Title 9 PUBLIC PEACE, MORALS AND WELFARE
Chapter 9.04 OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC DECENCY
9.04.020 Poolrooms and minors.
B. Any person desiring to conduct or carry on a public billiard room or
poolroom where minors ... subject to the following conditions:
2. The light at the playing level of the tables in any billiard room or poolroom
frequented by minors under the age of eighteen years shall be at least fifty
footcandles and the area of play set aside for minors shall be completely open
to full public view.
Title 13 PUBLIC SERVICES
Chapter 13.20 ELECTRICAL SERVICE
13.20.230 Schedule EL--Outdoor dusk-to-dawn lighting.
For outdoor dusk-to-dawn lighting rates, see the schedule attached to the
ordinance codified in this article, marked Exhibit C and made a part hereof as
if set out in full. (Ord. 1655 § 7, 1998)
Title 15 BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION
Chapter 15.16 ELECTRICAL CODE
A fee for each electrical permit required by this code shall be paid to the city
of Lodi as set forth in Table 3-A, as modified herein. Fees shall be paid prior to
1. For issuing permits, a fee
shall be paid for issuing each
permit in addition to all other
charges specified in this
section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20.00 each
5. For electric discharge lighting
fixtures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 2.00 each
6. Mercury vapor lamps and
equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 2.00 each
Chapter 15.32 COMMUNITY HOUSING PROJECT CONVERSIONS
15.32.060 Construction code and community development requirements.
To achieve the purpose of this chapter, the planning commission shall not
approve a conditional use permit for any project which does not comply with
the following physical standards unless the standards cannot be reasonably
complied with by the applicant and the planning commission has waived or
modified the standards:
3. All projects shall comply with
the city development requirements, including,
but not limited to, dedication of public utility easements, streets, rights-of-way
and construction of curb, gutter, sidewalk, streets, drainage, street lighting,
fire protection, and water and sewer service.
A. Exits, aisles, passageways and recesses related to and within the units
shall be illuminated with an intensity of at least one foot-candle at the ground
level during the hours of darkness. Open parking lots and carports shall be
provided with and maintain a minimum of 0.25 foot-candle of light on the
parking surface during the hours of darkness.
B. Outdoor lighting devices, required
by this section, shall be approved
exterior fixtures, protected by weather-resistant covers and adequately
shielded to prevent glare.
C. Common trash areas shall be
lit with a minimum of 0.5 foot-candle when
located within a building. (Prior code § 8B-7(i), (j), (k))
Chapter 15.52 CAMP CARS AND TRAILER CAMPS
Every campground shall be provided with means of electrically lighting the
same at night, and all water closets and bath units shall be provided with
sufficient electric lighting facilities, and all water closets shall be kept lighted
during the time from one-half hour after sunset until one-half hour before
sunrise. (Prior code § 6-16)
Title 17 ZONING
Chapter 17.27 R-C-P RESIDENTIAL- COMMERCIAL-PROFESSIONAL
17.27.110 Exterior lighting.
Any exterior lighting in the R-C-P district shall be directed away from nearby
residential zones. (Prior code § 27-9(d)(4))
Chapter 17.63 SIGNS
17.63.090 Holiday decorations.
Decoration signs for holidays which are maintained for a period not exceeding
one month are permitted and not subject to height, area or lighting limitations
set forth in this chapter. No building permit is required. (Prior code §
17.63.260 Mounting, lighting, height.
Signs for individual businesses shall be flush-mounted, indirectly lighted and
shall not extend above the height of the building on which they are mounted.
(Prior code § 27-13(h)(3a)(c))
Chapter 17.66 MOBILEHOME AND TRAVEL TRAILER PARKS
Entrance and internal driveways shall conform to the following requirements:
D. On-site lighting is required
for internal driveways and shall be approved by
the public works director. (Ord. 1333 § 1(1) (part), 1984; prior code § 27-13A(c)
(11) (part), (i)--(iv))
Off-street lighting shall be installed as in a residential subdivision and shall be
approved by the superintendent of utilities. (Prior code § 27-13A(c)(11)(v))