Security Lighting Service

A. Availability: To property owners and tenants in the proximity of low voltage distribution lines of the city. Service may be used to illuminate public thoroughfares and/or private outdoor areas, including, but not limited to, roadways, parking lots and yards.

B. Applicability: To unmetered dusk-to-dawn electric service provided by mercury vapor, high pressure sodium vapor or metal halide luminaries supported by short brackets and mounted on either city supplied poles or poles owned by the customer which conform to the city's specifications. New lighting service installations, including special poles, shall require an initial charge or an additional monthly charge to be paid by the customer.



EFFECTIVE DATES: Through 12/31/2024

Residential Area Light


Small Area Light (Bronze)


Med. Area Light (Bronze)


Large Area Light (Bronze)


Small Roadway (Gray)


Medium Roadway (Gray)


Large Roadway (Gray)


Small Flood


Large Flood


Revolution (Town and Country)


Acorn Light


LED Lights - Metered



  1. The contract period shall be no less than twenty four (24) months at the aforesaid rates.
    1. Residential contracts will be billed monthly according to the rates per fixture set forth above.
    2. Commercial contracts requiring new construction, including pole setting and wiring, will be billed in advance for the next succeeding twelve (12) month period.
    3. Commercial contracts for lighting service where such service had previously been provided will be billed on a monthly basis.
  2. All new lighting service installations shall require LED luminaries.
  3. Existing luminaries shall be replaced with LED luminaries as each existing non-LED luminary becomes inoperable.
  4. An installation charge of one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125.00) per pole will be applicable for poles required for lighting service which do not carry a lighting fixture.
  5. The pole, luminary, bracket and control equipment shall be installed, owned, operated and maintained exclusively by the city. Per pole rates for setting poles to install leased lighting shall be:

a.         30-foot mounting height dark bronze (or black) direct buried aluminum with six-foot arm.

Effective Date

01/01/2024 - 12/31/2024

Single-Arm 30’ Aluminum Pole



b. 30-foot mounting height dark bronze (or black) direct buried aluminum with double six-foot arm.

Effective Date

01/01/2024 - 12/31/2024

Double -Arm 30’ Aluminum Pole



c. 16-foot mounting height dark bronze (or black) direct buried aluminum. 


Effective Date

01/01/2024 - 12/31/2024

16’ Aluminum Pole


                 d. 35-foot wood pole (30-foot mounting height).

Effective Date

01/01/2024 - 12/31/2024

35’ Wood Pole


                 e. 18’ x 7’ concrete pole base (3’ above grade mounting height).

Effective Date

01/01/2024 - 12/31/2024

Concrete Light Base


6. The customer must provide adequate pathways and workspace for ingress and egress to customer's premises for the purposes of installing and maintaining the lighting facilities.

7. In the event of vandalism or vehicular accident, the customer may be required to reimburse the city for any additional equipment replacement or maintenance work.

8. All lighting maintenance performed by the city will be accomplished as soon as it can be reasonably done following notification by the customer that service has been interrupted. However, such maintenance will be performed only during the city's regular working hours.

9. A footage rate of $4.00 per foot will apply in existing developments or where wiring must be installed elsewhere than in trenches which were dug to install electric distribution liner. A footage rate of $2.00 per foot in excess of 80 feet per pole will apply where wiring is buried in the same trench with the distribution system and no trenching is required.  Any costs associated with rock trenching or removal and any costs of repairing existing privately-owned facilities shall be owned by the customer.”


(Ord. dated 2/3/14, § 7)


Editor's note: Ord. dated Feb. 3, 2014, § 7, amended § 13.08.360 in its entirety to read as set out herein. Former § 13.08.360pertained to security lighting service contracts and derived from Ord. dated April 5, 2010, § 1.