Chapter 15.04
GENERAL PROVISIONS

Sections:

15.04.010    Definitions.

15.04.055    Construction hours and noise.

15.04.060    Violation—Penalty.

15.04.010 Definitions.

“Building code” means the California Building Code or CBC, 2016 Edition, based on the 2015 International Building Code promulgated by the International Code Council, including the appendix thereto, together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions thereto as amended in Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations and this chapter.

“Dangerous building code” is the Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings, 1997 Edition, promulgated by the International Code Council, together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions as amended by the Marina Municipal Code.

“Electrical code” means the California Electric Code or CEC, 2016 Edition, based on the 2015 National Electrical Code edition promulgated by the National Fire Protection Association, as amended and set forth in the California Building Standards Code, Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations, and in this title, known as the California Electrical Code (CEC).

“Emergency work” means work that if not done immediately will affect the life safety of the occupant or cause damage to the structure.

“Existing building code” means the California Existing Building Code, 2016 Edition, based on the 2015 International Existing Building Code promulgated by the International Code Council, including the appendix thereto.

“Fire code” is the California Fire Code or CFC, 2016 Edition, promulgated by the International Fire Code Institute, including the appendix sections, together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions thereto as amended in the California Code of Regulations and in the Marina Municipal Code, known as the California Fire Code (CFC).

“Green building standards code” means the California Green Building Standards Code, 2016 Edition thereto, together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions as amended by the Marina Municipal Code.

“Housing code” is the Uniform Housing Code 1997, promulgated by the International Code Council, together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions thereto as amended in the Marina Municipal Code.

“Mechanical code” is the California Mechanical Code or UMC, 2016 Edition, promulgated by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials, including Appendices A, B, C and D thereto, together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions thereto as amended in Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations and in the Marina Municipal Code, known as California Mechanical Code (CMC).

“Plumbing code” is the California Plumbing Code or UPC, 2016 Edition, promulgated by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials, including the Appendices G and I thereto, together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions thereto as amended in Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations and in the Marina Municipal Code, known as the California Plumbing Code (CPC).

“Residential code” means the California Residential Code, 2016 Edition, based on the 2015 International Residential Code promulgated by the International Code Council together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions as amended by the Marina Municipal Code.

“Security code” is the Uniform Building Security Code, 1997 Edition, promulgated by the International Code Council, together with those omissions, amendments, exceptions and additions thereto as amended in the Marina Municipal Code (UBSC). (Ord. 2016-05 § 1 (Exh. A (1)), 2016)

15.04.055 Construction hours and noise.

Unless performing emergency work as defined in Section 15.04.010, it is unlawful for any person within the city to conduct any outside construction, repair work or related activities requiring a building, grading, demolition, use or other permit from the city when construction noise is produced adjacent to residential uses, including transient lodging, except between the hours of seven a.m. and seven p.m. (standard time), and on Sundays and holidays between the hours of ten a.m. and seven p.m. (standard time). During daylight savings time, the hours of construction may be extended one hour to eight p.m. For the purposes of this section, “holidays” shall include New Year’s Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving and Christmas. However, during the hours of construction, no construction, tools or equipment shall produce a decibel level of more than sixty decibels for twenty-five percent of an hour at any receiving property line. (Ord. 87-2 § 2, 1987)

15.04.060 Violation—Penalty.

Any person who does any work or uses, occupies or maintains any building or structure, or causes the same to be done, or does any grading, contrary to or in violation of this title or of any of the uniform codes adopted by this title is guilty of an infraction. (Ord. 78-14 § 1a, 1978: Ord. 76-9 § 1.7, 1976)