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TITLE 6 - BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION


Chapter 1 - Building


6-1-1 Adoption of Uniform Building Codes


6-1-1. Adoption of Uniform Building Codes.

Those certain documents, three copies of which are on file in the office of the Building and Zoning Official, being marked and designated as Uniform Building Code, 1997 Edition; and other related codes being marked and designated as Uniform Building Code Standards, 1997 Edition; published by the International Conference of Building Officials, are hereby adopted as the Building Codes of the City for regulating the erection, construction, enlargement, alteration, repair, moving, removal, demolition, conversion, occupancy, equipment, use, height, area and maintenance of all buildings and structures in the City; providing for issuance of permits and collection of fees therefore; providing penalties for violation of such codes, declaring and establishing fire zones, and each and all of the regulations, provisions, penalties, conditions and terms of said codes published by the International Conference of Building Officials, on file in the office of the Building and Zoning Official are hereby referred to, adopted, and made a part of this Title as if fully set out in this Title, provided, however, that the penalty for any violation of the above-cited Codes is a Class B Misdemeanor, punishable as is provided in Section 13-3-1 et seq. (Ordinance No. 561, adopted March 3, 1999)

Chapter 2 - Electrical


6-2-1 Adoption of the National Electrical Code

6 2 2 Special Rules for Certain Buildings

6 2 3 Penalties


6-2-1.

Adoption of the National Electrical Code.

The National Electrical Code, 1996, including the appendices thereto, establishing rules and regulations for the conduct of business or trade of electricians and the installation, alteration or repair of electric systems and other matters relating thereto, which has been printed as a code in book form, and three copies of which have been filed for use and examination by the public in the office of the Building and Zoning Official, and the whole thereof, is hereby referred to, adopted and made a part of this Title as if fully set out herein. (Ordinance No. 531, Adopted January 7, 1998)

6 2 2. Special Rules for Certain Buildings.

All wires and electrical conductors hereinafter installed for the purpose of conducting electrical energy or power for the purpose of light, heat, or power:

(a) within any building used for public, industrial, or commercial purposes (such as churches, assembly halls, theaters, office buildings, schools, warehouses, manufacturing establishments, stores, and public garages, etc.) or

(b) within any building located in any commercial or manufacturing zone, must be installed in rigid conduit, busways, surface metal raceways, or electrical metallic tubing, of one half inch trade size or larger subject to the limitations in the National Electrical Code. Non metallic conduit and flexible metal tubing and conduit may be used when approved by the National Electrical Code. (Ordinance No. 368, adopted November 16, 1988.)

6 2 3. Penalties.

It shall be unlawful for any person, form or corporation to erect, construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, improve, remove, convert, demolish, equip, use, occupy, or maintain any building or structure in the City, or cause the same to be done, contrary to or in violation of any of the provisions of this Title. Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Title shall be deemed guilty of a Class B Misdemeanor, and each such person shall be deemed guilty of a separate offense for each and every day or portion thereof during which any violation of any of the provisions of this Title is committed, continued or permitted, and upon conviction of any such violation, such person shall be punished as provided for in Section 13 3 1 et seq. (Ordinance No. 326, Adopted June 4, 1986)

Chapter 3 - Plumbing


6-3-1 Adoption of International Plumbing Code

6 3 2 Penalties

6 3 3 Inspections


6-3-1. Adoption of International Plumbing Code.

The International Plumbing Code, 1997 Edition, including the appendices thereto, establishing rules and regulations for the conduct of the business or trade of plumbing and the installation, alteration, or repair of plumbing and the installation, alteration, or repair of plumbing and drainage systems and other matter relating thereto, which has been printed as a code in book form, and three copies of which have been filed for use and examination by the public in the office of the Building and Zoning Official and the whole thereof, is hereby referred to, adopted, and made a part of this Title as if fully set out herein. (Ordinance No. 531, Adopted January 7, 1998)

6 3 2. Penalties.

It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to erect, construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, improve, remove, convert, demolish, equip, use, occupy, or maintain any building or structure in the City, or cause the same to be done, contrary to or in violation of any of the provisions of this Title. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Title shall be deemed guilty of a Class B Misdemeanor, and each such person shall be deemed guilty of a separate offense for each and every day or portion thereof during which any violation of any of the provisions of this Title is committed, continued, or permitted, and upon conviction of any such violation, such person shall be punished as provided for in Section 13 3 1 et seq. (Ordinance No. 326, Adopted June 4, 1986)

6 3 3. Inspections.

The Plumbing Inspector shall have right of entry within reasonable hours to any building or premise for the purpose of inspection or investigation of any work or conditions governed by this Title and he is hereby empowered to condemn and order repaired, removed, replaced or changed, any plumbing found in an unsanitary condition or not in accordance with this Title.

Chapter 4 - Mechanical


6-4-1 Adoption of International Mechanical Code

6 4 2 Penalties


6-4-1. Adoption of International Mechanical Code.

The International Mechanical Code, 1998 Edition, including the appendices thereto, establishing rules and regulations for the purpose of providing minimum standards to safeguard life or limb, health, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling the design, construction, installation, quality of materials, location, operation, and maintenance or use of heating, ventilating, cooling, refrigeration systems, incinerators and other miscellaneous heat producing appliances within this City, three copies of which are on file in the office of the Building and Zoning Official, is hereby adopted as the Mechanical Code of this City the same as if set out fully in this Title. The provisions of this Code shall apply to the erection, installation, alteration, repair, relocation, replacement, addition to, use or maintenance of any heating, ventilating, cooling, refrigeration systems, incinerators or other miscellaneous heat producing appliances within this City. (Ordinance No. 561, adopted March 3, 1999)

6 4 2. Penalties.

It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to erect, construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, improve, remove, convert, demolish, equip, use or maintain any mechanical systems or equipment or cause or permit the same to be done in violation of this Code. Any person, firm or corporation violating any provisions of this Title shall be deemed guilty of a Class B misdemeanor, and each such person shall be deemed guilty of a separate offense for each and every day or portion thereof during which any violation of any of the provisions of this Title is committed, continued, or permitted and upon conviction of any such violation, such person shall be punished as provided for in Section 13 3 1 et seq. (Ordinance No. 326, Adopted June 4, 1986)

Chapter 5 - Plan Review Fees


6 5 1 Reduction of Plan Review Fees


6 5 1. Reduction of Plan Review Fees.

In those cases where the building officials finds that plans submitted for review pursuant to the requirements of any of the Uniform Codes adopted in this Title are substantially identical to plans reviewed by the building official any time within one (1) year prior to the date of submission of such substantially identical plans, then in that event, the "plan review fees" set forth in said Uniform Codes shall be reduced by seventy five percent (75%). (Ordinance No. 284, Adopted July 7, 1982.)

Chapter 6 - Building Code Board of Appeals


6 6 1 Appointment, Term, and Removal

6 6 2 Organization and Meetings

6 6 3 Appeals

6 6 4 Vote Necessary for Reversal

6 6 5 Judicial Review of Board's Decision   Time Limitation

6 6 6 Filing Fee

6 6 7 Compensation of Appointed Members


6 6 1. Appointment, Term, and Removal.

The Building Code Board of Appeals shall consist of five members, each appointed by the City Council for a term of five years, and each subject to reappointment by the City Council for an additional five year term. Under no conditions shall any member of the Board serve more than two consecutive five year terms. Any member of the Board may be removed upon request or for just cause as determined by the City Council in writing and after a public hearing, if requested. In addition to the five duly appointed members, the Board shall also consist of two ex officio members; i.e., the Building Official as Secretary to the Board, and the City Administrator. The City Council may appoint associate members to the Board, and in the event that any regular member be temporarily unable to act due to absence, illness, accident, interest in the case before the Board, or any other cause, his or her place may be taken during such absence by an associate member so designated for that purpose.

6 6 2. Organization and Meetings.

Except as hereinafter provided, the Board shall meet only at the request of the City Council. When requested to do so, the Board shall initially elect a Chairman and adopt basic rules and procedures necessary for the prompt and fair adjudication of appeals. All meetings of the Board shall be open to the public. The Secretary of the Board shall keep minutes of the proceedings which shall be immediately filed and subsequently made available for examination to the public after the appellant has been notified in writing of the Board's decision.

6 6 3. Appeals.

Any person who deems himself or herself aggrieved by a decision of the Building Official of this City in administering or interpreting the "Uniform Building Code, 1988 Edition"; the "National Electrical Code, 1987 Edition"; the "Uniform Plumbing Code, 1988 Edition"; the "Uniform Building Code Standards, 1988 Edition"; or the "Uniform Mechanical Code, 1988 Edition" may appeal from such decision by filing a written notice of appeal with the Building Official requesting an appeal hearing before the Building Code Board of Appeals. The notice of appeal shall be filed within ten days after such person has actual notice of the decision appealed from, or within ten days after notice of such decision is mailed to such person by certified mail, postage prepaid, whichever is earlier. The Building Code Board of Appeals shall hold a hearing within seven calendar days from the receipt of the appeal notice, and after consideration of the matter shall uphold, modify, or revoke the decision of the Building Official appealed from. (Ordinance No. 368, adopted November 16, 1988.)

6 6 4. Vote Necessary for Reversal.

The concurring opinion of three or more members of the Board in favor of the appellant shall be required to overrule the decision of the Building Official.

6 6 5. Judicial Review of Board's Decision   Time Limitation.

After appeal to the Building Code Board of Appeals, any person who deems himself or herself aggrieved by the decision of the Board may appeal to a court of competent jurisdiction within 30 days after notice of the Board's decision is mailed to such person by certified mail, postage prepaid.

6 6 6. Filing Fee.

Upon the filing of any appeal to the Building Code Board of Appeals, the appellant shall pay the City a fee prescribed by the City Council. The fee shall be collected by the Building Official, deposited with the City Recorder, and credited to the general fund. No appeal shall be considered by the Board unless and until such fee has been paid.

6 6 7. Compensation of Appointed Members.

Each appointed member of the Building Code Board of Appeals shall be compensated by an amount established by the City Council for each meeting of the Board which he or she shall attend. (Ordinance No. 257, Adopted May 8, 1980.)

Chapter 7 - Industrial Development Revenue Bonds


6 7 1 Documents Required

6 7 2 Industrial Park Projects

6 7 3 Development Plans

6 7 4 Criteria

6 7 5 Procedure

6 7 6 Waivers Authorized

6 7 7 Defraying City's Costs


6 7 1. Documents Required.

Any person or entity desiring to become a user seeking to have the City issue industrial development bonds shall:

(a) Prepare and submit to the City the following documents proposed by the user to be adopted and/or entered into by the City:

(1) A Proposed Resolution Providing For The Issuance By The City Of Riverdale, Utah, Of Its Industrial Development Revenue Bonds For The [insert name of project] For The Purpose of Providing [insert the purpose], Authorizing The Preparation of Documents And Instruments Related Thereto; And Related Matters. [A form for this resolution has not yet been prepared, but it is intended that such a form will be attached to this Chapter (when it is prepared) as Attachment No. 1 to this Chapter. This resolution shall be commonly known as the Inducement Resolution. Prior to the Amendment of this Chapter, the City Council will consider and approve such resolutions on an individual basis.]

(2) A Proposed Memorandum Of Agreement to be entered into between the City and the user. [A form for this Memorandum of Agreement has not yet been prepared, but it is intended that such a form will be attached to this Chapter by amendment (when it is prepared) as Attachment No. 2 to this Chapter. Prior to the amendment of this Chapter, the City Council will consider and approve such resolutions on an individual basis.]

(3) A Proposed Preliminary Financing Statement. [A form for this Preliminary Financing Statement has not yet been prepared, but it is intended that such form will be attached to this Chapter by Amendment to this Chapter (when it is prepared) as Attachment No. 3 to this Chapter.]

(b) Prepare and submit to the City the following at the same time as the Inducement Resolution, Memorandum of Agreement, and Financing Statement are submitted to the City:

(1) A preliminary pro forma setting forth general projections of the project, including short and long term financing costs. The preliminary pro forma shall be in form and substance satisfactory to the City.

(2) A short statement in text and general financial schedules setting forth the reasons why the project should not be carried out with private financing from sources other than by industrial facilities development bonds. The statement shall be in form and substance satisfactory to the City.

(3) A letter from a bond underwriting company stating that the proposed bonds are reasonably probable of issuance as tax exempt bonds at or less than the rate projected in the pro forma submitted. The letter shall be in form and substance satisfactory to the City.

(4) A letter from a recognized bond legal counsel that the proposed bonds would probably be legal and tax exempt. The letter shall be in form and substance satisfactory to the City.


6 7 2. Industrial Park Projects.

Utah Code Annotated Section 11 17 3, Subparagraph (5) (1953) sets forth certain requirements which apply only to industrial park projects. The City hereby states that these requirements shall apply to industrial park projects within the City of Riverdale. Thus, those provisions are hereby made applicable to industrial park projects as follows:

After the adoption of the Inducement Resolution, but before the City shall undertake to issue revenue bonds hereunder for the purpose of defraying the cost of acquiring, constructing, reconstructing, improving, maintaining, equipping or furnishing any industrial park project, the City Council shall adopt and establish a plan of development for the project and shall, by resolution duly adopted, find, determine and declare that the project for the establishment of such projects is well conceived and has a reasonable prospect of success, that the project will tend to provide proper economic development of the City and will encourage development to locate within or near the City. There may be included as a part of any such plan of development for any project zoning regulations, restrictions on usage of sites within the boundaries of the project, minimum size of sites, parking and loading regulations, and methods for the providing and furnishing of such other City services as shall be deemed necessary in order to provide for the maintenance of the public health and safety. If any water or sewerage facilities are to be acquired as part of the development of the land for a project hereunder, such water and sewerage facilities may be acquired as part of issue of bonds issued under this Act and this Chapter through the issuance of bonds payable from water and sewer charges in such manner as is now or as may hereafter be provided by law, in combination with an issue of refunding bonds, in combination with an issue of bonds upon the consent of the holders of outstanding bonds issued for the same purpose or purposes, in combination with bonds issued for the purposes of financing water and sewer facilities which will not be a part of a project, or in any combination of the foregoing.


6 7 3. Development Plans.

In order for the City to be able to adopt and establish a plan of development for a project, and to make the necessary findings, determinations, and declarations, the user (prior to the Bond Issuance Resolution) shall submit to the City a proposed plan for development with sufficient text and drawings to provide adequate justification for the City Council to adopt and establish a plan of development for the project and sufficient for the City Council to make the necessary findings, determinations and declaration.

(a) The plan for development shall contain the following:

(1) A site plan.

(2) Elevations of the proposed building or buildings.

(3) A copy of all plans and drawings.

(4) Text describing the development and its uses.

(5) Property map showing the property involved.

(6) Legal description of the property.

(7) Detailed schedule with projected dates for the issuance of the bonds, the preparation of construction plans, the commencement date and the completion date for construction.

(8) Public utilities and public improvements needed for the project and who is proposed to pay for such utilities and improvements.

(9) A pro forma setting forth the projected costs for the project.

6 7 4. Criteria.

The City Council shall use the following criteria as general guidelines in deciding whether and how to issue industrial development revenue bonds:

(a) The City desires that a public purpose be served, i.e. will the bond issue merely create an unreasonably high return on investment considering risk and market conditions, or will the bond issue make an otherwise infeasible project possible and feasible?

(b) The City desires to maximize the number of new jobs to be produced by the project and/or the number of jobs to be retained by the project. The City desires that these jobs be for all income levels of people.

(c) The City desires to maximize private investment in the City at minimum public cost.

(d) The City desires to have quality architecture and construction consistent with private economic feasibility.

(e) The City desires to have a balance between economic feasibility and environmental quality.

(f) The City desires that there be no cost to the City for carrying out these projects.

(g) The City desires for a development revolving fund to be created from 20% of any excess private return on these projects if this is possible and feasible. Such fund will be used for encouraging and assisting private development in the City.

(h) The City desires that the users be of sufficient ability, experience, stability, and financial strength to assure successful development and management.

6 7 5. Procedure.

The City will receive the materials submitted pursuant to Section 1, and review those materials for legality, practicality, and feasibility. The City, if it desires to proceed, will adopt the Inducement Resolution and enter into the Memorandum of Agreement. Thereafter, the City will work with the Developer toward the issuance of the bonds. In no event is the City required to issue the bonds, unless and until the Bond Issuance Resolution and other documents are approved and adopted.

6 7 6. Waivers Authorized.

The standards, criteria, and processes established in this Chapter which are not required by State or Federal law may be waived by the City Council depending on the facts and circumstances of each project.

6 7 7. Defraying City's Costs.

At the time the materials required by Section 6 8 1 are submitted to the City, the user shall also submit $7,500.00 to the City to defray the City's costs for reviewing and acting on the submittal. This fee can be recovered from the bond proceeds if the bonds are issued. The City may request additional amounts if more is necessary for such purposes. The City solely at its option may return any portion of the fee it decides is or was not needed for such purposes.

Chapter 8 - Redevelopment Agency


6 8 1 Establishment

6 8 2 Powers

6 8 3 Rules

6 8 4 Riverdale Road Neighborhood Development Plan

6 8 5 1050 West Neighborhood Development Plan

6 8 6 Weber River Neighborhood Development Plan


6 8 1. Establishment.

The legislative body of Riverdale City consisting of the Mayor and Riverdale City Council is hereby designated as the Redevelopment Agency of Riverdale City. The Mayor shall be the Chairman of the Redevelopment Agency and the Councilmen shall be members of said Agency.

6 8 2. Powers.

(a) The Redevelopment Agency of Riverdale is hereby authorized to enter into contracts generally and shall have power to transact the business and exercise all the powers set forth in the Utah Neighborhood Development Act, Utah Code Annotated 11 19 1 et seq. and all provisions of said State law are hereby adopted by reference and shall be modified as amendments are made thereto by the Utah State Legislature.

(b) The agency is authorized to employ such personnel as are necessary to meet the requirements of the Utah Neighborhood Development Act and provide from the funds available to the agency for payment and compensation of the such employees in developing particular plans pursuant to the act.

(Ordinance No. 367, adopted September 21, 1988.)


6 8 3. Rules.

The Rules Governing Participation and Preference by Owners, Operators of Businesses and Tenants of the Redevelopment Agency of Riverdale for Redevelopment Project Areas adopted by the Agency be and the same are hereby approved pursuant to law. (Ordinance No. 436, Adopted April 7, 1993.)

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