If determined during the development and approval process, SID/developers will be notified of the need for an outdoor warning siren.
The following will apply:¬†
- The SID/developer owner(s) shall install a siren within 60 days of any of the following conditions:¬†
- Any work begun on any building or any other structure,¬†
- Issuance of any certificates, documents, permits, licenses, or any similar type permit (with the exception of grading), that relate to permission to build, use or occupy; including structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, or final approval of such certificates, documents, permits or licenses,¬†
- Upon availability of temporary or permanent electrical service.¬†
- Final plat approval may be denied pending compliance of the terms stated in condition one.¬†
- The siren will become the property of Douglas County immediately following purchase, installation, electrical hookup and initial testing.¬† The County will be responsible for further testing, maintenance, repair and replacement.¬†
- The siren shall be located such that a service truck has unhindered access to the entire siren structure at any time.
- The SID/development owner(s) shall pay the monthly OPPD electrical service fee and any installation charges until the SID/development is annexed into any city in Douglas County¬†¬†¬†¬†
The sirens to be purchased is an American Signal model T-128, radio controlled with two-way status monitoring.¬† The siren shall be installed on an approved 50 foot steel pole.