201 to 300

Ordinance Number Description Approval Date
201 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1930. 8/4/1930
202 Levying taxes to pay the city's share of the costs of paving improvement in "Paving Districk No. 4" of the city. 10/13/1930
203 Creating a sinking fund and levying for taxes for the payment of the principal and interest of $23,500 funding bonds of city, dated January 1, 1931. 12/22/1930
204 Granting to Northwestern Bell Telephone Company the right to use and occupy the streets, alleys and other public spaces of the city for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and operating a general telephone and telegraph system within the city. 3/30/1931
205 Restricting the time automobiles and other vehicles may be parked or remain standing at one place on any of the streets and avenues within certain limits within the city and prescribing fine for the violation of this ordinance. 3/30/1931
206 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1931. 8/3/1931
207 For the purpose of licensing, taxing, and regulating the occupation and business of peddling and peddlers and other business and calling, within the city, fixing the amount of said license fee or tax, regulating the manner of issue and transferring licenses, providing for the disposition of funds, creating offenses, providing penalties for the violation of this ordinance and repealing all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith. 9/14/1931
208 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1932. 8/15/1932
209 Relating to the public health, defining and regulating Barber Shops, Barber Schools, Barber Colleges and Barbers and Apprentices, requiring every barber shop to obtain a Permit therefor, providing for the inspection, regulation and control of the sanitary conditions, fixing a fee for such Permit, providing for the revocation of Permits, providing rules for health regulation, prescribing the hour of opening and closing of barber shops, and the penalty for violations. 3/6/1933
210 Not adopted.
211 Regulating the sale and consumption of beer: providing for the issuance of licenses to those engaged in the sale of beer and fixing the license fee therefor: regulating the business of vendors at retail of beer authorized to be sold by the laws of the state: and providing for punishment for violation of the provisions of this ordinance. 10/10/1933
212 Providing for the issuance of licenses for those engaged in the sale of beer and fixing the license fee thereof, regulating the business of vendors at retail of beer, authorized to be sold by the laws of North Dakota and providing for the punishment of the violation of the provisions of said ordinance. 12/12/1933
213 Prescribing the fire limits and limits within which wooden buildings or structures shall not be placed, erected or repaired without permission etc. 4/10/1934
214 Amending and providing for the issuance of license of those engaged in the sale of beer and fixing the license fee therefor and regulating the business of vendors at retail of beer, and providing for the punishment of violations. 4/24/1934
215 Changing limits of the city of Williston by disconnecting and excluding certain unplatted lands of petition therefor. 4/24/1934
216 Amending sections of Ordinance 167, entitled "An ordinance regulating parking, - - - travel and traffic on streets of the city of Williston, North Dakota, and providing punishment for violating the same." 6/26/1934
217 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1934. 8/7/1934
218 Providing for the licensing regulations and sale of beer authorized to be sold at retail. 6/18/1935
219 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1935. 8/4/1935
220 & 220A Ordinance 220: Prohibiting the use of white canes on the streets of the city by any pedestrian except by pedestrian wholly or partially blind and providing protection against accidents on the highways within said city to such afflicted persons, and providing for violation hereof.  Ordinance 220A: Repealing Ordinance 209 regarding barber shops & barbers. 10/1/1935
221 Governing the expense of collection and removal of garbage, etc. by whom paid, how contract let, scavenger - how appointed and for what term. 3/10/1936
222 Defining milk and certain milk products, milk producer, milk distributor, milk sales agency, milk plant and other terms providing for the licensing of milk producers, milk distributors, milk sales agencies and milk plants, regulating the inspection of diaries and milk plants, the testing, grading, labeling, pasteurizing, distribution and sale of milk and certain milk products, providing for a milk inspector and defining his duties and providing for the enforcement of this ordinance and fixing penalties for the violation thereof. 3/17/36
223 Providing for licensing plumbers, governing plumbing generally, the tapping of sewers or water mains or pipes, laying service connection pipes, testing same, laying water or sewer service connections pipes and testing same, and general supervision and inspection of all plumbing, and prohibiting the turning on of water, requiring water users to purchase and install water meters, establishing water rates, and penalties for the violation of this ordinance. 4/28/1936
224 For the purpose of licensing, taxing, and regulating astrologers and all persons practicing palmistry, clairvoiancy, mesmerism, spiritualism, mind reading, phrenology, and fortune telling within the city; fixing the amount of such license fees; regulating the manner of issuing such license; regulating the manner of issuing such license; providing for violations of this ordinance; and repealing all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith. 6/16/1936
225 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1936. 8/4/1936
226 Regulating the sale and consumption of beer: providing for the issuance of licenses to those engaged in the sale of beer and fixing the license fee therefor: regulating the business of vendors at retail of beer authorized to be sold by the laws of the state: and providing for punishment for violation of the provisions of this ordinance. 10/13/1936
227 Licensing and regulating taxicabs and motor vehicles to carry passengers for hire on the public streets and highways within the city; regulation of said business, fixing the maximum fare that may be charged passengers, and license charges, how license obtained, and providing punishment for violation of this ordinance. 10/6/1936
228 Regulating the sale at retail and wholesale, and each thereof, of intoxicating liquor within the city, providing for such sales at retail by duly licensed persons; establishing regulations for the operation of places where such intoxicating liquor is sold, providing regulations for the granting of licenses to sell intoxicating liquor at retail and wholesale, fixing fees for such licenses, providing penalties for the violation thereof and repealing all ordinances in conflict herewith. 12/8/1936
229 Amending Section Eleven, Section Twenty-Two and Section Twenty Four and each thereof, of Ordinance Number 228, in effect regulating the licensing and sale of alcoholic beverages. 1/12/1937
230 Amending and re-ordaining Ordinance Number 166, an ordinance regulative of radio receiving and broadcasting and prohibiting disturbances of the atmosphere and providing a punishment for violation thereof. 3/2/1937
231 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1937. 8/3/1937
232 Regulating the sale and consumption of beer: providing for the issuance of licenses to those engaged in the sale of beer and fixing the license fee therefor: regulating the business of vendors at retail of beer authorized to be sold by the laws of the state: and providing for punishment for violation of the provisions of this ordinance. 10/26/1937
233 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1938. 8/2/1938
234 Regulating the operation and equipment of bicycles used on the streets, avenues or public highways within the city. 8/16/1938
235 Regulating parking, riding, driving, travel and traffic on the streets of the city and providing punishment of any violations thereof. 6/13/1939
236 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1939. 8/1/1939
237 Licensing and regulating person or persons engaged in the business or occupation of moving houses and buildings of any kind or nature within the city limits and upon the streets and alleys of the city and providing punishment for any violation thereof. 10/24/1939
238 For the purpose of raising revenue, licensing, taxing, and regulating the occupation and business of selling fresh fruits, and/or vegetables, at wholesale within the city, fixing the amount of said license fees, regulating the manner of issuance and transfer of license, providing for the disposition of funds, creating offenses, providing penalties for the violation of the ordinance and repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith. 11/14/1939
239 Establishing boundaries of, and the number of wards in the city, and repealing ordinances number 45, 112 and 180. 3/19/1940
240 Limiting the number of retail liquor licenses to be issued to six. 3/12/1940
241 Regulating parking in the city and providing punishment for any violation thereof. 3/26/1940
242 Limiting the number of retail beer licenses to be issued to fifteen. 4/30/1940
243 Regulating parking in the city and providing punishment for any violation thereof. 5/7/1940
244 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1940. 8/6/1940
245 Granting certain privileges and franchises to Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., a corporation, its successors and assigns, and imposing certain duties in relation to the use of the streets, alleys and public places in the city for the erection, operation and maintenance of an electric plant for lighting, power, cooking, heating and other purposes. 12/3/1940
246 Authorizing Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., a corporation, its successors and assigns, to construct and maintain, own and operate plants, conduits, fixtures and mains for the manufacturing, conveying, supplying, transporting, use and sale of natural, artificial or manufactured gas to all public or private buildings, persons, firms and corporations in the city, and defining its powers and privileges herein. 12/3/1940
247 Limiting the number of retail beer licenses to be issued to sixteen. 2/11/1941
248 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1941. 8/5/1941
249 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1942. 8/4/1942
250 Limiting the number of retail liquor licenses to be issued. 8/11/1942
251 An ordinance to be known as the "Blackout Ordinance"; Providing for the president of the board of commissioners to promulgate and carry out precautionary measures against air-raids necessary for the conduct of persons and to protect life and property. 12/9/1942
252 Regulating the licensing and sale of beer. 6/22/1943
253 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1943. 8/10/1943
254 Limiting the number of retail liquor licenses to be issued. 7/25/1944
255 Appropriations and Levy - fiscal year commencing July 1, 1944. 8/8/1944
256 Providing for an official master plan for the city pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 177 of the 1929 Session Laws and providing for the personnel and mode of appointment of the Planning Commission 8/15/1944
257 An ordinance regulating construction of buildings within and outside the fire limits of the city and imposing a penalty for a violation of its provisions. 8/22/1944
258 Relating to and regulating the number of stories and size of buildings and other structures; the percentage of lot that may be so occupied; the size of yards, courts and other open spaces; the density of population and the location and use of such buildings, structures and land for trade, industry, residence or other purposes in the city; and for the purpose of promoting health, safety, morals or the general welfare of the said city and providing for a Board of Adjustment and penalties for the violation thereof. 12/19/1944
259 Increasing the license fee for an "on sale" license to lodge or club; and limiting the number of retail liquor licenses to be issued; and providing that the location of any church, public or parochial school, or synagogue within one hundred fifty feet of an existing licensed premises shall not prevent renewal of such license. 7/17/1945
260 Establishing the grade of a portion of Fifth Avenue East in the city. 7/31/1945
261 Appropriation & Levy for fiscal year ending June 30, 1946. 8/7/1945
262 Not adopted.
263 Providing for a limited wholesale license for the wholesaling of malted brew containing more than four percentum alcohol by weight. 8/21/45
264 Providing for an alternate mixture of concrete for sidewalks and curbs and providing for a curb twelve feet distant from the property line on Second Avenue West and Fifth Avenue East in the city. 9/11/1945
265 Providing for the demolition, repair, or removal of any building or structure located within the limits of the city, or other territory under its jurisdiction, which creates a fire hazard, is dangerous to the safety of the occupants or persons frequenting such premises, or is permitted by the owner to remain in a dilapidated condition, and imposing a penalty for a violation of provisions, and providing for an appeal. 10/2/1945
266 Prescribing the manner of constructing dwellings and multiple dwellings within the limits of the city, and providing for the inspection thereof, and imposing a penalty for the violation of provisions. 10/2/1945
267 Annexation to the city. 10/23/1945
268 Regulating the presence of minors on the streets and in public places and providing penalties for the violation thereof. 11/13/1945
269 Creating and establishing Paving District Number 5 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 1/22/46
270 Creating and establishing Curbing District Number 4 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 2/5/1946
271 Creating and establishing Sewer District 2 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 2/5/1946
272 Providing for payment by general taxation of part of the cost of an improvement in Sewer District 2. 7/23/1946
273 Appropriation & Levy for fiscal year ending June 30, 1947. 8/6/1946
274 Prohibiting the sale of fireworks or firecrackers and declaring them to be a public nuisance affecting public peace and safety within the limits of the city. 11/12/1946
275 Prescribing the fire limits and limits within which wooden buildings or structures shall not be placed, erected or repaired without permission etc. 11/12/1946
276 Limiting the number of retail liquor licenses to be issued for "off sale" or "package sale" license, and removing the restrictions as to the number of liquor licenses issued to clubs in the city. 1/14/1947
277 Creating and establishing Paving District Number 6 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 1/28/1947
278 Creating and establishing Paving District Number 7 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 1/28/1947
279 Creating and establishing Curbing District Number 5 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 1/28/1947
280 Creating and establishing Curbing District Number 6 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 1/28/1947
281 Granting to Hillard Delp a franchise for the operation of street car buses on streets, avenues and public highways in the city. 2/11/1947
282 Creating a sinking fund and levying for taxes for the payment of $50,000 Storm Sewer Bonds. 3/25/1947
283 Creating Watermain and Sewer District 1. 4/8/1947
284 Prescribing the fire limits and limits within which wooden buildings or structures shall not be placed, erected or repaired without permission, etc. 4/8/1947
285 Regulating the sale and consumption of beer: providing for the issuance of licenses to those engaged in the sale of beer and fixing the license fee thereof; limiting the number of retail beer licenses to be issued and removing the restriction as to the number of beer licenses issued to clubs in the city. 5/13/1947
286 Establishing Sewer District 3 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 6/10/1947
287 Appropriation & Levy for fiscal year ending June 30, 1948. 8/5/1947
288 Creating and establishing Watermain and Sewer District 2 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 10/21/1947
289 Annexation to the city. 11/25/1947
290 Creating a sinking fund and levying taxes for payment of $75,000 Airport Bonds. 1/20/1948
291 Creating and establishing Watermain and Sewer District 3 of the city, and defining the boundaries thereof. 1/20/1948
292 Providing for the licensing of bicycles and the operators thereof, providing for annual licenses, fees for such licenses, transfer of licenses, revocations of licenses and regulating the use of bicycles on the streets of the city and providing penalties for the violation hereof, and repealing certain ordinances of the city. 2/3/1948
293 Regulating the collection, removal, disposal of rubbish, ashes and other waste within the city, providing for the issuance of permits, the suspension and revocation thereof, providing charges therefore and method of collection of same and to fees, penalties and violation thereof. 2/3/1948
294 Granting to Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., a corporation, its successors and assigns, the franchise and right to construct, maintain and operate within and upon, in and under the streets, alleys and public grounds of the city an electric distribution system for transmitting and distributing electric energy for all public and private uses. 2/10/1948
295 Granting to Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., a corporation, its successors and assigns, the franchise and right to construct, maintain and operate within and upon, in and under the streets, alleys and public grounds of the city a gas distribution system for transmitting and distributing natural or manufactured gas, or a mixture of both, for all public and private uses. 2/10/1948
296 Prescribing the manner of constructing dwellings and multiple dwellings within the limits of the city, and providing for the inspection thereof, and imposing a penalty for the violation of provisions. 3/16/1948
297 Regulating the collection, removal, disposal of rubbish, ashes and other wastes within the city by commercial haulers; providing for the issuance of permits, the suspension and revocation thereof; authorizing the city health officer to make regulations for the enforcements of this ordinance; providing penalties for violations thereof and repealing all ordinances in conflict therewith. 3/23/1948
298 Providing for payment by general taxation of part of the cost of an improvement in Watermain and Sewer District 3. 5/4/1948
299 Regulating the bulk storage and handling of flammable liquids. 5/18/1948
300 Creating a zone within the city wherein bulk oil stations may be located, constructed and operated, which by their location are not considered as to be hazardous for the storage of flammable liquids, and from the effective date of this ordinance prohibits the location, construction or erection of storage tanks for the storage of flammable liquids any place within the city limits, except within the zone so created, and providing for a penalty for a violation thereof. 5/18/1948