Sec. 6-3-4. Definitions.

As used in this article, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings given in this section.
“City” means the city of Woodland.
“City engineer” means the city engineer of the city of Woodland or his or her designee.
“Clearing” means the removal of items such as, but not limited to, debris grasses, weeds, scrub brush, etc., from a site in preparation of grading a site, or for purposes of abating rubbish.
“Community development director” means the city of Woodland community development director or his or her designee.
“Grading” includes the act or result of digging, excavating, transporting, spreading, depositing, filling, compacting, settling, or shaping of land surfaces and slopes, and other operations performed by or controlled by human activity involving the physical movement of rock or soil.
“Grading permit” means a permit issued by the city of Woodland public works or community development department, which authorizes grading in accordance with the provisions of this article.
“Material” means any combination or topsoil, earth, rock and/or muck.
“Standard improvements specifications and details” means improvement standards for the city of Woodland as adopted by the city council.
“Site” means any lot or parcel or contiguous combination thereof, owned by one or more persons, on which grading is proposed or occurring.
“Stockpiling” means a fill greater than one foot in depth and/or in excess of fifty cubic yards. (Ord. No. 1353, § 2 (part).)