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You can also advertise by flyers in your neighborhood and run a lost pet ad on KWBW radio (it's free by calling 620-662-4486). Check back with the Animal Shelter periodically to see if your pet is there.
____________________________________________________Other Calculations:Wind Speed: 115 mph (commercial buildings); 90 mph (residential buildings)Ground Snow Load: 20 lbsSeismic Design Category: BFrost Line Depth: 32 inches
Local amendments to the above-listed codes are found in Chapter 21 of the Hutchinson City Code. Click here to read the adopted local amendments.
Requirements for extinguishers used in business environments vary by size and type. Call 620-694-2874 for details before purchasing.
Often a neighbor's tree or other plantings may drop leaves or debris in your yard, or may cause damage to a fence or other structure. These conditions are private matters between the two property owners, and the City has no jurisdiction.
A computer selects the closest unit to respond to an incident. The Fire Department's philosophy is to get our firefighters there as soon as possible. This will be either an engine company, a squad unit or a ladder truck company. In preparation for the worse case scenario, an ambulance often is dispatched as well. The first unit on the scene will be a basic life support unit (a unit with emergency medical technicians).
There may be 3 Fire Department vehicles on the scene for what appears to be a "simple" incident. However, in emergency services we have learned that if we assume something is "simple," we can be horribly mistaken. Plus, we respond as fast as we can, prepared to encounter the worst. The winner in these situations will always be the citizen who needs help.
Sherman Gunn, Beekeeper, has made the Fire Department aware that he does reside and operate in the Hutchinson area. Interested parties can contact him directly at 620-543-3009.
Because of these serious considerations, theManual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices,which has been adopted as the Federal Standard,discourages use of “CHILDREN AT PLAY”signs. The City of Hutchinson and the State ofKansas have also adopted the Manual of UniformTraffic Control Devices. The signs are notenforceable and impose no legal requirements onmotorists.