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TITLE 14: ZONING (PART 2)
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Due to the size of the Zoning Code, it has been divided to two pages.
For the previous chapter containing the complete Zoning Ordinance, please refer to first page:
CHAPTER 14.08 ZONING COMMISSION
14.08.02 Previous payments
14.08.01 Salary Members of the Zoning Commission of the city of Clinton shall receive a salary for their service on said commission as follows:
A. Each Commissioner shall receive the sum of Seventy-Five Dollars ($75.00) per month.
B. Said amount shall only be due and payable if the Commissioner is in attendance at the regularly scheduled Zoning Commission meeting each month. No additional salary shall be paid for attendance at any special meetings of the Zoning Commission or at any committee or subcommittee meetings of the Zoning Commission. (Ord. No. 04-14, Sec. 1.)
14.08.02 Previous payments All payments for salaries of members of the Clinton zoning Commission paid prior to the adoption of this ordinance are hereby ratified and approved. (Ord. No. 04-14, Sec. 2.)
CHAPTER 14.09 RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARK
14.09.02 Previous payments
14.09.03 Permit Required
14.09.04 General Requirements
14.09.05 Extended Rentals
14.09.01 Definitions The following definitions shall apply as related to this ordinance:
Recreational Vehicle (RV) – Any vehicle, whether self propelled or pushed or towed, of any kind that is designed and manufactured or modified to allow for human occupancy or habitation including sleeping quarters but not necessarily including running water or sewer or electrical or gas connections.
Recreational Vehicle Park (RV Park) – Any tract of land designed to allow or accommodate two or more RV’s at one time in exchange for the payment of rent, fees, costs or compensation or remuneration of any kind. (Ord. No. 2007-12, Sec. 1.)
14.09.02 Construction limited It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or entity of any kind to construct and or operate an RV Park within the City of Clinton without having first complied with the requirements of this Ordinance. This ordinance shall not apply to commercial locations that offer RVs for sale or lease and do not provide overnight sites for owners to occupy. (Ord. No. 2007-12, Sec. 2.)
14.09.03 Permit Required Prior to the construction of any RV Park within the City of Clinton, the applicant shall apply for a permit from the City of Clinton, through its Zoning Official. The application for said permit shall include the following:
1. The name, address and phone number of the applicant. 2. The location and legal description of the proposed RV Park. 3. A plat showing the proposed number of sites or spaces designed for accommodating RVs, proposed internal streets, drainage plans, electrical and plumbing hookups and site grading. 4. Plans for any and all building to be constructed on the property. 5. Copies of all licenses or permits required by the State of Arkansas. 6. The design plan showing compliance with the general requirements of this Ordinance. 7. The appropriate fee for site preparation, building permits, sign permits or other fees required by this or other City ordinances. (Ord. No. 2007-12, Sec. 3.)
14.09.04 General Requirements
1. RV Parks are only allowed in areas that are zoned to allow such a use.
2. Underpinnings of RVs in extended stay sites must be constructed according to the manufacturers specifications or otherwise be approved by the Clinton Zoning Official as not constituting a nuisance or violating any of Clinton’s land use or zoning regulations or ordinances.
3. Any and all RV parks must provide a minimum of fifteen (15) spaces available for lease or rent.
4. Each individual site in an RV Park must have individual hook ups for water, sewer and electricity. Gas hook ups are optional but if supplied they must be separate for each site.
5. Only one RV shall be allowed in any one space at any one time.
6. All individual sites must be numbered with the areas within the Park identified.
7. All RV Parks must have a contract for trash pickup for the entire park at the time of application for a permit. Any changes in the provider of trash pickup to the Park must be identified to the Clinton Zoning Official.
8. The RV Park must install and maintain adequate fire Hydrants according to the specifications of the Clinton Fire Chief so as to provide fire service equal to the city’s ISO rating at the time of the application.
9. Fencing is required along any property line of the proposed RV Park that adjoins any residentially zoned property. Fences must be constructed according to Clinton requirements as provided in the zoning and land use Ordinances of the City of Clinton.
10. The planting of shrubbery as a barrier is allowable provided said plantings comply with the same requirements as fencing .
11. All plumbing and electrical connections must meet City of Clinton requirements and be inspected by the Clinton Zoning official prior to being covered in any manner.
12. All sites, internal streets and drainage must meet City of Clinton requirements and must be inspected by the Clinton Zoning official prior to and during construction.
13. All sites must be on a reasonably level grade of no more than two inch (2″) of fall for each 12 feet (12′) of length and must meet the state requirements of distance apart.
14. All signage for the Park shall meet City of Clinton specifications and shall be permitted separately.
15. All contractors working on the construction of the Park shall meet the licensing requirements of the State of Arkansas.
16. All designs, architectural drawings or other plans submitted for the design or plans of the proposed RV Park shall be done by a licensed engineer or architect. (Ord. No. 2007-12, Sec. 4.)
17. All sites must be on a reasonably level grade of no more than two inch (2″) of fall for each twelve feet (12′) of length, constructed of asphalt or four inches (4) of concrete, and must meet the state requirements of distance apart. (Ord. No. 2009-01, Sec. 1.)
14.09.05 Extended Rentals If any individual site is leased or rented for an extended stay of six (6) months or more without the movement of the RV from the site, the Clinton Zoning official must be informed and the site reinspected every six months for as long as the RV remains. Any extended stay site is subject to the provisions of Clinton Nuisance Ordinance. (Ord. No. 2007-12, Sec. 5.)
14.09.06 Inspections Each RV Park shall be inspected as follows: 1. When utilities are laid but prior to any covering of any kind. 2. Before the pouring of any foundation pad. 3. After framing of any building but prior to being covered in any manner. 4. Upon completion of project but prior to opening for business. 5. Every six (6) months for extended stay sites. Final Inspections will include review and sign offs of the Clinton Zoning official as well as the Street Department, Fire Department and the Water and Sewer Department. (Ord. No. 2007-12, Sec. 6.)
14.09.07 Fees The following fees shall apply to the provisions of this Ordinance:
Plan Review $350.00
Inspection fee (per Inspection) $ 100.00
Building fees per building on property $ 50.00 (1st 500 feet) Plus $.05 per foot thereafter not to exceed $150.00 per building) 14.09.08
Violations A violation of the requirements of this Ordinance shall subject the offender to a fine of up to $250.00 per occurrence. For purposes of this Ordinance each day that a project proceeds without the proper permit and fee or each day a violation continues after the project is open for business shall constitute a separate occurrence.
CHAPTER 14.12 SIGNS
14.12.01 Purpose, authority and jurisdiction
14.12.04 Administration and enforcement
14.12.01 Purpose, authority and jurisdiction
A. Purpose This ordinance is enacted to ensure the coordinated, adjusted, and the harmonious placement of signs within all Zoning Districts of the city of Clinton. No sign shall be erected or maintained unless in compliance with the regulations of this ordinance, except that a non-conforming sign which shall comply with the provisions set forth in 14.12.03 may be maintained, if in existence prior to the adoption of this ordinance.
B. Authority The authority to enact these regulations is granted by Act 26 of the 1955 Acts of Arkansas, as amended, and Act 186 of the 1957 Acts of Arkansas.
C. Jurisdiction This ordinance applies to all land within the corporate limits of Clinton, Arkansas, as now or hereafter set, as portrayed on the official Zoning Map. (Ord. No. 04-10, Sec. 1.)
14.12.02 Definitions In the construction of this ordinance, the definitions contained in this section shall be observed and applied, except when the context clearly indicates otherwise. The interpretations shall be liberally construed. The following word use shall apply in order to provide clarity of interpretation:
A. Words used in the present tense shall include the past, the plural and the singular.
B. The word “shall” is mandatory and not discretionary.
C. The word “may” is permissive.
D. The word “lot” shall include the words “lot” “parcel.” The word “building” includes all other structures of every kind regardless of similarity to buildings.
Highway Commercial – HC A district established to serve highway traffic.
General Industrial – 1 A district established to provide space for manufacturing related activities.
Portable sign A mobile sign that is mounted on a trailer-type frame or portable wood or metal frame not permanently attached to the ground.
Residential zone – R-1 Primarily single-family, low-density residential.
Residential Zone – R-2 R-1, plus medium density residential, to include duplex, rooming and boarding, bed and breakfast, and single family mobile home.
Residential Zone – R-3 R-1, R-2, plus mobile/manufactured home park. (Ord. No. 04-10, Sec. 2.)
General Provisions The following regulations shall apply to all signs in the city of Clinton, Arkansas:
A. A permit shall be required for the erection, alteration, or reconstruction of any sign intended for the view from the public right-of-way unless otherwise noted, and shall be issued by the Zoning Official in accordance with 14.12.04 of this ordinance.
B. Signs must be constructed of durable materials, maintained in good condition, and not permitted to become dilapidated. Any sign that is not maintained and becomes dilapidated must be removed as provided by subsection 3 of this ordinance.
C. If the use for which a sign is related ceases operation, the sign must be removed within sixty (60) days.
D. Sign’s face and structures must be comparable to professional grade quality. (More clearly defined as all graphics, lettering, structures or any other component of the sign and structure must be equal to or better than workmanship constructed by a licensed or professional sign shop.) Final approval must be given by City Official before permit is issued. (Ord. No. 2013-05, Sec. 2.)
Prohibited signs The following signs are prohibited in the city of Clinton, Arkansas.
A. Signs imitating warning signals No sign shall display intermittent lights resembling the flashing lights customarily used in traffic signals or in police, fire, ambulance, or rescue vehicles, nor shall any sign use the words “stop,” “danger,” or any other word, phrase, symbol, or character in a manner that might mislead or confuse the driver of a vehicle.
B. Signs within street or highway right-of-way Except as herein provided, no sign whatsoever, whether temporary or permanent, except traffic signs, signals, and information signs erected by a public agency, is permitted within any street or highway right-of-way.
C. Certain attached and painted signs Signs painted on or attached to trees, fence posts, telephone or other utility poles, or signs painted on or attached to rocks or other natural features are prohibited. Sign may be painted on the roofs of buildings, only with approval of Zoning Commission.
Signs for which a permit is not required A permit is not required for the following types of signs in any zoning district.
A. Traffic, directional, warning, or information signs authorized by any public agency.
B. Official notices issued by any court, public agency, or office.
C. Yard-sale signs, provided they are collected at the end of the last day of the sale. Non-collection will be grounds for citation.
D. One non-illuminated FOR SALE, FOR RENT, or FOR LEASE sign, not exceeding six (6) square feet in area in residential districts, with the exception of property five (5) acres or larger. Residential, five (5) acres and larger, plus all non-residential districts may utilize a sign to twenty (20) square feet. Signs shall be located not less than ten (10) feet back from the street right-of-way line, unless attached to the front wall of a building.
E. Entrance, exit and instructional signs, so long as they do not exceed four (4) square feet in area, and are no higher than three feet (3) above adjacent pavement or ground level and contain no advertisement.
F. Identification signs indicating the name and street number or owner or occupant of a parcel so long as such signs do not exceed four (4) sq. ft. of copy area.
G. Bulletin boards, which are defined as permanent signs that primarily display the name of a non-commercial place of public assembly and announce the upcoming events of that organization. In order to not require a permit, such a sign shall not exceed thirty-six (36) sq. ft. of copy area or five (5) feet in height. Signs of this type shall be restricted to one (1) per parcel.
H. Signs identifying projects under construction which denote the name of the project, the architect, engineer, contractor, owner, etc., so long as such signs do not exceed twenty-five (25) sq. ft. in residential districts, or one hundred (100) sq. ft. in non-residential zones, are not illuminated, and are removed within seven (7) days of the completion of the project.
I. Signs attached or integrated into a gasoline pump, automatic bank teller machine, or drive through component of a fast food restaurant, which give operational instructions to users, the price of the product, the brand name of the product, or descriptive information about the product.
Regulations applied to specified types of signs
A. Wall signs Signs on the walls of a building (including signs attached flat against the wall, painted wall signs and projecting signs) shall meet the following requirements: 1. Signs on the front surface of a building The total area of signs on the exterior front surface of a building shall not exceed twenty percent (20%) of the front surface of the building. 2. Signs on the side and rear surface of a building The total area of signs on a side or rear surface of a building shall not exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of the exterior side or rear surface. 3. Combined signs area The combined sign area on the front, side, and rear surface of a building must not exceed the total sign area permitted within the Zoning District in which the sign or signs are to be located. 4. Projecting signs Wall signs attached flat against a wall may extend not more than twenty-four (24) inches passed the end of the wall. Signs projecting from a wall may extend outward from the wall not more than six and one-half (6 ½ ) feet and may be located not closer than eighteen (18) inches to a vertical plane at the street curb line. A projecting sign shall not extend above the roof line a distance greater than the height of the roof above the ground level. In no case shall signs project beyond property lines.
B. Signs for projects under construction See Section 8-3, subsection 7 above.
C. Subdivision entrance signs One (1) or two (2) signs shall be permitted at each entrance of a residential subdivision, provided that such signs do not exceed a total of one hundred twenty (120) sq. ft. of copy area at any subdivision entrance; provided further that such signs shall have a maximum height of six (6) feet. If illuminated, only indirect lighting shall be permitted. If such subdivision entrance sign is built into a decorative wall or fence, the maximum copy area and setback requirements shall comply with regulations for fences contained herein.
D. Private directional signs Signs indicating the location and direction of premises available for sale or in the process of development, but not erected upon such premises, and having inscribed thereon the name of the owner, developer, builder, or agency, may be erected and maintained, provided: 1. the size of any such sign is not in excess of six (6) sq. ft., and not in excess of four (4) feet in length; 2. no more than one (1) such sign is erected for each five hundred (500) feet of street frontage.
E. Free-standing signs Free-standing signs shall meet building code structural provisions and UL (Underwriter’s Laboratories) electrical requirements.
F. Portable signs 1. Usage of portable signs shall conform to permitting requirements in 14.12.03, prohibited sign requirements, number of signs permitted stipulations and subsection of this ordinance, except as provided below. 2. If a portable sign is to be illuminated, it shall be in compliance of all Arkansas Fire Prevention Codes and UL Regulations. Any electrical wiring, utilized for illumination extended from a building to a portable sign, shall be encased in a solid conduit pipe and shall be buried underground or beneath pavement. Utilization of an above ground electric extension cord is expressly prohibited. 3. All portable signs in use at the time this ordinance passes, with one exception, must be removed or made to conform with this ordinance within six (6) months from the time of passage. The one exception, above ground power cords must be corrected immediately.
G. Political campaign signs Political campaign signs shall be permitted in any Zoning District. Such signs shall not count in calculations for the number of signs permitted or calculations of sign area permitted included in 14.12.03 of this ordinance. Such signs shall conform with all other provisions of this and all other applicable ordinances of the city of Clinton. Specifically, no political or campaign may be erected within the right-of-way of any road or street or upon any easement owned by the city of Clinton. No such sign be placed in such a manner that it obscures, or interferes with, the ability of a driver of any motor vehicle to see other traffic, road signs or markings, traffic signals or signs or pedestrians on sidewalks or in cross walks. Sign illumination Illumination devices shall be so placed and shielded so that rays therefrom or from the signs itself will not be directly cast into any residential dwelling unit, or in the eyes of a vehicle driver. All illumination devices and wiring shall be installed in a permanent and safe manner. Height limitations No sign shall exceed (30) feet in height. All existing signs at the time of the approval of this amendment shall upon replacement be required to meet this height requirement. Height is measured from base at ground level to top of structure. Planning & Zoning Committee can consider increasing height to (40) feet only in locations where structures or property placement would require it. (Ord. No. 2013-05, Sec. 2.)
Signs permitted in Residential District The following types of signs are permitted in R-1 and R-2 zones:
A. Signs for which permits are not required.
B. Permitted use and conditional use structures allowed by zoning ordinance or approved by the Zoning Commission in compliance with the current Zoning Ordinance that traditionally require a sign or bulletin board. The single sign or bulletin board shall not exceed sixty (60) sq. ft. in area and be non-illuminated. Such sign or bulletin board shall be set back not less than ten (10) feet from any street right-of-way line.
C. Home occupations within residential districts are limited to a sign not in excess of four (4) sq. ft. attached to the structure.
D. Subdivision signs and private directional signs, under the provisions of 14.12.03.
E. Political campaign signs, in accordance with 14.12.03.
Signs permitted in Commercial and Industrial Districts The following types of signs are permitted in HC and I Districts:
A. All signs permitted in residential district are permitted in commercial and manufacturing districts.
B. Commercial Billboards are not allowed within the City of Clinton. Existing Billboards at the time of the amending of this ordinance will be allowed until they are deemed unsightly or unsafe by the Zoning Official, at that time a new permit must be applied for and will be considered by the Planning and Zoning Commission. If a permit is granted to install a new structure it must be one (1) metal pylon that meets the current height and size specifications of this ordinance. A total sign area not to exceed 300 square feet and not to exceed a total height of 30 feet from base at ground level to top of sign. Design and structure must be approved prior to permit approval. Any sign face not currently rented must be covered with a white banner material within 60 days of expiration of rental agreement. (Ord. No. 2013-05, Sec. 2.)
C. On any lot fronting on a state or federal highway in a HC, or I district on which no business enterprise is located, one off-premise, free-standing sign structure having a total sign area not to exceed three hundred (300) sq. ft. is permitted. Additional sign structures, each of which is not to exceed three hundred (300) sq. ft. in sign area, are permitted provided they are spaced not closer than five hundred (500) linear feet from any other sign structure of greater than one hundred fifty sq. ft. Any off-premise sign of greater than one hundred fifty (150) sq. ft. shall be required to be spaced a minimum of three hundred (300) feet from any residentially zoned parcel.
D. LED signs are allowed on any lot fronting a state or federal highway in a HC, Industrial, or Commercial District . One is allowed per business and not to exceed 150 square feet of total sign copy area and must meet all state regulations and or requirements on LED signs, including being equipped with automatic dimming device as per state regulations. i. Minimum height to bottom of sign is 8 feet from ground . Total height from base at ground level to top of structure is 30 feet. ii. Permit fee for this type of sign is $300.00 for first 100 feet plus $2.00 per foot up to a total of 150 square feet max total per sign. iii. Any Local Business that has an LED permitted sign for that local business, located on the property where the business is operating, may promote or advertise for other business events or community events if they so choose. iv. For rent or lease LED Commercial Billboards are not allowed, except in the case where an existing Commercial Billboard is now located. LED Commercial Billboards may be considered by the Planning & Zoning Committee, when the current Commercial Billboards that are in place at the time of adoption of this Ordinance, are considered for replacement . (Ord. No. 2013-05, Sec. 2.)
Signs permitted in R-3 Districts The following types of signs are permitted in R-3 Districts:
A. One (1) non-illuminated professional or business name plate not exceeding four (4) sq. ft. in area mounted flat against the wall of a building in which there is conducted a permitted home occupation. B. Any sign or signs, illuminated or non-illuminated, not to exceed a combined total sign area of three hundred (300) sq. ft. per mobile home park. Non-conforming uses A. Signs in use prior to the adoption of this ordinance that do not comply with this ordinance will be classified as a non-conforming use. These signs may remain in use until they become dilapidated, or are moved.
B. Once a non-conforming sign has been move, it may not be placed back on the property until it becomes a conforming use.
C. If a non-conforming sign becomes dilapidated, it must be removed within sixty (60) days from legal notification from the Zoning Official. (Ord No. 04-10, Sec. 3.)
14.12.04 Administration and enforcement
A. The provisions of this ordinance shall be administered and enforced by the Zoning Official. He may be provided with the assistance of such other persons as the City council may direct.
B. A permit shall be required for the erection, alteration, or reconstruction of any sign intended for view from the public right-of-way (unless otherwise noted).
C. Permits may be obtained from the Zoning Department. The fees will be listed on the city of Clinton, Zoning Department Fee Schedule.
D. Permits are not transferable. Must be in the name of current business owner.
Local Business – Free Standing or Attached to Building
Minimum fee to 50 square feet: $50.00 Each square foot over 50 square feet: $00.50
Maximum Fee not to exceed $200.00
A $25.00 extra charge will be assessed if the Zoning Official has to visit a business that has installed a sign without a permit. This is in addition to any other cost or penalty.
Commercial-For Lease…………NO COMMERCIAL BILLBOARDS ALLOWED
Existing billboards (Grandfathered in as per Ordinance)
Permit Fee: $500.00 each separate sign face.
LED Signs $300.00 for first 100 Square feet, plus $2 .00 per square foot up to a total of 150 Square feet per sign. (Ord. No. 2013-05, Sec. 2.)
The Zoning Official may order the removal of any sign that is not in accordance with the provisions of this ordinance. Such removal shall be at the expense of the property owner or lessee. (Ord. No. 04-10, Sec. 5.)
4.12.05 Penalties In addition to the authority granted to the Zoning Official in Article 4 to Order the removal of any sign that is not in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance, any person, corporation, partnership, LLC, proprietorship or other business entity of any kind that is the owner of any sign erected or maintained in violation of this ordinance, or is the owner of the land upon which such signs is erected shall be subject to a fine of double the current cost of a sign permit from the City of Clinton for said sign per each day that the sign is not in compliance with this Ordinance.
Liability for said fines or penalties shall begin to accrue from after notice of a violation from the Zoning Official to the person or entity that is the owner of the sign or the land upon which it is placed. Any person, corporation, partnership, LLC, proprietorship or other business entity of any kind that is the owner of any business that has closed and is no longer operating as a business and has a sign permitted under this Ordinance shall remove said sign within sixty (60) days of said closure. Failure to effect said removal shall subject the owner to a fine of double the current cost of a sign permit from the City of Clinton for said sign per each day that the sign is not in compliance with this Ordinance. Liability for said fines or penalties shall begin to accrue upon notice of a violation from the Zoning Official to the person or entity that is the owner of the sign or the land upon which it is placed.(Ord. No. 2005-20, Sec. 1.)
CHAPTER 14.16 ANNEXING, VACATING AND RE-ZONING OF PROPERTY
14.16.01 Annexations adopted by reference
14.16.01 Annexations adopted by reference
Ord. No. 30-A of 1946 Part of Section 14 & 15, Twp 11 N., Range 14
Ord. No. 83 of 1968 Part of NE 1/4, NW 1/4 NE 1/4 Section 23, Twp 11 N, Range 14
Ord. No. 94 of 1972 NE 1/4 Section 26, Twp ww N, Range 14 West
Ord. No. 95 of 1972 NW corner Section 23, Twp. 11 N, Range 14 West
Ord. No. 103 or 1977 Part of S ½ , SE 1/4, Section 10
Ord. No. 119 of 1980 Part of W ½ SE 1/4, Section 26, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Ord. No. 124 of 1982 E ½ , Section 3, T-11-N, R-14-W;
SE 1/4 and S ½ NE 1/4, Section 9, T-11-N, R-14-W;
All Section 10 North of City Limits, T-11-N, R-14-W;
All Section 11, T-11-N, R-14-W;
SW 1/4, Section 12, T-11-N. R-14-W;
W ½ , Section 13, T-11-N, R-14-W;
All Section 14 not in City Limits, T-11-N, R-14-W;
All Section 15 not in City Limits, T-11-N, R-14-W;
E ½ , Section 16, T-11-N. R-14-W;
NE 1/4, Section 22, T-11-N. R-14-W;
All Section 23 not in City Limits, T-11-N, R-14-W;
NW 1/4 and N ½ SW 1/4, Section 24, T-11-N, R-14-W;
All Section 26 not in City Limits, T-11-N, R-14-W;
SE 1/4 SE 1/4, Section 27, T-11-N, R-14-W;
E 1/4, Section 34, T-11-N, R-14-W;
Section 35, T-11-N, R-14-W;
N- 3/4, Section 2, T-11-N, R-14-W;
E ½ NE 1/4 and NE 1/4 SE 1/4, Section 3, T-10-N, R-14-W.
Ord. No. 130 of 1983 17.05 acres in SE 1/4 SE 1/4, Section 2
Part of SE 1/4 SE 1/4 Section 2 and NW 1/4 NE 1/4, Section 11
Part of NW 1/4 NE 1/4, Section 11, Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
Part of N ½ NE 1/4, Section 11, Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
Part of N ½ NW 1/4 NE 1/4 Section 11, Twp 10 N, Range 14
Ord. No. 131 of 1983 NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 containing 40 acres
Ord. No. 136 of 1985 NW 1/4 of NE 1/4, Section 2, Twp 10 N, Range 14
Lot 39 of Honey Hills Subdivision
Part of NW 1/4 NW 1/4, Section 13, Twp 11 N, Range 14
Ord. No. 158 of 1987 Arkansas Power and Light Company easement
Ord. No. 158 of 1987 NW 1/4 SE 1/4, containing 40 acres
All in Section 2, Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
SE corner SW 1/4 SE 1/4 Section 2, Twp 10 N, Range 14
Ord. No. 88-173 of 1988 Lots 11 & 12 of Pine Tree Acres Subdivision
Ord. No. 88-175 SE 1/4 NW 1/4 of Section 16, Twp 11 N, Range 14
Ord. No. 89-187 of 1989 E ½ SE 1/4 of Section 22, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Ord. No. 89-188 of 1989 Lots 11 & 12 of Unit 1 of Pine Tree Acres Subdivision
Part of NW 1/4 of Section 14, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Part of W ½ SE 1/4, SE 1/4, Section 26, Twp 11 N, Range 14
W ½ NW 1/4 SE 1/4, Section 11, Twp 11 N, Range 14
Part NE 1/4 NE 1/4, Section 3 Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
Ord. No. 97-255 Gary St. abutting Lots 17-23 of Sim-Lock Subdivision
Ord. No. 00-283 Part of SE ¼, Sec. 2, Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
Part of Lot 3, Block No. 2, New Choctaw
Part of NE ¼, Sec. 2, Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
Part of SE ¼ of Sec. 2, Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
Part of SW ¼, Sec. 12, Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
Part of NW ¼, Sec. 12, Twp 10 N, Range 14 West
Part of NW ¼, Sec. 36, Twp 11 N, Range 4 West
Part of SW ¼, Sec. 25, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Part of NW ¼, Sec. 36, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Within the next three (3) years, after the date the annexation becomes final, the city will extend the following services to the annexed area above described:
A. Fire Protection by the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department.
B. Police Protection by the Clinton City Police Department.
C. City Water System Lines to all those who are not currently on the city water system.
D. City Water Rates to all those currently on the city water system.
The question of annexation of said lands shall be put to the qualified electors of the city, and of
the area to be annexed, at a special election to be held on May 7, 1982. (Ord. No. 124, 1982.)
Ord. No. 97-254 Tract #1 and Tract #2 in Exhibit A
Ord. No. 97-245
From R-1 to C-1 Part of property along Hwy 65 S, .80 acres
From R-2 to C-2 Lot, Block 19 shown in Workman Plat
Ord. No. 02-02 From R-2 to R-1 Con Agra Rd. & Hwy 65 to Hwy 95
Ord. No. 02-05 From R-1 to I-1 Part of Tract A, Lot 3 of Cannaday Subdivision
Ord. No. 02-07 Commercial Part of W ½ of Sec. 36, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Ord. No. 05-6 From R-2 to R-1 SE ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
SW ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
SW ¼ of Sec. 3, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
All land in Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
SE ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
NE ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
SE ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Part of SW ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14
Ord. No. 05-7 To Hwy Com. Part of S ½ of Sec. 35, Twp 11 N, Range 14
Part of S ¼ of Sec. 14, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Part of SE ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Part of N ½ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
SW ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
NW ¼ of Sec. 10, Twp 11 N, Range 14 West
Ord. No. 2005-07 To Hwy Com. Part of S1/2 NW ¼ E1/4, Sec. 35, Twp 11N R14N
Ord. No. 2005-11 To Hwy Com. Part of SW1/4 NE1/4 Sec. 10, Twp 11N, R 14W
Ord. No. 2005-12 To Hwy Com. Part of NE1/4 NW1/4 containing 5.79 acres
Ord. No. 2005-24 To Hwy Com. Part of SE ¼ NW1/4 containing 1.36 acres
Ord. No. 2006-02 From R-1 to HC Part of NW¼ NE¼, Sec. 2, Twp 10N, R 14W
Ord. No. 2006-06 From R to HC 95 East to Gage Chevrolet
Ozark Health to Old Hwy 9
Main St., North Hwy 65 B to Hwy 95 West
Main St. Hwy 65 B Old Bus Station
Ord. No. 2007-02 From Res. to HC Part of SE ¼ SW ¼ Sec. 11, NE ¼ NW ¼ Sec. 14
Twp 11N, R. 14W
Ord. No. 2007-03 From Res. to HC Part of SW ¼ NW 1/4 , Sec. 35, Twp. 11N, R. 14W
Ord. No. 2007-10 From Res. to HC West side of highway 65 south
East side of highway 65 south
East side of highway 65 South Running
North from factory road to the river
Ord. No. 2010-01 From R-3 to C-1 1098 Hwy. 95 West, Clinton, Ark.
Ord. No. 2010-02 From R-1 to C-1 Parcels: 1050-19006-0000; 1050-19008-0100;
1050-19010-0000; 1050-19010-0100; 1050-22005-
0200; 1050-22005-0300; 1050-22005-0500; 1050-
23004-0300; 1050-23010-0000; 1972-00002-0100