All pedestrians shall remain at a distance of 300 feet from a building which is on fire, except by permission of the fire chief.
(Code 1995, 6-204)
No water shall be used for sprinkling, irrigation or for the washing of automobiles, or other vehicles, when it is known to the person or persons using same that a run is being made to a fire or when a building is known to be on fire within the city.
(Code 1973, 6-206; Code 1995, 6-205)
All open burning is prohibited within the corporate limits of the city.
(Code 1990, 6-206; Code 2007)
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to locate, operate or maintain aboveground, any storage or supply tanks exceeding 60 gallons in capacity, containing products of crude petroleum, or of any other motor fuel of specific gravity above 30 degrees, within the following boundaries of the city, to wit: All of said city lying north of Hayes Street and east of the alleys between Kansas Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue north to the alley between Main Street and Washington Street, thence west to Massachusetts Avenue, thence north to the city limits. Furthermore, no such storage or supply tanks shall be located, operated or maintained in any residentially-zoned district within the city. Supply or storage tanks for petroleum products and other motor fuel for larger quantities, may be kept within the city when the same are properly buried underground outside of buildings. Gallon capacity tanks above ground to a limit of 500 gallons capacity will be allowed at Anthony Municipal Lake Lease Lots and Airport House.