ORDINANCES:

Ordinances are the rules that the village has set down on various topics. Select the ordinance below to find out the specifics on the ordinance.

Ordinance 5 - ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF OAKS, MISSOURI

Ordinance 57 - AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE GROWTH OF VEGETATION

Ordinance 222 - AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE REGULATION OF PRIVATE SWIMMING POOLS

Ordinance 252 - A NUISANCE ORDINANCE

RESIDENTS' RESPONSIBILITY FOR REMOVAL OF DEAD TREES AND GROWTH OF VEGETATION ALONG STREET EDGES

Ordinance 2009-1 - GARAGE SALE ORDINANCE

Ordinance 2011-2 - SIGN ORDINANCE

Ordinance 2012-1 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES ORDINANCE

Ordinance 2012-2 - SOLID WASTE, RECYLING AND YARD WASTE ORDINANCE and Village of Oaks Agreement with Town and Country


Building Permit Form and Fee Schedule


Clay County Emergency Operation Plan (EOP) - December 2010

This Emergency Operations Plan lays a framework that will allow Clay County and the political subdivisions within the county to save lives, minimize injuries, protect property and the environment, preserve functioning civil government, ensure constituted authority, and maintain economic activities essential to the survival and recovery from natural and man-made disasters. It is not the intent of this plan to deal with those events that happen on a daily basis, which do not cause widespread problems and are handled routinely by the city and/or county agencies.

The Clay County Emergency Operation Plan is a document developed through the efforts of the Clay County Emergency Management Director with assistance provided by the State Emergency Management Agency. During the development, various agencies, organizations, and county governments were interviewed to discuss their roles, responsibilities, and capabilities in an emergency. This plan is a result of their input.

This plan will establish policies and procedures that will allow the government of Clay County and each of the political subdivisions within the county to save lives, minimize injuries, protect property, preserve functioning civil government, and maintain economic activities essential to their survival and recovery from natural, man-made and technological hazards.  It establishes the guidelines for conducting efficient, effective, coordinated emergency operations involving the use of all resources belonging to these jurisdictions or available to them.

The plan is a multi-hazard, functional plan, broken into three components: (1) a basic plan that serves as an overview of the jurisdiction's approach to emergency management, (2) annexes that address specific activities critical to emergency response and recovery, and (3) appendices which support each annex and contain technical information, details, and methods for use in emergency operations.

The Basic Plan is to be used primarily by the chief executive and public policy officials of a jurisdiction but all individuals/ agencies involved in the EOP should be familiar with it. The annexes are to be used by the operational managers and the appendices are for disaster response personnel.

It is not the intent of this plan to attempt to deal with those events that happen on a daily basis, which do not cause widespread problems and are handled routinely by the city and/or county agencies. It will, however, attempt to deal with those occurrences such as tornadoes, earthquakes, hazardous materials incidents, etc., which create needs and cause suffering that the victims cannot alleviate without assistance, and that requires an extraordinary commitment of government resources.