulations, building codes, plumbing codes, electrical codes, fire prevention codes or any other code relating to building or relating to the erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, conversion, maintenance, placing or using any building, structure, automobile trailer, house trailer or cabin trailer, shall be applicable to and enforceable within that portion of the unincorporated area located within two (2) miles beyond and adjacent to the corporate limits of the city as delineated on the official Extraterritorial Zoning Jurisdiction Map of the city approved by ordinance, and shall have the same effect as if such unincorporated area were within the corporate limits of the city; provided, however, that this section shall not be interpreted, extended or applied so as to prohibit, prevent or intervene with the conduct or existing farming, livestock operations, businesses or industry. 


Source:  Code 1962, §§ 1-7-5, 4-7-1; 11-25-1; Ord. No. 2981, § 5, 5-4-81; Ord. No. 3429, § 1, 9-15-86; Ord. No. 4070, § 1, 11-7-94; Ord. No. 5207, § 1, 6-4-12

Cross references--Buildings and building regulations, Ch. 6; building code, § 6-16 et seq.; electrical code, § 6-51 et seq.; mechanical code, § 6-106 et seq.; plumb­ing code, § 6-121 et seq.; housing code, § 12-16 et seq.; mobile homes and mobile home parks, Ch. 15; subdivisions, Ch. 23; zoning, Ch. 27.

State law reference--Power of city to so provide, R.R.S. 1943, §§ 16-901, 19-922.