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Ord 5-85 1/15/1985 ORDINANCE NO. 5-85 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR PRIVATE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM, DEFIN- ING TERMS: PROHIBITING POLLUTION OF THE WICHITA FALLS WATER SUPPLY; REQUIRING PERMITS FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF PRIVATE SEWAGE FACILITIES; PRESCRIBING PROCEDURES FOR OBTAINING PERMITS; INSPECTIONS AND PAYMENT OF FEES; REGULATING WATERCRAFT AND MARINE SANITATION ON THE WICHITA FALLS WATER SUPPLY; AND PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS: SECTION 1 Definitions Control Area - shall mean the land bordering the Wichita Falls water supply. Evapotranspiration System - shall mean a subsurface system which utilizes surface evaporation and plant transpiration to permit disposal of effluent from wastewater treatment facilities. Existing Private Sewage Facilities - shall mean any private sewage facility that was in use on the effective date of this Ordinance. Health Officer - shall mean the Health Authority or the Manager of the Wichita Falls/Wichita County Public Health District. Holding Tank - shall mean a tank used to receive and store sewage wastes in an anaerobic condition until its ultimate disposal to an approved treatment facility. Mobile Home Sites - shall mean any facility or area developed for the lease or rental of two or more mobile home sites. Permit - shall mean written authority granted by the Health Authority authorizing specified construction or action. Permitting Authority - shall mean the Air-Water Pollution Division of the Wichita Falls/Wichita County Public Health District. Person - shall mean any individual, corporation, organization, government or governmental subdivision or agency, business, trust, es- tate, partnership and any other legal entity or association, including, but not limited to, owners, developers, installers, etc. -1- Pollution - shall mean the alteration of the physical, thermal, chemical, or biological quality of, or the contamination of any water in the State that renders the water harmful, detrimental, or injurious to humans, animal life, vegetation, or property or to the public health, safety, or welfare, or impairs the usefulness or the public enjoyment of the water for any lawful or reasonable purpose. Private Sewage Facilities - shall mean facilities provided to serve only an individual household, multiple unit residential structures or commercial establishment within a designated area and whose operation and maintenance is the sole responsibility of the householder or owner of the establishment's facilities. Such facilities provide for the disposal of treated wastewater by subsoil absorption, evaporation or evapotrans- piration and are not subject to the issuance of wastewater discharge orders by the Texas Department of Water Resources. Scum - shall mean a mass of sewage matter which floats on the surface of sewage. Septic Tank - shall mean a watertight, covered receptacle designed and constructed to receive the discharge of sewage from a building sewer, separate solids from the liquid, digest organic matter under anaerobic conditions and store digested solids through a period of detention, and allow the clarified liquids to be disposed of in an accep- table manner. Sewage - shall mean any wastewater containing animal or vege- table matter in suspension or solution, including liquids containing chemicals in solution, domestic wastewater, and laundry wastes. (Used interchangeably with the term wastewater) . Shall - is mandatory and discretionary and the word "may" is permissive. Single Family Residence - for the purpose of this ordinance only, shall mean a single family dwelling or mobile home. Sludge - shall mean the accumulated settleable solids deposited from sewage and containing more or less water to form a semi-liquid mass. Soil Absorption System - any system that utilized the soil for sub- sequent absorption of the treated sewage, such as an absorption trench or absorption bed. Standards - the standards set forth in the ordinance entitled "Con- struction Standards for Private Sewage Facilities" and all future amend- ments thereto, which were adopted by the Texas Board of Health, pur- suant to Article 4477-1 [Sec. 23(b) ] of the Texas Revised Civil Statutes Annotated as Texas Department of Health Rules 301.79.03.001-.003 and which were originally published in 2 Tex. Reg. 4978. The standards are adopted by reference as if copied verbatim herein. State - shall mean the State of Texas. -2- Subsurface Sewage Disposal System - shall mean a system for the disposal of the effluent from a septic tank or other facilities providing for soil absorption, evaporation or evapotranspiration. Wichita Falls Watershed - shall mean the lands and areas sur- rounding the Wichita Falls Water Supply, as defined above, but limited to the lands and areas which, due to terrain features and/or manmade facilities, are drained either directly or indirectly into the Wichita Falls Water Supply. Wichita Falls Water Supply - shall mean the waters of the Big Wichita River, the Little Wichita River, and its tributaries flowing through and/or impounded within Archer, Baylor, Clay and Wichita Counties, including waters impounded within the following, to-wit: Lake Arrowhead, Lake Diversion, Lake Kemp, Lake Kickapoo, Lake Ringgold and Lake Wichita. SECTION 2 Reworking of Existing Systems When existing septic tank systems malfunction and must be re- worked or when additional absorption bed is added, the corrective action must have the Health Department's prior approval and the work inspected while in progress. At the time of rework or addition, the sys- tem will be inspected with regard to the latest requirements and must comply where possible. A new application will be filed and a fee will be charged for this service and the Health Department septic tank sys- tem records will be changed to reflect these changes. Such a facility shall be an existing private sewage facility as long as that facility is not causing pollution, a threat to the public, or nuisance conditions. Any private sewage facility that has been actually used at any time during the twelve (12) month period immedi- ately preceding the effective date of this ordinance shall be conclusively presumed to have been in use on the effective date of the ordinance. SECTION 3 Permit Required It shall be unlawful to operate or construct a septic tank, includ- ing drainfield, or sewage disposal system, unless an application for permit therefor is obtained from the Air-Water Pollution Division of Wichita Falls/Wichita County Public Health District. The permit fees will be according to zones which will cover the Wichita Falls Watershed. This fee service is paid for in advance and will not be refunded at any time. Application forms shall be filled out before any construction can commence. This includes new septic tank installations and existing sep- tic tanks. -3- Water Pollution Division WICHITA FALLS/WICHITA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT IL • 1700 Third Street, Wichita Falls, Texas 76301-2199 817/322-9702, Ext. 222 • p�;m ::,r,argr O 10 20 30 40 50 ir'Ili _® ••9J ' SCALE IN MILES fAIN, • _ v �:�r aunron/���� � �lc 0; iii ria irk-.:-A ra ff/1 etrol�a• _ ayDatk r rZ ro Rosc , ` ish oke4 P.1 �� ' �, LA t .� :ARC; '�_ �J dB f "nett –� ���7 �0�`! •net!a Rmgq ®�j ?x:1 W Lake ' ankins\1 `® �5�. 1 Q�T7I 0 11 7 VW/ iNok *;�1 •1• �A Lake���-� 1 `, nla ue•• 6 �rkup q C• •. Blu• rove q I Red 4, Arcner • and rq ev. 0.'.•Q� Springs �litsk �,GIY �, indlho • ® � ON •cur ® r � �`1 Q �. 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All interested persons requesting the above located within a radius of 50 miles from Wichita Falls shall pay a fee according to the map zone. ZONE 1 = $50.00 ZONE 5 = $70.00 ZONE 2 = $55.00 ZONE 6 = $75.00 ZONE 3 = $60.00 ZONE 7 = $80.00 ZONE 4 = $65.00 ZONE 8 = $85.00 -4- Coolidge Threadgill Ali-84-85 Issuance of a Permit and Fees A permit shall be issued if after investigation, the Health Officer finds that: (a) The installation of a new septic tank system is in accord- ance with the regulations governing septic tanks approved by the Health Officer; or (b) The construction of existing septic tanks and/or drainfields is in accordance with the regulations governing septic tanks ap- proved by the Health Officer; or (c) A sewage disposal system other than a complete sewage treatment plant is constructed of cast iron or other materials ap- proved by the Wichita Falls Plumbing Code, that all waste disposal facilities of the property are discharged into the system, that the tank of the system is constructed so that the contents thereof cannot escape from the tank, that the waste is capable of being disposed of in a manner approved by the Health Officer, and that the system is constructed in accordance with plans specifica- tions approved by the Health Officer. New Septic Tank Installations Any person desiring to construct a septic tank and/or drainfield or any other sanitary sewage disposal facility shall make application for a permit to the Health Officer prior to starting work thereon. If the installation of such a septic tank system is in accordance with regula- tions governing septic tanks approved by the Health Officer, he shall issue a permit authorizing construction and operation of the tank. Existing Septic Tank Installations for Inspection Any person owning property in which there is located a septic tank or a drainfield must make application for inspection to obtain a permit from the Health Officer authorizing the continued use of such sep- tic tank and/or drainfield, if the installation and operation of the sep- tic tank and/or drainfield passed inspection. No septic tank or septic tank system shall be permitted to overflow nor the contents thereof be permitted to reach the surface of the ground. A separate permit shall be required for each septic tank, or sewage disposal system, regardless of common ownership or control. -5- SECTION 4 Septic Tank Design Standards - Residential House Sewer. The sewer from the house plumbing system to the septic tank should be constructed of structurally sound pipe such as cast iron or approved types of plastic pipe. Cast iron or high strength pipe should always have a minimum inside diameter of not less than three (3) inches and be compatible with the house stub out pipe. The slope of the house sewer should be no less than 1/4 inch fall per foot of pipe. The stub out location should be at the highest possible eleva- tion with respect to the house foundation to prevent deep septic tank systems. The line must be of watertight construction. Septic Tank Capacity Based on Sewage Loading. A properly de- signed septic tank should be watertight and should be of a capacity equal to the flow of sewage from the facilities being served for a two- day period. The settleable and suspended solids will undergo partial decomposition under anaerobic conditions. As a result of use, the septic tank will accumulate partially decomposed solids which must be removed periodically. As additional sewage is introduced into the tank, partially clarified effluent is discharged into the subsurface disposal field. It is very important that the septic tank be made large enough to accommo- date a two-day sewage loading. The best method of estimating a tank's sewage loading is based upon the number of bedrooms in the house. Inlet and Outlet Devices. Liquid penetration of the inlet device should be at least six (6) inches, but never greater than that of the outlet device. Liquid penetration of the outlet device should be approxi- mately 40 percent of the tank liquid depth. "T" branches are recom- mended for inlet and outlet devices because they provide a means for venting the gases produced by the decomposition process from the tank and absorption. Rework of Existin g Systems When existing septic tank systems malfunction and must be re- worked or when additional absorption bed is added, the corrective ac- tion must have the Air-Water Director's prior approval and the work inspected while in progress. At the time of rework or addition, the sys- tem will be inspected with regard to the latest requirements and must comply where possible. A new application will be filed and a fee will be charged for this service and records will be changed to reflect these changes. Additional Usage When bedrooms are added or the living unit is expanded to include more living area and the changes cause an increase in the usage of the septic tank system, the Air-Water Department must approve and inspect the rework or addition to the system. A new application will be filed and a fee will be charged for this service and the records will be changed to reflect these changes. -6- Availability of Public Sewer System Septic tank systems will not be approved when the lot is within 300 feet of a centralized public sewer or other collection system avail- able to the resident. When a public sewer or other centralized collection is brought within 300 feet of the nearest lot line of the property in question and is serviceable by gravity, the resident shall connect his sewage to the system within sixty (60) days. Where connection to the above system is not feasible, the owner of the sewer line must furnish a statement giving reasons. Therefore, a variance will be considered by the Health Authority whose decision shall be final. Effluent Disposal Systems shall meet the effluent disposal systems Table 4, pages 16-33 of the Construction Standards for Private Sewage Facilities, Texas Department of Health. SECTION 5 Requirements for Special Institutions A registered professional engineer, registered professional sanitar- ian, or similarly qualified person approved by the licensing authority; or the licensing authority, at its discretion, shall design all private sewage facilities serving institutions. Said designs shall be made in accordance with these Rules, including the Standards, except that single compartment treatment units shall not be utilized, but instead, treatment units with two or more compartments or two or more treatment units con- nected in series shall be utilized. Disposal of Holding Tank Contents It shall be unlawful for any person to place, leave or discharge any sewage from a holding tank treated or otherwise within the Control Area of the Wichita Falls Water Supply. The contents of holding tanks shall be discharged only to onshore facilities constructed, operated, and maintained so as to prevent pos- sible entrance of waste materials into the waters of the Wichita Falls Water Supply. Contents of other disposal units shall be disposed onshore in such a manner as not to create a public health nuisance and to prevent pos- sible entrance into the Wichita Falls Water Supply. SECTION 6 Watercraft and Marina Sanitation Requirements for Watercraft Toilet Facilities. It shall be unlawful for any watercraft to be operated on the waters of the Wichita Falls Water Supply which has a marine toilet capable of discharging sewage, -7- treated or otherwise, into the waters of the Wichita Falls Water Supply. Toilet facilities provided on watercraft used on the Wichita Falls Water Supply shall meet the sanitary requirements outlined in "Rules and Regulations Covering Disposal of Wastes from Watercraft" adopted by the Texas State Board of Health, June 13, 1966, provided, however, that excursion boats, houseboats, and other watercraft having overnight sleeping facilities thereon shall have toilet facilities which comply with the requirements herein above mentioned. Minimum Standards for Watercraft Toilet Facilities Any marine toilet located on or within any watercraft operated on waters of the Wichita Falls Water Supply shall comply with "Rules and Regulations Covering Disposal of Wastes from Watercraft," as set out be- low: Any marine toilet located on or within any boat operated on waters of this State shall have securely affixed to the discharge outlet a holding tank located on the boat, provided so as to meet the following specifications: (1) The holding tank shall be so constructed as to pre- vent the removal of the sewage held therein except by pumping therefrom by onshore facilities. (2) The holding tank ' shall be constructed of material which will withstand the corrosion effects of the sewage and the disinfecting chemicals used. It shall be so located as to minimize the possibility of rupture. (3) The holding tank shall be properly vented to the outside of the boat in such a manner as not to defile the interior of the boat structure. Excursion Boats Separate toilet facilities for both sexes which meet the above described minimum standards must be provided on excursion boats carry- ing more than 15 passengers. Marina and Picnic Area Toilet Facilities Separate toilet facilities for both sexes must be provided at com- mercial docks and marinas, at commercial parks and picnic areas within the Control Area of water supply. Marinas must be made to discharge waste matter from fish cleaning, cooking, and toilet facilities onto the shore into either a sanitary sewer system, if available, or into an ap- proved septic tank system. Enforcement All watercraft and marinas located upon waters of the Wichita Falls Water Supply shall be subject to inspection by the Health Officer or any lawfully designated agent or inspector thereof at any time for -8- I __ the purpose of determining whether such watercraft or marina is in com- pliance with this ordinance. Inspection All resident pleasure boats, transient pleasure boats, excursion boats, houseboats, picnic areas, and marinas shall be inspected annually. There shall be an initial inspection fee according to the mileage/ zone map and an annual renewal inspection fee for excursion boats, houseboats, picnic areas, and marinas. Permits shall be issued on a calendar year basis to expire on January 31st of each year, and shall be renewable only upon compliance with provisions of this ordinance and payment of the fees required thereby. Charge shall be the same as for inspection fee for septic tanks in the applicable zone (see Section 3) . SECTION 7 Pollution - Lakes Litter shall mean garbage including animal and vegetable wastes resulting from the preparation, cooking, and consumption of food; and trash, including boxes, crates, cloth, paper, cans, bottles, and any other refuse or debris and specifically including moss, weeds, or other marine vegetation growths which may be cut loose and set adrift in the course of attempting to kill off such growth. There shall not be dumped, thrown, drained or discharged, di- rectly or indirectly, into the Wichita Falls Water Supply, any sewage, industrial waste, oil, effluent, waste, gas, liquid, weed killer (herbi- cide) , litter, soil, solid or other matter of a nature or in quantities or in a concentration, that by itself, or in conjunction with any other such matters, does or tends to render the waters of the Wichita Falls Water Supply unfit or undesirable for use as a domestic, agricultural, industrial, or commercial source or supply of water, or that does or tends to cause the said waters to become unsanitary, odorous, polluted, discolored, or contaminated, or that does or tends to render such waters undesirable or unfit for recreational purposes. The doing of any act prohibited hereby shall hereafter be referred to as "pollution." Pollution shall refer to water quality criteria as established by the Texas Water Quality Board or determined by the Health Officer. Pursuant to the authority granted by the State of Texas in Subdiv- sion 19 of Article 1175, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, each of the acts prohibited hereby is declared to be a public nuisance and unlawful, and any person committing any act prohibited hereby, or failing to do any act required by this ordinance shall be guilty of violating the pro- visions of this ordinance. -9- Authorization for Experimentation Notwithstanding any other provisions herein before, authority may be granted by the Health Officer in his discretion to authorize the use of experimental substances, materials or equipment which he feels may contribute to the overall intent of the provisions of this ordinance so long as they do not endanger the public health. In all cases, applica- tion for authorization to utilize such experimental substances, materials, or equipment must be made to the Health Officer who shall, if he ap- proved such application, issue a written permit spelling out in detail any limitations which he may consider to be essential in protecting the interests of the public. SECTION 8 Penalty for Violations Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance, and any person who does any act requiring a permit under the provisions hereof without a valid permit and any person who fails or refuses to comply with any of the provisions hereof, shall be guilty of a misde- meanor and upon conviction shall be fined not less than two hundred dollars ($200.00) . Each day that such violation continues shall consti- tute a separate offense and be punishable as such. This penalty shall be in addition to and supplemental of any other remedies available to • the City of Wichita Falls to suppress and abate the acts and conditions prohibited under the provisions hereof. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS DAY OF -4u._ , , 198?f i/ AA c MAYOR ATTEST: ,� CITY CLERK -10- Affidavit of Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WICHITA (Poste Clipping Here) ORDINANCE NO.1-85 On this 28 day of January AN ORDINANCE CLOSING,VA- CATING,AND ABANDONING A PORTION OF AN EASEMENT A.D. 1985 . personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority LOCATED IN LOT 4, BLOCK 2, MIDWESTERN PARK,UNIT 2,AN bookkeeper ADDITION TO THE CITY OF i Toni Helve i re WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS ORDINANCE NO.2-85 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING I THE OPERATION AND MAIN-i for the Times Publishing Company of Wichita Falls, publishers of the TENANCE OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR PUBLIC AND SEMI- Wichita Falls Record News, a newspaper published at Wichita Falls in PUBLIC SWIMMING POOLS, . WADING POOLS, PORTABLE POOLS, DIVING TOWERS, Wichita County. Texas, and upon being duly sworn by me, on oath states WATER SLIDES, SPAS, WHIRL- POOLS, PUBLIC BATHS HOUSES that the Attached.advertisement is a true and correct copy of advertising AND RELATED POOL AREAS AND EQUIPMENT;REQUIRING A PER- MIT,ESTABLISH A FEE; REQUIR- published in_., ONE(1) issues thereof on the following ING CERTIFICATION OF A POOL P MANAGER OF OPERATION AND ESTABLISHING A FEE; AND, dates: PROVIDING FOR ENFORCE- Jan. 25 MENT. • ORDINANCE NO.3-85 ORDINANCE EXTENDING ORDI- NANCE NO. 83-84, WHICH (-\ �/`-�� �� �� ,.-� WAIVED SECTIONS 31-51, .. 31-54,and 31-55 OF THE CODE( Bookkeeper for Times Publishing Company OF ORDINANCES, REQUIRING TAXIMETERS IN VEHICLES FOR of Wichita Falls HIRE, AND SECTION 31-47, RE- QUIRING CHAUFFEUR-DRIVEN VEHICLES FOR HIRE TO BE , PLAINLY MARKED, CONCERN- first Subscribed and sworn to before me this the day and year rst above ING UMOUSINE SERVICE BY 1 STEVE KNUDSEN AND MICHAEL L) written. F.GRIFFITH. ORDINANCE NO.4-85 ORDINANCE CHANGING THE t TIME OF THE SECOND REGULAR 1' '---AL4 z CITY COUNCIL MEETING IN FEB- a RUARY, 1985, TO SEVEN ((v// O'CLOCK P.M. - ORDINANCE NO.6-85 ORDINANCE NO.8-85 ORDINANCE NO.5-85 ORDINANCE PROVIDING REGU- AN ORDINANCE CLOSING, VA- - AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING LATION FOR THE TRANSPOR- CATING,AND ABANDONING A FOR PRIVATE SEWAGE DIS- TATION AND DISCHARGE OF PORTION OF A TWENTY (20) - POSH/ SYSTEM, DEFINING . 1• -�f LIQUID, SOLID AND SPECIAL FOOT WIDE, NORTH-SOUTH TERMS: PROHIBITING POL- 7:1C, a exas T .'`1 -s a W A S T E; R E Q U I R I N G ALLEY LOCATED BETWEEN LOTS LUTION OF THE WICHITA FALLS fission Expires TTT��� d AUTHORIZED SITE AND 9 AND 10, BLOCK 14, SIKES WATER SUPPLY; REQUIRING ° `'� METHOD OF DISPOSAL; REGU- ESTATES, SECTION F-1, PERMITS FOR CONSTRUCTION LATING WHAT WASTES MAY BE WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS. AND OPERATION OF PRIVATE GENERATED AND TRANS- ORDINANCE NO.9-85 SEWAGE FACIUTIES; PRESCRIB- PORTED FOR DISPOSAL; REGU- ORDINANCE ENTITLED"EMERG- ING PROCEDURES FOR OBTAIN- LATING THE GENERATION AND ENCY REPORTING EQUIPMENT ING PERMITS; INSPECTIONS ACCUMULATION OF WASTES AND PROCEDURES"; PROVID- AND PAYMENT OF FEES;REGU- INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED ING DEFINITIONS; REQUIRING LATING WATERCRAFT AND TO, GREASE TRAP, GRIT TRAP, A PERMIT OF ALARM SYSTEM MARINE SANITATION ON THE AND SPETIC TANK WASTE; USERS; PROVIDING SERVICE WICHITA FALLS WATER SUPPLY; PROVIDING FOR PERMIT FEES; FEES FOR ALARM NOTIFICA- AND PROVIDING FOR ENFORCE- AND PROVIDING FOR ENFORCE- TIONS; PROVIDING FOR REVO- MENT MENT. AUTHORIZATION TO CATION OF PERMIT; REGU- ORDINANCE NO.6-85 ENACT UNDER PROVISIONS OF LATING ALARM REPORTING ORDINANCE PROVIDING REGU- ARTICLE 4477-7, VERNON'S AND OPERATION;PROHIBITING LATION FOR THE TRANSPOR- TEXAS CIVIL STATUTES, AND 'DIAL ALARM DEVICES USING TATION AND DISCHARGE OF THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARD FOR LIQUID, SOLID AND SPECIAL HEALTH'S "MUNICIPAL SOLID PR E-R E C O D I N G VOICE WASTE; REQUIRING WASTE MANAGEMENT REGU- MESSAGES; POOVIDING FOR AUTHORIZED SITE AND LATIONS." PROTECTION OF FINANCIAL IN- METHOD OF DISPOSAL; REGU- ORDINANCE NO.7-85 STITUTIONS; PROVIDING A LATING WHAT WASTES MAY BE AN ORDINANCE MAKING AN PENALTY NOT TO EXCEED GENERATED AND TRANS- APPROPRIATION FROM THE $200; PROVIDING 90 DAYS PORTED FOR DISPOSAL; REGU- GENERAL FUND TO THE AC- AFTER PASSAGE AS THE EFFEC- LATING THE GENERATION AND' COUNT NUMBER LISTED BELOW, I TIVE DATE. ACCUMULATION OF WASTES INCREASING BUDGETED REV- ' INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED ENUE FIGURES TO RECOGNIZE TO, GREASE TRAP, GRIT TRAP, REVENUES TO BE RECEIVED I AND SPETIC TANK WASTE; FROM THE OPERATION OF THE 1 PROVIDING FOR PERMIT FEES; POLICE IMPOUND FACILITY, ! _ AND PROVIDING FOR ENFORCE- • AND DECLARING AN EMERG- MENT. AUTHORIZATION TO ENCY.