ARTICLE III.
ELECTRICAL CODE1

DIVISION 1. GENERALLY

Sec. 5-31 Definitions.

As used in this article, the terms “electrical inspector” or “chief electrical inspector” shall mean the city building official.

(Ord. No. 1459, § 1, 12-20-04)

Sec. 5-32 Adopted.

There is hereby adopted by the common council, for the purpose of prescribing regulations governing conditions hazardous to life and property from the use of electricity for light, heat, power, radio and signaling, that certain code known as NFPA 70, National Electrical Code, 2011 Edition, as published by the National Fire Protection Association and the most current published edition of the Electrical Code Administrative Provisions, as published by the International Code Council. Three (3) copies of said code are on file in the office of the city clerk.

(Ord. No. 1459, § 1, 12-20-04, made pub. rec. by Res. No. 4061, 12-20-04; Ord. No. 1459R, 9-5-06; Ord. No. 1754, § 1, 5-21-13)

State law references: Power of city to adopt technical codes by reference, A.R.S. §§ 9-801, 9-802.

Sec. 5-33 Reserved.

Editor’s note: Ord. No. 1603, § 1, adopted Dec. 17, 2007, removed §§ 5-33, and 5-35, which pertained to electrical wiring and both sections were derived from Ord. No. 1459, § 1, 12-20-04.

Sec. 5-34 Reserved.

Sec. 5-35 Reserved.

Editor’s note: Ord. No. 1603, § 1, adopted Dec. 17, 2007, removed §§ 5-33, and 5-35, which pertained to electrical wiring and both sections were derived from Ord. No. 1459, § 1, 12-20-04.

Secs. 5-365-40. Reserved.

DIVISION 2. PERMIT AND INSPECTIONS

Secs. 5-415-46. Reserved.

Sec. 5-47 Clearance prior to commencement of service.

It shall be unlawful for any public service company operating in the city to furnish current to any new building, tent, structure or outdoor wiring of any kind, nature or description without first obtaining clearance from the city building inspector, stating that such wiring is approved and a permit has been issued for the use of current. Whenever any service is discontinued to any building or structure for any cause whatever (except nonpayment of bill), a clearance will be necessary before said building structure can be reconnected.

(Ord. No. 1459, § 1, 12-20-04; Ord. No. 1603, § 1, 12-17-07)

Secs. 5-485-60. Reserved.


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Editor’s note: Ordinance No. 1459, § 1, adopted Dec. 20, 2004, amended Ch. 5, Art. III to read as herein set out. Prior to this amendment, Art. III contained provisions relative to the same subject matter and derived from Code 1966 § 22-60, and from the following ordinances: Ord. No. 132, § II, 4-12-71; Ord. No. 250, § 1, 9-8-75; Ord. No. 310, § 8, 1-9-78; Ord. No. 449, § 1, 4-12-82; Ord. No. 472-A, § 6, 11-8-82; Ord. No. 532, §§ 1, 2, 8-20-84; Ord. No. 659, § 1, 7-6-87; Ord. No. 788, § 1, 2-20-90.

Cross references: Fees, § 5-2.