First Schedule (Section 2 and 83(1))
A currency point is equivalent to twenty thousand shillings.
Second Schedule (Section 4(1) and 83 (2))
Boundaries of Kampala Capital City
Commencing at the most southerly cairn of the freehold estate known as Crown Grant No. 13878; thence along the western and northern boundaries of that grant for a distance of 600 feet and 771 feet respectively; thence following the northern boundaries of the freehold estate Crown Grant No. 13880 for a distance of 397 feet, 838 feet, 1,582 feet and 610 feet respectively to the most western cairn of the mailo estate (Final Certificate No. 9791); thence along the northern boundary of this estate for a distance of 1,361 feet; then in a northerly direction along the western boundary of Tula mailo estate number EC. 9825 to the junction with the boundary of Mpererwe mailo estate number F.C. 9837; thence along the eastern and northern boundaries of Mpererwe mailo estate to the junction with the
boundary of Kumamboga Mailo estate number F.C. 15164; thence along the northern boundary of Kumamboga mailo estate to the junction with the boundary of Kyanja mailo estate number F.C. 19642; thence along the northern and eastern boundaries of Kyanja mailo estate to the junction with the boundary of Kulambiro mailo estate number F.C. 19652; thence along the northern and eastern boundaries of Kulambiro mailo estate to the
junction with the boundary of Kiwatule mailo estate number F.C. 19651; thence along the northern boundary of Kiwatule mailo estate to the junction with the boundary of Kiwatule mailo estate number F.C. 7219; thence along the northern and eastern boundaries of Kiwatule mailo estate to a markstone number 1/1506; thence as follows—thence on the same bearing of 103°52' for approximately 1,250 feet to a point in the swamp; thence in generally southerly and westerly directions at a constant distance of 600 feet from the shore of Lake Victoria and including Kiruba Island to the confluence of the River Mayanja and Kaliddubi swamp; thence along the thalweg of the River Mayanja, upstream, to a markstone numbered 4/2126; thence as follows—thence on a bearing of 259°13' for a distance of 1,472 feet to a markstone numbered 3/2849 situated at the northeastern corner of Bunamwaya mailo estate number F.C. 18568; thence in a westerly direction along the northern boundary of F.C. 18568 to the junction with the northeastern corner of Bunamwaya mailo estate number F.C. 18570; thence in a northwesterly direction along the boundary of F.C. 18570 to the junction with the southeastern corner of Mutundwe mailo estate number F.C. 15153; thence in a northwesterly direction along the eastern boundary of F.C. 15153 and southwesterly along the northern boundary of F.C. 15153 to a markstone recorded as Nalukolongo M.S.; thence in a southwesterly direction in a straight line to the junction formed by the south side of the old Masaka Road and the thalweg of the River Mayanja; thence in a northwesterly direction along the thalweg of the River Mayanja to its confluence with the River Lubigi; thence in a northeasterly direction along the thalweg of the River Lubigi to its confluence with the River Kiwunnya; thence in a northerly direction along the western side of the Kawala-Kazo track; thence northerly along the western side of the Kawala-Kazo track to its junction with KazoWamala-Jinja track; thence in a generally northerly direction along the same Kazo-Wamala-Jinja track to its junction with the track which leads to the Muslim School situated in the freehold estate known as Crown Grant No. 13878; thence along the northern side of this track to the most southerly cairn of the freehold estate known as Crown Grant No. 13878, the point of commencement.
Third Schedule (Sections 7(2), 35, 44 and 83(1))
Part A – Functions and services for which Kampala Capital City Authority is responsible
1.Establish, acquire, erect, maintain, promote, assist or control, with the participation of the citizens—(a)fire brigade services;(c)clinics, dispensaries, health and inoculation centres;(d)cemeteries, crematoria and mortuaries and ancillary services, and provide for the burial of bodies of destitute persons and of unclaimed bodies;(e)omnibus stations and related office accommodation, cafes, restaurants, refreshment rooms and other buildings;(f)offices, stores, workshops, depots and other buildings for the purposes of the council;(g)public halls, libraries, art galleries and museums;(h)slaughter houses, cold storage facilities and premises for inspection or processing of milk, meat or hides and skins;(i)markets and piers, jetties and landing places;(j)botanical and zoological gardens;(k)public baths and swimming pools;(l)canteens, social centres, clubs and hospitals, including such facilities for employees and staff;(m)public lavatories and urinals;(n)pounds for stray animals;(q)public weighing machines;(s)sanitary services for the removal and disposal of night soil, rubbish, carcasses of dead animals and all kinds of refuse and effluent;(t)water supplies outside the jurisdiction of the National Water and Sewerage Corporation;(u)education, trade and technical schools.2.Establish, maintain or control public parks, gardens and recreation grounds on any land vested in the council and in connection with or for the purposes of that public park, garden or recreation ground to—(a)reserve any portion of the public park, garden or recreation ground for any particular game or recreation or for any other specific purposes, exclude the public from those portions and provide for their renting and hiring to the public, clubs or other organisations; and3.Prohibit, restrict, regulate or license—(a)the sale or hawking of wares or the erection of stalls on any street, or the use of any part of the street or public place for the purpose of carrying on any trade, business or profession;(b)the depositing on any street, public place or unoccupied land of any refuse, rubbish, derelict vehicles or any other material or thing, and to provide for their removal and disposal;(c)street decorations and the erection of shelters, temporary buildings, platforms, seats and other structures at any entertainment, procession, exhibition, ceremony or display, whether in a public place or not;(d)the placing of banners, wires, ropes or any other impediments over or across any street or public places;(e)the collection of money or goods in any public place for any charitable or other purpose;(f)the public exhibition of ay monstrosity, freak of nature or abnormal person or animal;(g)singing, dancing, drumming, the playing of musical instruments, the production of music or the making of any noise likely to disturb any person, or any performance for profit in any public place;(h)the storage or stacking of firewood or other fuel;(i)the quarrying of stone, lime, clay, murrain or other material;(j)the keeping of dogs, animals and poultry, and provide for the seizure and destruction of ownerless, unlicensed, diseased or dangerous dogs, and the seizure and disposal of stray animals and poultry;(k)billiard saloons, dance halls and other places of public resort;(m)the burning of rubbish and grassland;(n)prostitution and brothels;(o)cinema and video halls.4.Lay out and adorn any street, square or open space vested in the council by the erection of statutes, fountains or other structures or in any other manner.5.Decorate streets and public buildings, erect shelters, temporary buildings, platforms, seats and other structures on public places.6.Clear, level and maintain public and unoccupied land taken on lease from a land board and to plant, trim, protect and remove flowers, trees and shrubs in or from public place.7.Identify streets and other public places by assigning names to them and to cause those names to be exhibited on posts or pillars or to be painted or otherwise exhibited on any building or other erection fronting.8.Number or otherwise identify any buildings fronting on any street or other public place, and cause that identification to be exhibited on the buildings or require the owner of the building, at his or her own expense, to cause that identification to be exhibited on a building.9.Require the owner or occupier of any premises to remove or lower any fence or to remove, lower or trim any tree, hedge or shrub overhanging any street or interfering with the passage of traffic or pedestrians, or any wires or other works or to require any owner or occupier to perform the removal, lowering or trimming which may be necessary for the maintenance of public safety or amenity or build and maintain the pavement bordering his or her property to the specifications of the Authority.10.Require the fencing or enclosing of plots and restrict the use of barbed wire, broken glass or any similar substance on fences and walls.11.Preserve public decency, and prevent offences against public order in streets and public places, and prevent damage to or defacement of property of the public or of the council.12.Prevent and extinguish fires, to remove buildings in order to prevent the spread of any fire and compensate the owner of any building removed.13.Establish, maintain, hire, support or control bands and orchestras and generally to provide for musical entertainment at public places and functions.14.Undertake private works and services and charge and recover costs on those private works and services and contract out public services to the private sector.15.At the request of the owner of the land situate within the area of jurisdiction, construct, in such manner as the Authority may think fit, by its servants or by contract, a foot way or pavement and to recover the whole or nay part of the cost of the construction, including the cost of supervision, plant, machinery and tools from the owner in the manner it may think fit.16.Sell all bi-products resulting from the carrying on, by or on behalf of the council, of any works or services.17.Promote publicity for the Authority.18.Promote schemes of housing, health, education and road safety sensitization.19.Make provision for the return of destitute persons to their homes.20.Arrange for the insurance of all assets of the Authority against financial risks of any kind to which the Authority may be subjected.21.Lay out land and provide and maintain necessary public services.22.Subject to the Constitution, sell or lease any plots of land or any buildings on the land.23.Aid and support, whether by the grant of money or otherwise, the establishment and maintenance of schools, hospitals, libraries, art galleries, museums, musical or scientific institutions, homes for the aged, destitute, persons with disabilities, or for the orphans; provide bursaries to assist in the education of the children of persons residing in the area of jurisdiction, make donations to charitable and philanthropic, welfare and youth organisations; and to other local authorities or public bodies.24.Provide—(a)gowns, chains and badges of office for councillors and officers of the Authority;(b)badges, medallions or scrolls for presentation to persons who have given meritorious service to the Authority; and(c)floral tributes in memory of councillors, officers of the council and persons of note.25.Obtain and protect armorial bearings.26.Regulate, control, manage, administer, promote or license any of the things or services which the Authority is required or empowered to do and establish, maintain, cany on, control, manage or administer, and prescribe forms in connection therewith; and fix fees or charges to be made in respect thereof.27.With the consent of a neighbouring local government, render advice and assist to control development and to administer town and country planning schemes in any area within an agreed distance from the boundaries of its jurisdiction.28.Provide, control and manage the following services—(a)sporting and recreational facilities and programmes of informal education for both adults and young people, including the provision and running of community centres;(b)the development of social work among adults;(c)remedial social welfare programmes aimed at the alleviation of social distress;(d)the welfare of children;(e)public vehicle parking.29.Initiate and contract twinning arrangements with international local governments or local authorities in consultation with the Minister.30.Any other function or service incidental to the foregoing.31.Any other function not reserved for the Government.32.Payment of salaries for all establishment staff, and this function shall not be devolved to a lower urban council.33.Organise and manage traffic.34.Promote economic development.
Part B – Functions and services to be devolved by the Authority to division urban councils (Section 35)
1.Division council expenses3.Administration of licenses4.Health education and visiting5.Vector and vermin control and management of solid waste7.Curative services (clinics)9.Food and drug inspection11.Administration of markets12.Control of development - enforcement of building rules13.Primary and nursery education14.Monitoring the utilisation of grants to schools15.Grass cutting and maintenance of parks17.Repair of murrain and earth roads18.Environment care and protection19.Neighbourhood structure plans21.Resolving local land issues22.Assist the Metropolitan Police Force in law enforcement23.Welfare and community services24.Agriculture and veterinary extension services25.Youth, persons with disabilities, women and sports26.Cooperative societies and groups27.Spring protection and provision of drinking water28.Control of stray animals29.Any other service imposed by Parliament or agreed upon between the division(k)collection and disposal of garbage and management of solid waste;(l)public health, sanitation, painting of buildings and creation of green parks;(m)maintenance and improvement of open spaces and road verges;(o)vector, rodent and vermin control services;(p)establishment and maintenance of recreational facilities, play grounds, leisure parks and other amenities;(q)provision of public libraries;(r)provision of welfare and probation services;(s)provision of safe water and sanitation in the communities;(t)assist the directorate of revenue in the administration of markets;(u)assist the directorate of revenue in revenue collection;(v)assist the metropolitan police in law enforcement;(w)road sweeping and de-silting; and(x)control of stray dogs.
Part C (Section 44)
Functions and services to be devolved by the Authority to the village urban councils and street committees—(a)monitoring the delivery of services within its area of jurisdiction;(b)assisting in the maintenance of law, order and security and trade order;(c)drawing the attention of the City division to any matter that rouses their concern or interest;(d)mobilising the residents to undertake self-help community projects;(e)assisting the City division in mobilising the residents to pay local taxes;(f)registering the residents in their area of jurisdiction; or(g)assist in the maintenance of cleanliness, beautification, protection of streetlights and garbage skips.
Fourth Schedule Meetings of the Authority (Section 14, 45 (4), 83 (1))
Meetings of the Authority
1.Meetings of the Authority(1)The Lord Mayor shall convene every meeting of the Authority at a time and place as the Authority may determine, and the Authority shall meet for the discharge of business at least once in every three months.(2)The Lord Mayor may, at any time, convene a special meeting of the council and shall also call a meeting within fourteen days, if requested to do so in writing by one third of the members of the Authority.(3)Notice of a meeting of the Authority shall be given in writing to each member at least fourteen working days before the day of the meeting.(4)The Lord Mayor shall preside at every meeting of the Authority.2.Quorum(1)The quorum for a meeting of the Authority shall be one half of all members of the Authority.(2)All decisions at a meeting of the Authority shall be by a majority of the votes of the members present and voting and in case of an equality of votes, the person presiding at the meeting shall have a casting vote in addition to his or her deliberative vote.3.Minutes of meetings(1)The executive director shall cause to be recorded and kept, minutes of all meetings of the Authority in a form approved by the Authority.(2)The minutes recorded under this paragraph shall be submitted to the Authority for confirmation at its next meeting following that to which the minutes relate and when so confirmed, shall be signed by the Lord Mayor and at least one councillor in the presence of the members present at the latter meeting.4.Common seal of the AuthorityThe common seal of the Authority shall be in a form determined by the Authority.5.Power to co-opt(1)The Authority may invite any person who, in the opinion of the Authority, has expert knowledge concerning the functions of the Authority, to attend and take part in the meetings of the Authority.(2)A person attending a meeting of the Authority under this section may take part in any discussion at the meeting on which his or her advice is required but shall not have any right to vote at that meeting.6.Validity of proceedings not affected by vacancyThe validity of any proceedings of the Authority or a committee of the Authority shall not be affected by a vacancy in its membership or by any defect in the appointment or qualification of a member or by reason that a person not entitled, took part in its proceedings.7.Disclosure of interest of members(1)A member of the Authority who is in any way directly or indirectly interested in a contract made or proposed to be made by the Authority, or in any other matter which falls to be considered by the Authority, shall disclose the nature of his or her interest at a meeting of the Authority.(2)A disclosure made under subparagraph (1) shall be recorded in the minutes of that meeting.(3)A member who makes a disclosure under subparagraph (1) shall not—(a)be present during any deliberation of the Authority with respect to that matter; or(b)take part in any decision of the Authority with respect to that matter.(4)For purposes of determining whether there is a quorum, a member withdrawing from a meeting or who is not taking part in a meeting under subparagraph (3) shall be treated as being present.8.Service of documentsA notice or other document may be served on the Authority by delivering it to the office of the executive director, or by sending it by prepaid registered post addressed to the executive director.9.Authority may regulate its procedureSubject to this Act, the Authority may regulate its own procedure or any other matter relating to its meetings.10.Duties of a councillor(1)A councillor shall—(a)maintain contact with the electoral area, and consult the people on issues to be discussed in the Authority where necessary;(b)present views, opinions and proposals to the Authority;(c)attend sessions of the Authority and meetings of committees or subcommittees of which he or she is a member;(d)appoint at least a day in a given period for meeting the people in his or her electoral area;(e)report to the electorate the general decisions of the Authority and the actions it has taken to solve problems raised by the residents in the electoral area;(f)bring to bear on any discussion in the Authority the benefit of his or her skill, profession, experience or specialised knowledge;(g)take part in communal and development activities in his or her electoral area and the district as whole.(2)A Councillor shall, in the discharge of his or her duties, have due regard to the national and interests, the interests of the people in the metropolitan area and the electoral area.11.Freedom of speech in proceedingsThere shall be freedom of speech, debate and proceedings in the Authority and that freedom shall not be impeached or questioned in any court, tribunal or place out of the Authority.12.Unqualified persons sitting or voting in the AuthorityAny person who sits or votes in the Authority after his or her seat has become vacant or after he or she has become disqualified from sitting or voting in the Authority, knowing or having reasonable grounds for knowing that he or she is disqualified, or that the seat has become vacant, as the case may be, commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding twelve currency points or imprisonment not exceeding six months or both.
Fifth Schedule (Section 5, 24, 35 and 83(1))
1.Directorates of the Authority(1)The Authority shall have the following directorates—(a)Administration and Human Resources Management;(c)Engineering and Technical Services;(d)Public Health and Environment;(e)Education and Social Services;(h)Gender, Community Services and Production;(2)Each directorate shall be linked to and overseen by a standing committee of the Authority.(3)The Authority shall determine the functions of each directorate of the council.2.Directorate of revenue collection(1)The directorate of revenue collection shall be trained and shall seek technical guidance from the Uganda Revenue Authority.(2)The local revenue collected shall be put in a special revenue account and may be appropriated by the Authority in accordance with the Authority's budget procedures.
3.Departments under division urban councilsThe division urban council shall have the following—(a)Administrative and human resource management;(c)Public health and environment;(d)Education and social services;(e)Gender, Community Services and Production;
Sixth Schedule (Section 53(2) and 83(1))
Unconditional grant is the minimum amount to be paid to the Authority to run the decentralized services. For a given fiscal year, this amount is equal to the amount paid to the Authority in the preceding fiscal year for the same items adjusted for general price changes plus or minus the budgeted cost of running added or subtracted services; calculated in accordance with the following formula—Y1 = Yo + b Yo + X1= (1+b) Yo + X1Where—Y1 is the minimum unconditional grant for the current fiscal year;Yo is the minimum unconditional grant in the preceding fiscal year;b is the percentage change, if any, in the general price levels in the preceding fiscal year; andXI is the net change in the budgeted cost of running added and subtracted services in the current year.For the purposes of this formula, the current fiscal year shall be taken to commence with fiscal year 2007/08.