ARTICLE 9-1
Technical Codes

Section

9-1-1    Adoption by reference

9-1-2    Conformance to zoning ordinance

9-1-1 ADOPTION BY REFERENCE.

(A) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, by reference, the International Building Code, 2006 Edition, as published by the International Code Council, adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 07-1146 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear by reference thereto, as fully and completely as if the terms thereof were fully set forth herein, in total, except as modified or changed as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, "Administration", is hereby amended as follows:

101.1 Title. Insert the words "City of Goodyear" as the name of jurisdiction. Also add, "The fees and administrative provisions of this chapter, as amended herein, of the International Building Code shall apply to all the adopted technical codes except for the City of Goodyear Fire Code. When there is a conflict between the provisions of the International Building Code and those of another technical code, the provisions of the International Building Code shall apply. Where there is an administrative provision contained in another technical code and not in the International Building Code, then the administrative provision of the technical code shall apply."

101.4 Referenced codes. Shall be deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

101.4 Referenced codes. The other codes listed in Sections 101.4.1 through 101.4.7 and referenced elsewhere in this code shall be considered part of the requirements of this code to the prescribed extent of each reference.

Except for the administrative requirements in the City of Goodyear Fire Code, the administrative requirements and fees specified in this code shall supersede those in other adopted codes when there is a conflict.

Any references to the ICC Electrical Code shall be deleted and the words "Electrical Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time" shall be inserted in lieu thereof.

Any references to the International Fuel Gas Code shall be deleted and the words "Plumbing Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time" shall be inserted in lieu thereof.

Any references to the International Plumbing Code shall be deleted and the words "Plumbing Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time" shall be inserted in lieu thereof.

Any references to the International Fire Code shall be deleted and the words "Fire Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time" shall be inserted in lieu thereof.

Any references to the International Zoning Code shall be deleted and the words "Zoning Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time" shall be inserted in lieu thereof.

Any references to the International Existing Building Code, International Private Sewage Disposal Code or International Energy Conservation Code shall be deleted, except that the requirements of the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code shall only apply to all buildings regulated by the 2006 International Residential Code as adopted by the city.

101.4.1 Electrical. The provisions of the Electrical Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time shall apply to the installation of electrical systems, including alterations, repairs, replacement, equipment, appliances, fixtures, fittings and appurtenances thereto.

101.4.2 Plumbing and Gas. The provisions of the Plumbing Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time shall apply to the installation alterations, repairs and replacement of plumbing systems, including equipment, appliances, fixtures, fittings and appurtenances, and where connected to a water or sewage system and all applicable aspects of a medical gas system. The provisions shall also apply to the installation of gas piping from the point of delivery, gas appliances and related accessories.

101.4.3 Mechanical. The provisions of the Mechanical Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time shall apply to the installation, alterations, repairs, and replacement of mechanical systems, including equipment, appliances, fixtures, fittings and/or appurtenances, including ventilating, heating, cooling, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, incinerators, and other energy-related systems.

101.4.4 Property maintenance. The provision of the Property Maintenance Code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time shall apply to existing structures and premises; equipment and facilities; light, ventilation, space heating, sanitation, life and fire safety, hazards; responsibilities of owners, operators and occupants; and occupancy of existing premises and structures.

101.4.5 Fire prevention. The provisions of the fire code adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time shall apply to matters affecting or relating to structures, processes and premises from the hazard of fire or explosion arising from the storage, handling or use of structures, materials or devices; from conditions hazardous to life, property or public welfare in the occupancy of structures or premises; and from the construction, extension, repair, alteration or removal of fire suppression and alarm systems or fire hazards in the structure or on the premises from occupancy or operation.

101.4.6 International Energy Conservation Code. The provisions of the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code shall apply to all matters governing the design and construction of those structures regulated by the International Residential Code as adopted by the city.

105.3.2 Time limitation of application. Amend to read as follows:

An application for a permit for any proposed work shall be deemed to have been abandoned 180 days after the date of filing, unless such application had been pursued in good faith or a permit has been issued; except that the Building Official is authorized to grant one extension of time for a period not to exceed 90 days. The extension shall be requested in writing and justifiable cause demonstrated.

105.5 Expiration. Amend to read as follows:

Every permit issued permit issued shall become invalid unless the work authorized by such permit is commenced and required inspections are requested by the permittee and approved by the Building Official within 180 days after its issuance, or if more than 180 days elapses between required inspections. The Building Official shall be authorized to grant one extension of time for a period not to exceed 180 days. Permits shall not be extended more than once and all requests for extensions shall be in writing. In order to renew action on a permit after expiration, a new full permit fee shall be paid based on the current fee schedule adopted by the city.

108.3 Building permit valuations. The following paragraphs shall be added after the last sentence:

For the purposes of determining valuations, the most current building valuation data table as published by the International Code Council in Building Safety Journal magazine, as such data is published from time to time, shall be used. The valuation for any shell-only buildings shall be permitted to be reduced by 20 percent. The valuation for any foundation-only permit shall be permitted to be reduced by 65 percent. When a foundation-only permit is authorized by the Building Official, it shall be permitted to include the foundation, interior underground utilities and any interior slab-work when so specified. Any valuation not specifically provided for shall be determined by the Building Official and shall be classified in the use and construction type it most nearly resembles.

For the purposes of determining the fire permit valuation, the most current building valuation data table as published by the International Code Council in Building Safety Journal magazine, as such data is published from time to time, shall be used to determine fire permit fee from Table 1-E, Section A. Any valuation not specifically provided for shall be determined by the Building Official and shall be classified in the use and construction type it most nearly resembles.

108.4 Work commencing before permit issuance. Add the following to the end of this subsection:

This fee shall be equal to the amount of the permit fee required by the adopted fees. The payment of such fee shall not exempt an applicant from compliance with all other provisions of either this code or other requirements nor from the penalty prescribed by law.

108.6 Refunds. This subsection shall be revised in its entirety to read as follows:

108.6 Refunds. The Building Official shall be permitted to authorize refunding of a fee paid hereunder which was erroneously paid or collected.

The Building Official shall be permitted to authorize refunding of not more than 80 percent of the permit fee paid when no work has been done under a permit issued in accordance with this code.

The Building Official shall be permitted to authorize refunding of not more than 80 percent of the plan review fee paid when an application for a permit for which a plan review fee has been paid is withdrawn or canceled before any examination time has been expended.

The Building Official shall not be permitted to authorize refunding of any fee paid except upon written application filed by the original permittee not later than 90 days after the date of fee payment.

Add the following two subsections:

108.7 Plan review fees. Except as expressly provided herein and except for plan reviews to insure compliance with the City of Goodyear Fire Code, (exclusive of fire/smoke detection and/or suppression systems) the fee for plan reviews provided for in Section 108 of Chapter 1, as amended shall be 65 percent of the permit fee as shown in Tables 1-A through 1-D in subsection 108.8. When a plan review for compliance with the Fire Code (exclusive of fire/smoke detection and/or suppression systems) is required, a plan review fee of 35 percent of the previously stated 65 percent plan review fee shall be charged. Any submittals that require three or more reviews shall be charged an hourly rate of $100.00 per review with a minimum rate of $100.00. Fire systems plan review fee shall be 65 percent of the permit fees as shown in Tables 1-E, Section A.

In no case shall any plan review fee be less than $35.00 except as stated otherwise in subsection 108.8.

Subsection 108.8 is added as follows:

108.8 Fee schedule. Unless otherwise indicated, the following fees will be applicable to residential and non-residential projects.

Swimming Pools

Above Ground    

$50.00*

In-Ground (Residential)    

$150.00*

In-Ground (Non-residential)    

$250.00*

Spas/Hot Tubs    

$75.00*

*When standard pool/spa/hot tub plans are not on file with the Building Official, a $75.00 plan review fee will also be charged.

Re-Roof (One- and Two-Dwelling Structures Only)

Shingles - overlay    

$25.00

Shingles and sheathing    

$50.00

Tile and sheathing    

$50.00

Other types of roofs shall be based on valuation of the project.

Vacuum Breaker (For residential landscape irrigation systems only)

1 through 5 devices    

$36.00*

Over 5, each additional    

$2.00*

Includes only the electrical required to operate the system.

Wrecking Buildings

Residential accessory building or garage (per structure)    

$25.00

Single-family residence (per structure)    

$100.00

Structures other than residential single-family (per structure)    

$200.00

Temporary Sales Trailers

Temporary sales trailer

Building permit    

$200.00

Plan review    

$75.00

(Note: These fees do not include electrical or development fees.)

Generators

Temporary generators (each)    

$75.00

Mobile home hook up (includes sewer, water and electrical, where applicable)    

$50.00

Permits for existing residential (R-3) buildings (except swimming pools), including but not limited to, interior alterations, detached garages, carports, storage sheds over 100 square feet, patio covers and gazebos, shall be charged a building permit fee based on Table 1-A and a plan review fee of $35.00. For habitable room additions, the permit fee shall be based on Table 1-A and the plan review fee shall be $100.00. Revisions to any of the above types of plans shall be charged a $35.00 plan review fee.

TABLE 1-A BUILDING PERMIT FEES
 

Total Valuation

Fee

$1.00 to $500.00

$34.00

$501.00 to $2,000.00

$34.00 for the first $500.00 plus $5.00 for each additional $100.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $2,000.00.

$2,001.00 to $25,000.00

$98.00 for the first $2,000.00 plus $19.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $25,000.00.

$25,001.00 to $50,000.00

$554.00 for the first $25,000.00 plus $14.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $50,000.00.

$50,001.00 to $100,000.00

$912.00 for the first $50,000.00 plus $10.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $100,000.00.

$100,001.00 to $500,000.00

$1,408.00 for the first $100,000.00 plus $8.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $500,000.00.

$500,001.00 to $1,000,000.00

$4,579.00 for the first $500,000.00 plus $7.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $1,000,000.00.

$1,000,001.00 and up

$7,042.00 for the first $1,000,000.00 plus $5.00 for each $1,000.00 or fraction thereof.

Other Inspections and Fees:

(Applies to building, structural, electrical, mechanical and plumbing)

1.

Inspections outside of normal business hours (min. charge - 4 hours, collected prior to conducting inspections(s))    

$100.00 per hour *

2.

Reinspection fees    

$100.00 per hour *

3.

Inspections or administrative services for which no fee is specifically indicated    

$100.00 per hour *

4.

Additional review required by changes, additions, or lost plans or plan review comment sheets (min. charge - 1 hour)    

$100.00 per hour *

5.

For use of outside consultants for plan checking and/or inspections    

Actual costs **

6.

Site plan review (or revision) for residential standard plan submittals    

$50.00 each

7.

Review of deferred submittals (submitted after initial plan review)    

$175.00 per submittal

8.

Certificate of Occupancy permit (except R-3 Single-Family accessory uses)    

$50.00 per building or "shell" plus $25.00 for each additional nonresidential tenant improvement.

For R-3 Single-Family accessory uses    

$25.00 per building. All Certificate of Occupancy permit fees (except those in #9 below) shall be collected at time of permit issuance.

9.

Temporary, partial or conditional Certificate of Occupancy Same as for Certificate Occupancy in #8 above and shall be collected prior to conducting inspection.

10.

Replication of plans (when legally authorized)    

Actual replication costs plus $100.00

11.

Annual renewal of Standard Residential Plans (per plan)    

$30.00

12.

Annual renewal of Standard Swimming Pool Plans (per plan)    

$30.00

13.

Expedited plan review of Commercial/Industrial/Multifamily projects    

Double plan review fee

14.

Preliminary fee for Standard Residential Plans    

$500.00 per standard plan, due at submittal.

15.

Written response to requests for building code or Building Safety Division policy issues    

$50.00

16.

Stamping of additional approved plans (after the two initially submitted sets)    

$50.00 each

17.

Fee for Annual Permit per Section 105.1.1    

$500.00

18.

Public schools will only be charged the actual costs incurred from plan review and/or inspection by consultants as well as any reinspection fees as specified in #2 above and Section 108.8.

19.

Plan Review Fee for the review of plans provided for in Section 108, Chapter 1, as amended and the Permit Fee exclusively for a solar photovoltaic system shall be a flat $35.00 regardless of the number of reviews required.

*Or the total hourly cost to the jurisdiction, whichever is greater. This cost shall include supervision, overhead, equipment, hourly wages and fringe benefits of the employees involved. Minimum charge-one hour.

**Actual costs include consultant’s fees and city administration and overhead costs at a rate of $100.00 per hour with a minimum charge of one hour, or normal plan review fees, whichever is greater.

TABLE 1-B ELECTRICAL PERMIT FEES
 

Permit Issuance

For the issuance of each electrical permit    

$36.00

For the issuing of each supplemental permit for which the original permit has not expired, been canceled, nor finaled    

$15.00

System Fee Schedule

(Note: The following do not include permit-issuing fee.)

Carnivals and Circuses

Carnivals, circuses, or other traveling shows or exhibitions utilizing transportable-type rides, booths, displays and attractions    

$175.00

Temporary Power Service

Temporary Power Pole and Service    

$35.00

For a temporary distribution system and temporary lighting and receptacle outlets for construction sites, decorative lights, Christmas tree sales lots, etc., each    

$20.00

Unit Fee Schedule

(The following do not include permit-issuing fee.)    

Receptacle, Switch and Light Outlets

For receptacle, switch, light or other outlets at which current is used or controlled, except services, feeders and meters:

First 20 fixtures, each    

$2.00

Additional fixtures, each    

$1.00

Note: For multi-outlet assemblies, each 5 feet or fraction thereof may be considered as one outlet.

Lighting Fixtures

For lighting fixtures, sockets or other lamp-holding devices:

First 20 fixtures, each    

$2.00

Additional fixtures, each    

$1.00

For pole or platform-mounted lighting fixtures    

$2.00

For theatrical-type lighting fixtures or assemblies, each    

$2.00

Additional Circuits to Existing Panels

Each additional circuit    

$5.00

Residential Appliances

For fixed residential appliances or receptacle outlets for same, including wall-mounted electric ovens, counter-mounted cooking tops; electric ranges; self-contained room, console or through-wall air conditioners; space heaters; food waste grinders; dishwashers; washing machines; water heaters; clothes dryers; or other motor-operated appliances not exceeding one horsepower (HP) in rating, each    

$8.00

Note: For other types of air conditioners and other motor-driven appliances having larger electrical ratings, see Power Apparatus.

Nonresidential Appliances

For nonresidential appliances and self-contained factory-wired, nonresidential appliances not exceeding one horsepower (HP), kilowatt (kW) or kilovolt-ampere (kVA), in rating including medical and dental devices; food, beverage and ice cream cabinets; illuminated show cases, drinking fountains; vending machines, laundry machines; or other similar types of equipment, each    

$8.00

Note: For other types of air conditioners and other motor-driven appliances having larger electrical ratings, see Power Apparatus.

Power Apparatus

For motors, transformers, rectifiers, synchronous converters, capacitors, industrial heating, air conditioners and heat pumps, cooking or baking equipment and other apparatus, as follows:

Rating in horsepower (HP), kilowatts (kW), kilovolt-amperes (KVA) or kilovolt-amperes-reactive (kVAR):

Up to and including 1, each    

$15.00

Over 1 and not over 10, each    

$25.00

Over 10 and not over 50, each    

$45.00

Over 50 and not over 100, each    

$65.00

Over 100, each    

$85.00

Notes:

1. For equipment or other appliances having more than one motor, transformer, heater, etc., the sum of the combined ratings may be used.

2. These fees include all switches, circuit breakers, contractors, thermostats, relays and other directly related control equipment.

Busways

For trolley and plug-in-type busways, each 100 feet or fraction thereof    

$15.00

Note: An additional fee is required for lighting fixtures, motors and other appliances that are connected to trolley and plug-in type busways. A fee is not required for portable tools.

Services

For services of 600 volts or less and not over 200 amperes in rating, each    

$55.00

For services of 600 volts or less and over 200 amperes to 1,000 amperes, each    

$80.00

For services over 600 volts or over 1,000 amperes in rating, each    

$175.00

Electrical services of 400 amperes or larger shall require plans with an approved Arizona engineer’s seal and shall be charged a $100.00 plan review fee.

Miscellaneous Apparatus, Conduits and Conductors

For electrical apparatus, conduits and conductors for which no fee is herein set forth    

$30.00

Note: This fee is not applicable when a fee is paid for one or more services, outlets, fixtures, appliances, power apparatus, busways, signs or other equipment.

TABLE 1-C MECHANICAL PERMIT FEES
 

Permit Issuance

For the issuance of each mechanical permit    

$36.00

For issuing each supplemental permit for which the original permit has not expired, been canceled or finaled    

$15.00

Unit Fee Schedule

(Note: The following do not include permit-issuing fee.)

Furnaces

For the installation or relocation of each forced-air or gravity-type furnace or burner, including ducts and vents attached to such appliance, up to and including 100,000 Btu/h    

$25.00

For the installation or relocation of each forced-air or gravity-type furnace or burner, including ducts and vents attached to such appliance over 100,000 Btu/h    

$30.00

For the installation or relocation of each floor furnace, including vent    

$25.00

For the installation or relocation of each suspended heater, recessed wall heater or floor-mounted unit heater    

$25.00

Appliance Vents

For the installation, relocation or replacement of each appliance vent installed and not included in an appliance permit    

$15.00

Repairs or Additions

For the repair of, alteration of, or addition to each heating appliance, refrigeration unit, cooling unit, absorption unit, or each heating, cooling absorption or evaporative cooling system, including installation of controls regulated by the Mechanical Code    

$25.00

Boilers, Compressors and Absorption Systems

For the installation or relocation of each boiler or compressor to and including three horsepower, or each absorption system to and including 100,000 Btu/h    

$25.00

For the installation or relocation of each boiler or compressor over three horsepower to and including 15 horsepower, or each absorption system over 100,000 Btu/h to and including 500,000 Btu/h    

$35.00

For the installation or relocation of each boiler or compressor over 15 horsepower to and including 30 horsepower, or each absorption system over 500,000 Btu/h to and including 1,000,000 Btu/h    

$45.00

For the installation or relocation of each boiler or compressor over 30 horsepower, or each absorption system over 1,000,000 Btu/h to and including 1,750,000 Btu/h    

$65.00

For the installation or relocation of each boiler or compressor over 50 horsepower, or each absorption system over 1,750,000 Btu/h    

$120.00

Air Handlers

For each air-handling unit to and including 10,000 cubic feet per minute, including ducts attached thereto    

$20.00

Note: This fee does not apply to an air-handling unit which is a portion of a factory-assembled appliance, cooling unit, evaporative cooler or absorption unit for which a permit is required elsewhere in the Mechanical Code.

For each air-handling unit over 10,000 cfm    

$25.00

Evaporative Coolers

For each evaporative cooler other than portable type    

$20.00

Air Conditioning

Residential single-family (per unit, with or without duct work including associated electrical work)    

$25.00

Other than residential single-family (per unit, without duct work)    

$70.00

Other than residential single-family (per unit, with duct work)    

$115.00

Ventilation and Exhaust

For each ventilation fan connected to a single duct    

$10.00

For each ventilation system which is not a portion of any heating or air-conditioning system authorized by a permit    

$20.00

For the installation of each hood which is served by mechanical exhaust, including the ducts for such hood    

$20.00

Incinerators

For the installation or relocation of each residential-type incinerator    

$25.00

For the installation or relocation of each commercial or industrial-type incinerator    

$80.00

Miscellaneous

For each appliance or piece of equipment regulated by the Mechanical Code but not classed in other appliance categories, or for which no other fee is listed in the table    

$30.00

TABLE 1-D PLUMBING PERMIT FEES
 

Permit Issuance

For the issuance of each plumbing permit    

$36.00

For issuing each supplemental permit for which the original permit has not expired, been canceled or finaled    

$15.00

Unit Fee Schedule

(Note: The following do not include permit-issuing fee.)

Fixtures and Vents

For each plumbing fixture or trap or set of fixtures on one trap (including water, drainage piping and backflow protection thereof)    

$15.00

For repair or alteration of drainage or vent piping, each fixture    

$10.00

Sewers, Disposal Systems and Interceptors

For each building sewer and each trailer park sewer (including repairs)    

$35.00

For each cesspool    

$45.00

For each private sewage disposal system    

$90.00

For each industrial waste pretreatment interceptor including its trap and vent, excepting kitchen-type grease interceptors functioning as fixture traps    

$30.00

Rainwater systems-per drain (inside building)    

$20.00

Water Piping and Water Heaters

For installation, alteration, or repair of water piping or water-treating equipment, or both, each    

$15.00

For each water heater, including vent    

$20.00

For vents only, see Table 1-C.

Gas Piping Systems

For each gas piping system of one to five outlets    

$10.00

For each additional outlet over five, each    

$2.00

When plans are submitted for review    

$35.00

Lawn Sprinklers, Vacuum Breakers and Backflow Protection Devices for Other Than Residential Landscape Irrigation Systems

For each lawn sprinkler system on any one meter, including backflow protection devices therefore    

$25.00

For atmospheric-type vacuum breakers or backflow protection devices:

1 to 5 devices    

$20.00

Over 5 devices, each    

$3.00

For each backflow-protection device other than atmospheric- type vacuum breakers:

2 inches and smaller    

$20.00

Over 2 inches    

$30.00

Miscellaneous

For each appliance or piece of equipment regulated by the Plumbing Code but not classed in any other categories, or for which no other fee is listed in code    

$30.00

TABLE 1-E FIRE PROTECTION PERMIT FEES

Section A

Total Valuation

Fee

$1.00 to $500.00

$34.00

$501.00 to $2,000.00

$34.00 for the first $500.00 plus $5.00 for each additional $100.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $2,000.00.

$2,001.00 to $25,000.00

$98.00 for the first $2,000.00 plus $19.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $25,000.00.

$25,001.00 to $50,000.00

$554.00 for the first $25,000.00 plus $14.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $50,000.00.

$50,001.00 to $100,000.00

$912.00 for the first $50,000.00 plus $10.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $100,000.00.

$100,001.00 to $500,000.00

$1,408.00 for the first $100,000.00 plus $8.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $500,000.00.

$500,001.00 to $1,000,000.00

$4,579.00 for the first $500,000.00 plus $7.00 for each additional $1,000.00 or fraction thereof, to and including $1,000,000.00.

$1,000,001.00 and up

$7,042.00 for the first $1,000,000.00 plus $5.00 for each $1,000.00 or fraction thereof.

Other Inspections and Fees (applies to fire plan review):

1. Additional review required by changes, additions, or lost plans or plan review comment sheets (min. charge - 1 hour)    

$100.00 per hour*

2. For use of outside consultants for plan checking and/or inspections    

Actual costs**

3. Review of deferred submittals (submitted after initial plan review)    

$175.00 per submittal

4. Replication of plans (when legally authorized)    

Actual replication costs plus $100.00

5. Expedited plan review of commercial/industrial/multi-family projects    

Double plan review fee

*Or the total hourly costs to the jurisdiction, whichever is greater. This cost shall include supervision, overhead, equipment, hourly wages and fringe benefits of the employees involved. Minimum charge - one hour.

**Actual costs include consultant’s fees and city administration and overhead costs at a rate of $100.00 per hour with a minimum charge of one hour, or normal plan review fees, whichever is greater.

Section B

Permit Issuance    

$100.00

Automatic Sprinkler Systems - New Installation

1<10,000 square feet    

$375.00

10,001 to 50,000 square feet    

$450.00

Each additional 50,000 square feet or fraction thereof    

$450.00

Each story above or below    

$200.00

Automatic Sprinkler Systems - Modification

1 - 20 heads    

$75.00

21 - 50 heads    

$100.00

51 - 100 heads    

$250.00

101 - 500 heads    

$300.00

Each additional 100 heads    

$100.00

***Residential fire sprinkler systems (NFPA13D)    

$100.00

(No valuation fee to be added to this system permit).

Extinguishing Systems (Clean Agent, Halon, Dry Chemical, and Carbon Dioxide and Others)

Extinguishing systems as referenced above, new installation

1 - 5,000 square feet    

$200.00

Each additional 5,000 square feet or fraction thereof    

$50.00

Hood Extinguishing Systems - Automatic-New Installation

Single system    

$150.00

Multiple systems    

$150.00

Each additional system    

$75.00

Automatic Hood Systems - Modification

Each system    

$75.00

Fire Pumps - New Installation

Single pumps    

$500.00

Multiple pumps    

$500.00

Each additional pumps    

$300.00

Fire pumps, modifications    

$100.00

Standpipes - New Installation

Up to four    

$200.00

Each additional four    

$100.00

Standpipes, modification    

$50.00

Fire Alarm System - New installation

1 - 1,000 square feet    

$225.00

1,001 - 2,000 square feet    

$300.00

2,001 - 10,000 square feet    

$450.00

10,001 - 50,000 square feet    

$500.00

Each additional 50,000 square feet or fraction thereof    

$200.00

Each story above or below first story    

$200.00

Area Detection throughout    

50% increase of fee

Fire Alarm - Modification

1 - 5 devices    

$100.00

>5 devices    

$150.00

110.2 Certificate Issued. Shall be deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

110.2 Certificate Issued. The Building Official may issue either a certificate of occupancy or a certificate of shell completion.

Subsection 110.2.1 is added as follows:

110.2.1 Certificate of occupancy. After final inspection, if no violations of this code or of related land use and public health ordinances, rules and regulations have been discovered, or if such violations have been discovered and corrected, the Building Official shall issue a certificate of occupancy which shall contain the following:

1. The building permit number.

2. The address of the building.

3. The name and address of the owner.

4. A description of that portion of the building for which the certificate is issued.

5. The name of the Building Official.

6. A statement that the building may be occupied.

7. The edition of the code under which the permit was issued.

8. The use and occupancy, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 3.

9. The type of construction as defined in Chapter 6.

10. The design occupant load.

11. If an automatic sprinkler system is provided, whether the sprinkler system is required.

12. Any special stipulation and conditions of the building permit.

13. An explanation that the responsibility for the building’s compliance with the provisions of the applicable city codes for maintenance of the building rests exclusively with the permit applicants and their agents and the building’s owners.

Subsection 110.2.2 is added as follows:

110.2.2 Certificate of shell completion (IBC 110.2.2). After final inspection of a building or structure for which the permit was issued for only the building shell, if no violations of this code or of related land use and public health ordinances, rules and regulations have been discovered, or if such violations have been discovered and have been corrected, the Building Official shall issue a certificate of shell completion which shall contain the following:

1. The building permit number.

2. The address of the building.

3. The name and address of the owner.

4. A description of the building or that portion of the building for which the certificate is issued.

5. The name of the Building Official.

6. A statement that no portion of the building shall be occupied until tenant improvement permits are obtained and occupancy is approved.

7. The edition of the code under which the permit was issued.

8. The type of construction as defined in Chapter 6.

9. If an automatic sprinkler system is provided, whether the sprinkler system is required.

10. Any special stipulation and conditions of the building permit.

11. An explanation that the responsibility for the building’s compliance with the provisions of the city codes and for maintenance of the building rests exclusively with the permit applicants and their agents and the building’s owners.

110.3 Temporary occupancy. Shall be deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

110.3 Temporary occupancy. The Building Official may issue a temporary certificate of occupancy or a temporary certificate of shell completion.

Subsection 110.3.1 is added as follows:

110.3.1 Temporary Certificate of Occupancy. The Building Official may issue a temporary certificate of occupancy authorizing occupancy of all or part of an unfinished building or structure or a temporary structure if:

1. The Building Official determines that construction is substantially completed in the area to be occupied and that essential health and safety items have been constructed or installed; and

2. The applicant for the temporary certificate of occupancy, on a form satisfactory to the Building Official:

a. Agrees not to make a claim or bring an action against the city for any harms, injury or damage he, she or others may suffer as a result of occupancy of the unfinished building and

b. Agrees to hold the city free and harmless from any claims or legal actions which may be brought by any person or entity as a result of the occupancy of the unfinished building, and

3. For buildings and structures other those of Group R Division 3 occupancy, the applicant shall deposit with the Building Official, cash or its equivalent as determined by the Building Official, as follows:

a. The amount of the cash bond required to occupy a new structure prior to the issuance of the temporary certificate of occupancy shall be determined by the Building Official. The amount of the cash bond required to occupy a temporarily occupied structure for a specified period of time shall be in an amount determined by the Building Official to ensure removal of the structure. In either case, the cash bond will be refunded to the permittee upon completion of work or the satisfactory removal of the temporary structure.

The temporary certificate of occupancy shall contain the same information as a certificate of occupancy along with a list of requirements that remain to be completed, special conditions of temporary occupancy, and dates of temporary occupancy approval and expiration. The temporary certificate of occupancy shall be valid only so long as determined by the Building Official, and only so long as the occupants of the building or structure strictly abide by the conditions and limitations specified in the temporary certificate of occupancy, and only so long as applicable permits are validly maintained or renewed.

In the event of the construction work or removal of the temporarily occupied structure is not completed or material progress has not been made within twelve (12) months following the posting of the cash deposit, the amount remaining on deposit may be applied toward completion of applicable code requirements or for the removal of the temporary structure by the Building Official. Any such action by the Building Official shall first require thirty (30) days written notice to the permittee.

Subsection 110.3.2 is added as follows:

110.3.2 Temporary certificate of shell completion. The Building Official may issue a temporary certificate of shell completion authorizing occupancy for all or part of an unfinished building or structure or a temporary structure if:

1. The Building Official determines that construction is substantially completed and that essential health and safety items have been constructed or installed; and

2. The applicant for the temporary certificate of shell completion, on a form satisfactory to the Building Official;

a. Agrees not to make a claim or bring an action against the city for any harms, injuries or damage he, she or others may suffer as a result of occupancy of the unfinished building, and

b. Agrees to hold the city free and harmless from any claims or legal actions which may be brought by any person or entity as a result of the occupancy of the unfinished building, and

3. For buildings and structures other than those of Group R Division 3 Occupancy, the applicant shall deposit with the Building Official, cash or its equivalent, as determined by the Building Official. The amount of the cash bond required before issuance of the temporary certificate of shell completion shall be determined by the Building Official.

The temporary certificate of shell completion shall contain the same information as the certificate of shell completion along with a list of requirements that remain to be completed, special conditions of temporary shell approval, and the dates of temporary shell approval and expiration. The temporary certificate of shell completion shall be valid only so long as those responsible for the building and structure strictly abide by the conditions and limitations specified in the temporary certificate of shell completion, and only so long as applicable permits are validly maintained or renewed.

110.4 Revocation. Shall be deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

110.4 Revocation. The Building Official may, in writing, suspend or revoke a certificate of occupancy and/or a certificate of shell completion issued under the provisions of this code whenever the certificate is issued in error, or on the basic of incorrect information supplied, or when it is determined that the building or structure or portion thereof is in violation of any ordinance or regulation or any of the provisions of this code.

Subsection 110.5 is added as follows:

110.5 Posting. The certificate of occupancy and/or the certificate of shell completion shall be posted in a conspicuous place on the premises and shall not be removed except by the Building Official.

112.3 Qualifications. Shall be deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

112.3 Qualifications. The board of appeals shall consist of five members who are qualified by experience and training to pass on matters pertaining to building construction and are not employees of the jurisdiction. Each member shall serve for two years or until they are re-appointed or replaced. At least one alternate member will be appointed who shall be called on by the Board Chairperson to hear appeals during the absence or disqualification of a member. The alternate member shall be appointed for two years, or until a successor has been appointed. The Building Official, Fire Official and Code Enforcement Manager shall be ex-officio members of said board but shall have no vote on any matter before the board.

Subsection 112.4 is added as follows:

112.4 Application for appeal. The application for appeal shall be filed in writing and submitted to the Building Official within 20 calendar days after the service of a notice of an order, decision, or determination of the Building Official.

Subsections 112.5, 112.5.1, 112.5.2, 112.5.3 and 112.5.4 are added as follows:

112.5 Hearing. The board shall meet upon notice from the Building Official, Fire Official or Code Enforcement Manager within twenty calendar days of the filing of an appeal.

112.5.1 Open hearing. All hearings before the board shall be open to the public. The appellant, the appellant’s representative, the Building Official, the Fire Official, the Code Enforcement Manager and any person whose interests are affected shall be given an opportunity to be heard.

112.5.2 Postponed hearing. When five members are not present to hear an appeal, either the appellant or the appellant’s representative shall have the right to request a postponement of the hearing.

112.5.3 Board decision. The board shall modify or reverse the decision of the Building Official, Fire Official or Code Enforcement Manager by a majority vote of its members.

112.5.4 Administration. The Building Official, Fire Official and Code Enforcement Manager shall take immediate action in accordance with the decision of the board.

(2) Chapter 2, "Definitions", is hereby amended to read as follows:

201.3 Terms defined in other codes. This section is deleted in its entirety.

(3) Chapter 3, "Use and Occupancy Classification", is hereby amended as follows: Section 308.2

Group I-1. Shall be deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

Section 308.2 Group I-1. This occupancy shall include buildings, structures or parts thereof housing more than 10 persons, on a 24-hour basis, who because of age, mental disability or other reasons, live in a residential environment that provides supervisory care services. The occupants are capable of responding to an emergency situation without physical assistance from staff. This group shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

Residential board and care facilities

Assisted living centers

Halfway houses

Group homes

Congregate care facilities

Social rehabilitation facilities

Alcohol and drug abuse centers

Convalescent facilities

A facility such as the above with 10 or fewer persons shall be classified as a Group R-4 Condition 1 or shall comply with the International Residential Code in accordance with Section 101.2 where the building is in compliance with Section 419 of this code.

Section 308.3 Group 1-2. Shall be amended to read as follows:

Section 308.3 Group 1-2. This occupancy shall include buildings and structures used for medical, surgical, psychiatric, nursing, custodial, personal, or directed care on a 24-hour basis of more than five persons who are not capable of self-preservation by responding to an emergency situation without physical assistance from staff. This group shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

Hospitals

Nursing homes (both intermediate-care facilities and skilled nursing facilities)

Mental hospitals

Detoxification facilities

A facility such as the above with five or fewer persons shall be classified as Group R-3 or shall comply with the International Residential Code in accordance with Section 101.2.

This occupancy shall also include buildings and structures used for assisted living homes providing supervisory, personal, or directed care on a 24-hour basis of more than 10 persons who are not capable of self-preservation by responding to an emergency situation without physical assistance from staff. A facility such as the above with ten or fewer persons shall be classified as R-4 Condition 2.

Subsection 308.3.1 Child Care Facility remains unchanged.

Section 310.1 Residential Group R. Shall be amended to read as follows:

R-4 of Section 310.1 is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

R-4 Residential occupancies shall include buildings arranged for occupancy as residential care/assisted living homes including not more than 10 occupants, excluding staff.

R-4 occupancies shall meet the requirements for construction as defined in Group R-3 except as otherwise provided for in this code, and Section 419 or shall comply with the International Residential Code in accordance with Section 101.2 where the building is in compliance with Section 419 of this code

Subsection 310.1.1 is added as follows:

310.1.1 Condition 1. This occupancy condition shall include facilities licensed to provide supervisory care services, in which occupants are capable of self-preservation by responding to an emergency situation without physical assistance from staff. Condition 1 facilities housing more than 10 persons shall be classified as a Group I-1.

Subsection 310.1.2 is added as follows:

310.1.2 Condition 2. This occupancy condition shall include facilities licensed to provide personal or directed care services, in which occupants are incapable of self-preservation by responding to an emergency without physical assistance from staff. Condition 2 facilities housing more than 10 persons shall be classified as Group I-2.

Section 310.2 Definitions. Shall be amended to read as follows:

The Definition of Personal Care Service is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

PERSONAL CARE SERVICE. Assistance with activities of daily living that can be performed by persons without professional skills or professional training and includes the coordination or provision of intermittent nursing services and the administration of medications and treatments.

Definitions of Directed Care Services and Supervisory Care Service are added as follows:

DIRECTED CARE SERVICE. Care of residents, including personal care services, who are incapable of recognizing danger, summoning assistance, expressing need, or making basic care decisions.

SUPERVISORY CARE SERVICE. General supervision, including daily awareness of resident functioning and continuing needs.

The Definition of Residential Care/Assisted Living Facilities is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

RESIDENTIAL CARE/ASSISTED LIVING HOME. A building or part thereof housing a maximum of 10 persons, excluding staff, on a 24-hour basis, who because of age, mental disability or other reasons, live in a supervised residential environment which provides supervisory, personal, or directed services. This classification shall include, but not be limited to, the following residential board and care facilities, assisted living homes, halfway houses, group homes, congregate care facilities, social rehabilitation facilities, alcohol and drug abuse centers and convalescent facilities.

(4) Chapter 4, "Special Detailed Requirements Based on Use and Occupancy", is hereby amended as follows:

Item 1 of Subsection 406.1.4 Separation is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

1. The private garage shall be separated from the dwelling unit and its attic area by means of a minimum 1/2-inch (12.7 mm) gypsum board applied to the garage side. Garages beneath habitable rooms shall be separated from all habitable rooms above by not less than ?-inch Type X gypsum board or equivalent. Door openings between a private garage and the dwelling unit shall be equipped with either solid wood doors, or solid or honeycomb core steel doors not less than 1-? inches (34.9 mm) thick, or doors in compliance with Section 715.3.3. Openings from a private garage directly into a room used for sleeping purposes shall not be permitted. Doors shall be self-closing and self latching.

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In buildings protected with an automatic fire sprinkler system, including the private garage, the room finish materials shall be permitted to be a minimum ¾-inch (12.7 mm) gypsum board applied to the garage side.

419.1 Applicability. The provisions of this section shall apply to a building or part thereof housing not more than 10 persons, excluding staff, on a 24-hour balls, who because of age, mental disability or other reasons, live in a supervised residential environment which provides licensed care services. Except as specifically required by this division, R-4 occupancies shall meet all applicable provisions of Group R-3.

Section 421 RESIDENTIAL CARE/ASSISTED LIVING HOMES is hereby added.

Section 421.2 General is added as follows:

421.2 General. Buildings or portions of buildings classified as R-4 occupancies shall meet all the applicable provisions of Group R-3, may be constructed of any materials allowed by this code, shall not exceed two stories in height nor be located above the second story in any building, and shall not exceed 2000 square feet above the first story except as provided in Section 506.

Section 421.3 Special Provisions is added as follows:

421.3 Special Provisions. R-4 occupancies having more than 2000 square feet of floor area above the first floor shall be of not less than one-hour fire-resistive construction throughout

421.3.1 Mixed Uses. R-4 occupancies shall be separated from other uses as provided in Table 302.3.2.

Section 421.4 Access and Means of Egress Facilities is added as follows:

421.4 Access and Means of Egress Facilities.

421.4.1 Accessibility. R-4 occupancies shall be provided with at least one accessible route per the Arizonans with Disabilities Act. Sleeping rooms and associated toilets shall be accessible.

Exception: Existing buildings shall comply with Section 3409. Bathing and toilet facilities need not be made accessible, but shall be provided with grab bars in accordance with ICC/ANSI A 117.1.

421.4.2 Exits

421.4.2.1 Number of Exits. Every story, basement, or portion thereof shall have not less than two exits.

Exception: Basements and stories above the first floor containing no sleeping rooms may have one means of egress as provided in Chapter 10.

421.4.2.2 Distance to Exits. The maximum travel distance shall comply with Section 1004, except that the maximum travel distance from the center point of any sleeping room to an exit shall not exceed 75 feet.

429.4.2.3 Emergency Exit Illumination. In the event of a power failure, exit illumination shall be automatically provided from an emergency system powered by storage batteries or an onsite generator set installed in accordance with the ICC Electric Code.

421.4.2.4 Emergency Escape and Rescue. R-4 occupancies shall comply with the requirements of Section 1025, except that Exception 1 to Section 1025.1 does not apply to R-4 occupancies.

429.4.23 Delayed Egress Locks. In R-4 Condition 2 occupancies, delayed egress locks shall be permitted in accordance with Sections 1008.1.3.4 and 1008.1.8.6, items 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6.

Section 421.5 Smoke Detectors and Sprinkler Systems is added as follows:

421.5.1 Smoke Alarms. All habitable rooms and hallways in R-4 occupancies shall be provided with smoke alarms installed in accordance with Section 907.2.10.

421.5.2 Sprinkler Systems. R-4 occupancies shall be provided with a sprinkler system installed in accordance with the Fire Code. Sprinkler systems installed under this section shall be installed throughout, including attached garages, and in Condition 2 facilities shall include attics and concealed spaces of or containing combustible materials. Such systems may not contain unsupervised valves between the domestic water riser control valve and the sprinklers. In R-4 Condition 2 occupancies, such systems shall contain water-flow switches electrically supervised by an approved supervising station, and shall sound an audible signal at a constantly attended location.

(5) Chapter 5, "General Building Heights and Areas", is hereby amended as follows:

Section 507, "Unlimited Area Buildings", is hereby amended, in part, to read as follows:

Subsection 507.3 Sprinklered, one story, is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

507.3 Sprinklered, one story. The area of a one-story, Group B, F, M or S building or a one-story Group A-4 building of other than Type V construction shall not be limited when the building is provided with an automatic sprinkler system throughout in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1, and is surrounded and adjoined by public ways or yards not less than 60 feet (18 288 mm) in width.

Exceptions:

1. Buildings and structures of Type 1 and H construction for rack and storage facilities that do not have access by the public shall not be limited in height, provided that such buildings conform to the requirements of Sections 507.2 and 903.3.1.1 and NFPA 230.

2. Such buildings may contain other occupancies, without H fire areas, provided that such occupancies do not occupy more than 10 percent of the area of any floor of a building, nor more than the tabular values permitted in the occupancy by Table 503 for such occupancy.

3. Group H fire areas as permitted by Section 507.6.

Subsection 507.3 Two story, is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

507.3 Two Story. The area of a two-story, Group B, F, M or S building shall not be limited when the building is provided with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section 903.3.1.1 throughout, and is surrounded and adjoined by public ways or yards not less than 60 feet (18,288 mm) in width.

Such buildings may contain other occupancies, without H fire areas, provided that such occupancies do not occupy more than 10 percent of the area of any floor of a building, nor more than the tabular values permitted in the occupancy by Table 503 for such occupancy.

Exception: Group H fire areas as permitted by Section 507.6.

(6) Chapter 9, "Fire Protection Systems", is hereby amended as follows:

Section 901.1 Scope is amended as follows:

The following is added to the end of this section:

Sections and subsections in Chapter 9 that are preceded by an [F] shall be considered to be maintained and administered under the Fire Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time. Wherever the words "Building Official" appear in Sections 901 through 904 of Chapter 9, they shall be deleted and the words "Fire Official" shall be inserted in lieu thereof. Where there is a conflict regarding fire suppression systems and/or alarms between this code and the Fire Code as by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time, the Fire Code shall prevail.

901.5 Acceptance Tests is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

901.5 Acceptance Tests. Fire protection systems shall be tested in accordance with the Fire Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time. Tests required by this code and/or the Fire Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time shall be conducted at the expense of the owner or the owner’s representative. It shall be unlawful to use, occupy or furnish any portion of a structure until the fire protection systems of the structure have been tested and approved.

903 Automatic Sprinkler Systems is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

903.1 General. Approved automatic fire extinguishing systems shall be provided and installed in accordance with the Fire Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time.

(8) Chapter 11, "Accessibility," is amended to include the following:

Subsection 1103.2.4.1 is added as follows:

1103.2.4.1 General. Rooms and spaces that serve Group R Division 3 Occupancy accessible dwelling units and that are available to the general public or residents of a community shall be accessible as provided in this chapter.

Subsection 1103.2.16 is added as follows:

1103.2.16 Residential Group R3 Occupancies. All new Group R Division 3 occupancies shall contain the option of accessible features unless technically infeasible.

Subsection 1104.1.1 is added as follows:

1104.1.1 Group R Division 3 Model Home Complexes. Model Home Complexes modeling Group R Division 3 Occupancies that contain no more than two dwelling units shall be served by a route of travel as described herein. The route of travel shall be continuous no-step path connecting each subdivision sales office of public way to the primary entry. The route of travel shall conform to the following requirements:

(1) The running slope shall not exceed 1:12.

(2) Routes of travel complying with this section are not required to have handrails.

(3) The entry to the model home(s) shall have a maneuvering space of a minimum 48 inches by 48 inches on the exterior side of the door.

(4) The threshold at the entry(s) shall not exceed 1/2 inch.

(5) The route of travel shall be a firm, stable, and slip-resistant surface for a minimum width of 36 inches continuous and clear for a height of seven feet above the route.

(6) The no-step entry(s) shall be identified by readily viewable signage.

"Arizonans with Disabilities Act" (Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 41, Chapter 9, Article 8) as amended from time to time, and the "Arizonans with Disabilities Act Implementing Rules" (Arizona Administrative Code, Title 10, Chapter 3, Article 4), which rules incorporate the federal "Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities," shall apply to new construction and alterations and are not required in buildings or portions of existing buildings that do not meet the standards and specifications.

(9) Chapter 12 "Interior Environment" is hereby amended as follows:

Subsection 1207.4 Sound Attenuation is added as follows:

1207.4 Sound Attenuation. All residential buildings or portions of buildings where the public is received, office areas and where normal noise level is low for first occupancy, including libraries, schools and churches, pursuant to building permits issued after December 31, 2001 in order to achieve a maximum interior noise level of forty-five (45) decibels in areas within the noise contours described in ARS section 28-8461, paragraph 8, subdivision (a), (b) or (c), as applicable.

These sound attenuation requirements do not apply to ancillary buildings used in agricultural land use.

If the gross floor area of a structure or project is expanded by less than fifty (50) percent, the requirements of this section apply only to the area of expansion. If the gross floor area of a structure or project is expanded by fifty (50) percent or more, the requirements of this section apply to the entire structure, except for single family, mobile home, manufactured housing unit or duplex dwellings or any multifamily property used for residential purposes.

The Building Official may approve as an alternative, a certification by an architect or engineer registered pursuant to Title 32, Chapter 1 to achieve a maximum interior noise level of forty-five (45) decibels at time of final construction."

(10) Chapter 15, "Roof Assemblies and Rooftop Structures", is hereby amended as follows: Subsection [P] 1503.4 Roof drainage is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

[P] 1503.4 Roof Drainage. Design and installation of roof drainage systems shall comply with Section 1503.4 and the Plumbing Code.

1503.4.1 Gutters. Gutters and leaders placed on the outside of buildings, other than Group R-3 as applicable in Section 101.2, private garages and buildings of Type V construction, shall be of noncombustible material or a minimum of Schedule 40 plastic pipe.

1503.4.2 Where Required. All roofs, paved areas, yards, courts and courtyards shall drain into a separate storm sewer system, or a combined sewer system, or to an approved place of disposal.

1503.4.3 Roof Design. Roofs shall be designed for the maximum possible depth of water that will pond thereon as determined by the relative levels of roof deck and overflow weirs, scuppers, edges or serviceable drains in combination with the deflected structural elements. In determining the maximum possible depth of water, all primary roof drainage means shall be assumed to be blocked.

1503.4.4 Overflow Drainage Required. Overflow (emergency) roof drains or scuppers shall be provided where the roof perimeter construction extends above the roof in such a manner that water will be entrapped if the primary drains allow buildup for any reason.

1503.4.4.1 Separate Systems Required. Overflow roof drain systems shall have the end point of discharge separate from the primary system. Discharge shall be above grade, in a location, which would normally be observed by the building occupants or maintenance personnel.

1503.4.4.2 Overflow Drains and Scuppers. Where roof drains are required, overflow drains having the same size as the roof drains shall be installed with the inlet flow line located 2 inches (51 mm) above the low point of the roof, or overflow scuppers having three times the size of the roof drains may be installed in the adjacent parapet walls. Scuppers shall be sized to prevent the depth of ponding water from exceeding that for which the roof was designed as determined by the plumbing code. Scuppers shall not have an opening dimension of less than 4 inches (102 mm). The flow through the primary system shall not be considered when sizing the secondary roof drain system.

(11) Chapter 17, "Structural Tests and Special Inspections", is hereby amended as follows:

Subsection 1704.5, "Masonry Construction", is modified by adding two additional exceptions to read as follows:

3. Masonry fences six feet or less in height above grade.

4. Masonry retaining walls four feet or less in height from bottom of footing to top of wall unless supporting a surcharge or impounding flammable liquids.

(12) Chapter 29, "Plumbing Systems", is hereby amended to read as follows:

Revise Table 2902.1, "Minimum Number of Required Plumbing Facilities", Items 2 and 6, to read as follows:

TABLE 2902.1
MINIMUM NUMBER OF REQUIRED PLUMBING FACILITIES* 

No.

Classification

Use Group

Description

Water closets (see section 419.2 of the International Plumbing Code for urinals)

Lavatories

Bathtubs or showers

Drinking fountains (see section 410.1 of the International Plumbing Code) see footnote e

Other

Male

Female

Male

Female

2

Business (see Sections 2902.2, 2902.4, 2902.4.1)

B

Buildings for the transaction of business, professional services, other services involving merchandise, office buildings, banks, light industrial and similar uses

1 per 25 for the first 50 and 1 per 50 for the remainder exceeding 50

1 per 40 for the first 80 and 1 per 80 for the remainder exceeding 80

-

6

Mercantile (see Section 2902.2, 2902.4, 2902.4.1, 2902.4.2)

M

Retail stores, service stations, shops, salesrooms, markets and shopping centers

1 per 500

1 per 750

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Add Footnote e to Table 2902.1

* Footnote e

For all structures or tenant spaces, 1 Drinking fountain is required for each 25 occupants (employees and customers) of such structures or tenant spaces.

2902.2 Exception 2 is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

2. Separate facilities shall not be required in structures or tenant spaces with a total occupant load, including both employees and customers, of 25 or less.

(13) Chapter 31, "Special Construction" is hereby amended as follows:

Section 3109 Swimming Pool Enclosures and Safety Devices is deleted in its entirety, and the City of Goodyear Zoning Code shall be used to determine barrier requirements for swimming pools.

(14) Appendix A, "Employee Qualifications" is hereby deleted in its entirety.

(15) Appendix B, "Board of Appeals" is hereby deleted in its entirety.

(16) Appendix D, "Fire Districts" is hereby deleted in its entirety.

(17) Appendix F, "Rodent Proofing" is hereby deleted in its entirely.

(18) Appendix G, "Flood Resistant Construction" is hereby deleted in its entirety.

(19) Appendix H, "Signs", is hereby deleted in its entirety.

(B) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, the International Residential Code, 2006 Edition as published by the International Code Council, and adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 07-1146 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely as if fully set forth herein, except as modified or changed as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, "Administration" is hereby amended as follows:

Subsection R101.1 Title is amended as follows:

Insert the words "City of Goodyear" as the name of jurisdiction.

Subsection R102.5 Appendices is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

R102.5 Appendices. Provisions in the appendices shall not apply unless specifically referenced in the adopting ordinance. The following appendices are adopted:

APPENDIX A (IFGS) SIZING AND CAPACITIES OF GAS PIPING

APPENDIX B SIZING OF VENTING SYSTEMS SERVING APPLIANCES EQUIPPED WITH DRAFT HOODS, CATEGORY I APPLIANCES, AND APPLIANCES LISTED FOR USE AND TYPE B VENTS

APPENDIX C EXIT TERMINALS OF MECHANICAL DRAFT AND DIRECT-VENT VENTING SYSTEMS

APPENDIX D RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE FOR SAFETY INSPECTION OF AN EXISTING APPLIANCE INSTALLATION

APPENDIX H PATIO COVERS APPENDIX K SOUND TRANSMISSION

Subsection R102.7 Existing structures is amended as follows:

Replace the words "the International Fire Code" with the "Fire Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time."

Subsection R105.3.2 Time limitation of application is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

R105.3.2 Time Limitation of Application. An application for a permit for any proposed work shall be deemed to have been abandoned 180 days after the date of filing, unless such application had been pursued in good faith or a permit has been issued; except that the Building Official is authorized to grant one extension of time for a period not to exceed 90 days. The extension shall be requested in writing and justifiable cause demonstrated.

Subsection R105.5 Expiration is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

R105.5 Expiration. Every permit issued shall become invalid unless the work authorized by such permit is commenced and required inspections are requested by the permittee and within 180 days after its issuance, or if more than 180 days elapses between required inspections. The Building Official shall be authorized to grant one extension of time for a period not to exceed 180 days. Permits shall not be extended more than once and all requests for extensions shall be in writing. In order to renew action on a permit after expiration, a new full permit fee shall be paid based on the current fee schedule adopted by the city.

Subsection R107.3 Temporary power is amended as follows:

Replace the words "ICC Electrical Code" with the "Electrical Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time."

Subsection R110.1 Use and occupancy is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

R11-01.1 Use and Occupancy. No building or structure shall be used, occupied, or furnished in whole or in part, and no change in the existing occupancy classification of a building or structure or portion thereof be made until the Building Official has issued a certificate of occupancy therefore as provided herein.

Issuance of a certificate of occupancy shall not be construed as an approval of a violation of the provisions of this code or of other ordinances of the jurisdiction. Certificates presuming to give authority to violate or cancel the provisions of this code or of other ordinances of the jurisdiction shall not be valid.

Exceptions:

1. Certificates of occupancy are not required for work exempt from permits under Section 105.2.

2. Accessory buildings or structures.

R110.2 Change in use is amended as follows:

Add the following words to the end of the sentence:

"as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time."

(2) Chapter 3, "Building Planning", is hereby amended as follows:

Table R301.2(1) Climatic and Geographic Design Criteria, is amended as follows:

Insert the following:

Ground Snow Load: N/A

Wind speed (mph): 90 mph, Exposure B (Unless otherwise designated by the Building Official)

Seismic Design Category: B

Weathering: NEGLIGIBLE

Frost Line Depth: 12"

Termite: MODERATE TO HEAVY

Winter Design Temperature: 24 degrees F

Ice Barrier Underlayment Required: N/A

Flood Hazards: (a) July 9, 1984, (b) July 19, 2001

Air Freezing Index: 50 degrees F

Mean Annual Temp: 70 degrees F

Subsection R306.4 Water supply to fixtures is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

R306.4 Water supply to fixtures. All plumbing fixtures shall be connected to an approved water supply. Kitchen sinks, lavatories, bathtubs, showers, bidets, laundry tubs and washing machine outlets shall be provided with hot and cold water. A 125-volt, 15-ampere-rated receptacle outlet shall be installed in an accessible location under each bathroom lavatory and kitchen sink to allow for the operation of a point-of-service hot water recirculating pump. If a central hot water recirculating pump is installed at the time of final inspection, the outlets will not be required. All hot water lines shall be completely insulated with a minimum of R-4 insulation.

Subsection R325 is added as follows:

R325 Sound Attenuation. Buildings covered under the International Residential Code shall be subject to the following provisions:

1) Exterior wall penetrations by pipe ducts or conduits shall be caulked.

2) Mailboxes shall not be used through the door or wall.

3) Windows shall have two panes of glass and sound transmission rating of STC-22. All operable windows shall be weather stripped and airtight in accordance with ASTM R-283-84-T Standard. Perimeter window frames shall be sealed to airtight specifications.

4) All non-glazed portions of exterior side-hinged doors shall be solid-core wood or insulated hollow metal or at least one and three-quarters inch thick and fully weather stripped. The perimeter doorframes shall be sealed to airtight specifications.

5) Fireplaces shall be provided with well fitting dampers, unless otherwise prohibited elsewhere in the Code.

6) Exterior walls shall be at least four inches in nominal depth and shall be finished on the outside with block, siding, sheathing, or stucco on one-inch Styrofoam. Fiberglass or cellulose insulation at least three and one-half inches thick shall be installed continuously throughout the cavity space behind the wall. Total insulation R-value of the exterior wall assembly shall be R-18.

7) Attics and roof rafter spaces shall be insulated with a minimum insulation R-value of at least R-30.

Any residential structure, addition or alteration constructed within the DNL noise contours established in the 1988 Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Westside Joint Land Use Study shall comply with the Sound Attenuation requirements adopted by the MAG Building Codes Committee on April 17, 1996 as listed in Resolution # R04-2003."

If the specified requirements of section R325 are not met, the Building Official may approve as an alternative, a certification by an architect or engineer registered pursuant to Title 32, Chapter 1 to achieve a maximum interior noise level of forty-five (45) decibels at time of final construction.

(3) Chapter 10, "Chimneys and Fireplaces", is hereby amended as follows:

Table R1001.1 Summary of Requirements for Masonry Fireplaces and Chimneys is deleted in its entirety and is revised to read as follows:

TABLE R1001.1
SUMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS FOR MASONRY FIREPLACES AND CHIMNEYS 

Item

Letter

Requirements

Section

Hearth slab thickness

A

4"

R1001.9.1

Hearth extension (each side of opening)

B

8" fireplace opening < 6 sq. ft.

12" fireplace opening > 6 sq. ft.

R1001.10

Hearth extension (front of opening)

C

16" fireplace opening < 6 sq. ft.

20" fireplace opening > 6 sq. ft.

R1001.10

Hearth slab reinforcing

D

Reinforced to carry its own weight and all imposed loads

R1001.10

Thickness of wall of firebox

E

10" solid brick or 8" where a firebrick lining is used. Joints in firebrick 1/4" max

R1001.5

Distance from top of opening to throat

F

8"

R1001.7

Smoke chamber wall thickness

G

6" for lined walls 8" for unlined walls

R1001.8

Chimney vertical reinforcingb

H

Four No. 4 full-length bars for chimney up to 40" wide. Add two No. 4 bars for each additional 40" or fraction of width or each additional flue

R1003.3.1

Horizontal reinforcing

J

A-inch ties at each 18 inches and two ties at each bend in vertical steel

R1003.3.2

Bond beams

K

No specified requirement

Fireplace lintel

L

Noncombustible material

R1001.7

Chimney walls with flue lining

M

Solid masonry units or hollow masonry units grouted solid with at least 4 inch nominal thickness

R1003.10

Walls with unlined flue

N

8" solid masonry.

Distances between adjacent flues

-

See Section R1003.13

Effective flue area (based on area of fireplace opening)

P

See Section R1003.15

Clearances:

Combustible material

Mantel and trim

Above roof

R

See Sections R1003.18 and R003.15

See Section R1001.16.

3' at roofline and 2' at 10

Anchorageb

Strap

Number

Embedment into chimney

Fasten to

Bolts

S

3/16" x 1"

Two

12" hooked around outer bar with 6" extension

4 joists

Two 1/2" diameter

R1003.4.1

Footing

Thickness

Width

T

12" mm. 6" each side of fireplace wall

R1003.2

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm, 1 foot = 304.8 mm,1 square foot = 0.0929m2.

NOTE: This table provides a summary of major requirements for the construction of masonry chimneys and fireplaces. Letter references are to Figure R 1001.1, which shows examples of typical construction. This table does not cover all requirements, nor does it coverall aspects of the indicated requirements. For the actual mandatory requirements of the code, see the indicated section of text.

a.    The letters refer to Figure R 1001.1.

b.    Not required in Seismic Design Category A, B or C.

(4) Chapter 17, "Combustion Air", is hereby amended as follows: Subsection M1703.2 Two openings or ducts is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

M1703.2 Two openings or ducts. Outside combustion air shall be supplied through openings or ducts, as illustrated in Figures M1703.2(1), M1703.2(2), M1703.2(3) and M1703.2(4). One opening shall be within 12 inches (305 mm) of the top of the enclosure, and one within 12 inches (305 mm) of the bottom of the enclosure. For LPG appliances, any duct serving the lower opening shall be at the floor level and slope to the outdoors without traps or pockets. Openings are permitted to connect to spaces directly communicating with the outdoors, such as ventilated crawl spaces or ventilated attic spaces. The same duct or opening shall not serve both combustion air openings. The duct serving the upper opening shall be level or extend upward from the appliance.

(5) Chapter 24, "Fuel Gas", is hereby amended as follows: Subsection G24159 (404.90) Minimum burial depth is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

G2415.9 (404.9) Minimum Burial Depth. Underground piping systems shall be installed a minimum depth of 12 inches (305 mm) below grade for metal piping and 18 inches (457 mm) for plastic piping.

(C) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, The Adobe Amendment to the Uniform Building Code, 1982 Edition, (revised July 1984) sponsored by the Maricopa Association of Governments and adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 2004-911 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely as if set forth in full herein, except as may be otherwise amended.

(D) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, The International Property Maintenance Code, 2006 Edition, as published by the International Code Council and adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 07-1146 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely as if set forth in full herein, except as modified or changed as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, "Administration", is hereby amended as follows:

Subsection 101.1 Title is amended as follows:

Insert the words "City of Goodyear" as the name of jurisdiction.

Subsection 102.3 Application of other codes is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

102.3 Application of Other Codes. Repairs, additions or alterations to a structure, or changes of occupancy, shall be done in accordance with the procedures and provisions of the codes and ordinances adopted by the City of Goodyear. Any reference to the International Plumbing Code shall be deemed to mean the Plumbing Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time. Any reference to the International Fire Code shall be deemed to mean the Fire Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time. Any reference to the ICC Electrical Code shall be deemed to mean the Electrical Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time. Any reference to the International Zoning Code shall be deemed to mean the Zoning Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time. Any reference to the International Fuel Gas Code shall be deemed to mean the Plumbing Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time.

(2) Chapter 3, "General Requirements", is hereby amended as follows:

Subsection 302.4 Weeds, is hereby amended as follows:

Replace the phrase (jurisdiction to insert height in inches) with the following: six inches

Subsection 304.14 Insect screens is deleted in its entirety.

(3) Chapter 6, "Mechanical and Electrical Requirements", is hereby amended as follows:

Subsection 602.3, Heat supply, is hereby amended as follows:

Replace the phrase [DATE) to [DATE] with the following: November 1 to April 1.

Delete Exception 1 and Exception 2 to subsection 602.3.

Subsection 602.4, Occupiable work spaces, is hereby amended as follows:

Replace the phrase [DATE] to [DATE] with the following: November 1 to April 1.

(E) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, "Sections 1215 through 1229 of Appendix Chapter 12 of the 1997 Uniform Building Code and Exhibits and Appendix Thereto Providing for Sound Transmission Control Near Luke Air Force Base" sponsored by the Maricopa Association of Governments and adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 2004-911 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely as if set forth in full herein.

(F) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto The National Electrical Code, 2005 Edition, including Annex A - G as published by the National Fire Protection Association and adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 07-1146 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely as if set forth in full herein except as modified or changed as follows:

Types of Equipment Grounding Conductors, shall be amended to read as follows:

Subsection 250.52 (A) (1.1) is deleted in its entirety and revised to read:

250.52(A)(1.1) In Buildings that have no metal water pipe a permanent label shall be placed at the main meter panel stating the following:

"This structure has no metal water pipe to be bonded"

(G) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, the International Mechanical Code, 2006 Edition published by the International Code Council and as declared a public record by Resolution No. 07-1146 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, fully and completely as if set forth in full herein except as modified or changed as follows:

(1) Chapter 1, "Administration", is hereby amended as follows:

Subsection 101.1 Title is amended as follows:

Insert the words "City of Goodyear" as the name of jurisdiction.

Subsection 106.4.3 Expiration. is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

106.4.3 Expiration. Every permit issued shall become invalid unless the work authorized by such permit is commenced and required inspections are requested by the permittee by the Building Official within 180 days after its issuance, or if more than 180 days elapses between required inspections. The Building Official shall be authorized to grant one extension of time for a period not to exceed 180 days. Permits shall not be extended more than once and all requests for extensions shall be in writing. In order to renew action on a permit after expiration, a new full permit fee shall be paid based on the current fee schedule adopted by the city.

Subsection 106.4.4 Extensions is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

106.4.4 Extension. An application for a permit for any proposed work shall be deemed to have been abandoned 180 days after the date of filing, unless such application had been pursued in good faith or a permit has been issued; except that the Building Official is authorized to grant one extension of time for a period not to exceed 90 days. The extension shall be requested in writing and justifiable cause demonstrated.

Subsection 106.5.2 Fee schedule is amended as follows:

Replace the phrase [JURISDICTION TO INSERT APPROPRIATE SCHEDULE] with the following:

All fees shall be in accordance with Chapter One of the International Building Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time.

Subsection 106.5.3 Fee refunds is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

106.5.3 Fee Refunds.

The Building Official shall be permitted to authorize refunding of a fee paid hereunder which was erroneously paid or collected.

The Building Official shall be permitted to authorize refunding of not more than 65 percent of the permit fee paid when no work has been done under a permit issued in accordance with this code.

The Building Official shall be permitted to authorize refunding of not more than 65 percent of the plan review fee paid when an application for a permit for which a plan review fee has been paid is withdrawn or canceled before any examination time has been expended.

The Building Official shall not be permitted to authorize refunding of any fee paid except upon written application filed by the original permittee not later than 90 days after the date of fee payment.

Subsection 108.4 Violation penalties is deleted in its entirety.

Subsection 108.5 Stop work order is amended as follows:

Amend the last sentence to read as follows:

Any person who shall continue any work on the system after having been served by a stop work order, except such work as that person is directed to perform to remove a violation or unsafe condition, shall be liable for a fine as established by the City of Goodyear.

Subsection 109 Means of Appeal. Delete this section in its entirety.

(2) Chapter 2, "Definitions", is hereby amended as follows:

Subsection 201.4 Terms not defined. is deleted in its entirety and revised to read as follows:

201.4 Terms Not Defined. Where terms are not defined through the methods authorized by this chapter, such terms shall have ordinarily accepted meanings such as the context implies.

(H) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, the Uniform Plumbing Code, 1994 Edition, including Appendix Chapters: A, B, D, E, F, and H and IAPMO Installation Standards published by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials and as adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 2004-911 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely as if set forth in full herein, except as may be hereafter or otherwise amended:

(1) Move Section 101.4.1.3 to a new Section 301.1.5.

(2) Move Section 101.5.2 to a new Section 301.1.6.

(3) Move Section 101.5.4 to a new Section 301.1.7.

(4) Move Section 101.5.5 to a new Section 301.1.8.

(5) Delete Subsection 102.3.2, "Penalties."

(6) Modify Subsection 103.4, "Fees" by deleting Subsections 103.4.1 through, and including, 103.4.5.3 and inserting, in lieu thereof, the following:

"103.4.1 Permit and Plan Review Fees. The fees for each plumbing permit shall be as set forth in the International Building Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time."

(7) Move Section 103.5 to new Section 318.0.

(8) Move Section 103.5.1 to new Section 318.1.

(9) Move Section 103.5.1.1 to new Section 610.15.

(10) Move Section 103.5.1.2 to a new Section 318.2.

(11) Move Section 103.5.1.3 to a new Section 318.3.

(12) Move Section 103.5.1.4 to a new Section 318.4.

(13) Move Section 103.5.3 to a new Section 319.0.

(14) Move Section 103.5.3.1 to a new Section 319.1.

(15) Move Section 103.5.3.2 to a new Section 319.2.

(16) Move Section 103.5.3.3 to a new Section 610.16.

(17) Move Section 103.5.3.4 to a new Section 319.3.

(18) Move Section 103.5.3.5 to a new Section 319.4.

(19) Move Section 103.5.3.7 to a new Section 319.5.

(20) Move Section 103.5.5 to a new Section 318.5.

(21) Move Section 103.5.5.1 to a new Section 318.6.

(22) Move Section 103.5.5.2 to a new Section 318.7.

(23) Modify the fourth paragraph of Subsection 103.5.6, "Reinspections", to read as follows:

"To obtain reinspection, the applicant shall first pay the reinspection fee as established in the International Building Code as adopted by the City of Goodyear and amended from time to time, and then request an additional inspection."

(24) Move Section 103.5.6.1 to a new Section 319.6.

(25) Move Section 103.5.6.2 to a new Section 319.7.

(26) Move Section 103.5.6.3 to a new Section 319.8.

(27) Move Section 103.6 to a new Section 321.0.

(28) Move Section 103.6.1 to a new Section 321.1.

(29) Move Section 103.6.2 to a new Section 321.2.

(30) Move Section 103.6.3 to a new Section 321.3.

(31) Delete Table 1-1, "Plumbing Permit Fees".

(32) Section 202.0, "Definitions", is hereby amended by modifying items (2) and (3) of the definition of "Insanitary" to read as follows:

"(2) Any opening in a drainage system, except where lawful, which is not provided with an approved liquid sealed trap.

(3) Any plumbing fixture or other waste discharging receptacle or device, which is not supplied with water sufficient to flush it and maintain it in a clean condition except those specifically designed to function without water."

(33) Add the following definition to read as follows: "PEX - Crosslinked Polyethylene"

(34) Section 301.0, "Materials - Standard and Alternates", is hereby amended by adding the following Subsections:

"301.1.5 Existing Construction. No provision of this Code shall be deemed to require a change in any portion of a plumbing or drainage system or any other work regulated by this Code in or on an existing building or lot when such work was installed and is maintained in accordance with law in effect prior to effective date of this Code, except when any such plumbing or drainage system or other work regulated by this Code is determined by the Administrative Authority to be in fact dangerous, unsafe, insanitary, or a nuisance and a menace to life, health, or property.

301.1.6 Health and Safety. Whenever compliance with all the provisions of this Code fails to eliminate or alleviate a nuisance or any other dangerous or insanitary condition which may involve health or safety hazards, the owner or the owner’s agent shall install such additional plumbing and drainage facilities or shall make such repairs or alterations as may be ordered by the Administrative Authority.

301.1.7 Changes in Building Occupancy. Plumbing systems which are a part of any building or structure undergoing a change in use or occupancy, as defined in the Building Code, shall comply to all requirements of this Code which may be applicable to the new use or occupancy.

301.1.8 Maintenance. All plumbing systems, materials and appurtenances, both existing and new, and all parts thereof shall be maintained in proper operating condition. All devices or safeguards required by this Code shall be maintained in conformance with the Code edition under which installed. The owner or the owner’s designated agent shall be responsible for maintenance of plumbing systems. To determine compliance with this subsection, the Administrative Authority may cause any plumbing system to be reinspected."

(35) Chapter 3, "General Regulations", is hereby amended by adding the following:

"318.0 Inspections

318.1 General. All plumbing systems for which a permit is required by this Code shall be inspected by the Administrative Authority. No portion of any plumbing system shall be concealed until inspected and approved. Neither the Administrative Authority nor the jurisdiction shall be liable for expense entailed in the removal or replacement of material required to permit inspection. When the installation of the plumbing system is complete, an additional and final inspection shall be made. Plumbing systems regulated by the Code shall not be connected to the water, energy fuel supply, or the sewer system until authorized by the Administrative Authority.

318.2 Scope. All new plumbing work and such portions of existing systems as may be affected by new work, or any changes, shall be inspected by the Administrative Authority to insure compliance with all the requirements of this Code and to assure that the installation and construction of the plumbing system is in accordance with approved plans.

318.3 Covering or Using. No plumbing or drainage system, building sewer, private sewer disposal system or part thereof, shall be covered, concealed, or put into use until it has been tested, inspected, and accepted as prescribed in this Code.

318.4 Uncovering. Any drainage or plumbing system, building sewer, private sewage disposal system or part thereof, which is installed, altered, or repaired is covered or concealed before being inspected, tested, and approved as prescribed in this Code, it shall be uncovered for inspection after notice to uncover the work has been issued to the responsible person by the Administrative Authority.

318.5 Other Inspections. In addition to the inspections required by this Code, the Administrative Authority may require other inspections of any plumbing work to ascertain compliance with the provisions of this Code and other laws which are enforced by the Administrative Authority.

318.6 Defective Systems. An air test shall be used in testing the sanitary condition of the drainage or plumbing system of any building premises when there is reason to believe that it has become defective. In buildings or premises condemned by the proper Administrative Authority because of an insanitary condition of the plumbing system or part thereof, the alterations in such system shall conform to the requirements of this Code.

318.7 Moved Structures. All parts of the plumbing systems of any building or part thereof that is moved from one foundation to another, or from one location to another, shall be completely tested as prescribed elsewhere in this section for new work, except that walls or floors need not be removed during such test when other equivalent means of inspection acceptable to the Administrative Authority are provided.

319.0 Testing of Systems. All plumbing systems shall be tested and approved as required by this Code or the Administrative Authority.

319.1 Testing. Water piping shall be tested and approved as provided in Section 610.16.

319.2 Test. Tests shall be conducted in the presence of the Administrative Authority or the Administrative Authority’s duly appointed representative.

319.3 Test Waived. No test or inspection shall be required where a plumbing system, or part thereof, is set up for exhibition purposes and has no connection with a water or drainage system.

319.4 Exception. In cases where it would be impractical to provide aforementioned water or air tests, or for minor installations and repairs, the Administrative Authority, at the Administrative Authority’s discretion, may make such inspection as deemed advisable in order to be assured that the work has been performed in accordance with the intent of this Code.

319.5 Tightness. Joints and connections in the plumbing system shall be gastight and watertight for the pressures required by the test.

319.6 Corrections. Notices of correction or violation shall be written by the Administrative Authority and may be posted at the site of the work or mailed or delivered to the permittee or his authorized representative. Refusal, failure, or neglect to comply with any such notice or order within ten (10) days of receipt thereof, shall be considered a violation of this Code.

319.7 Retesting. If the Administrative Authority finds that the work will not pass the test, necessary corrections shall be made and the work shall then be resubmitted for test or inspection.

319.8 Approval. Upon the satisfactory completion and final test of the plumbing system, a certificate of approval shall be issued by the Administrative Authority to the permittee on demand.

320.0 Test Gauges. Test required by this Code, which are performed utilizing dial gauges, shall be limited to gauges having the following pressure graduations or incrementations.

320.1 Required pressure tests of ten (10) pounds (69 kPa) or less shall be performed with gauges of 1/10 pound (0.7 kPa) incrementation or less.

320.2 Required pressure tests exceeding ten (10) pounds (69 kPa) but less than one hundred (100) pounds (689 kPa) shall be performed with gauges of one (1) pound (6.9 kPa) incrementation or less.

320.3 Required pressure tests exceeding ten (10) pounds (69 kPa) shall be performed with gauges incremented for two (2) percent or less of the required test pressure.

320.4 Test gauges shall have a pressure range not greater than twice the test pressure applied.

321.0 Connection Approval.

321.1 Energy Connections. No person shall make connection from a source of energy or fuel to any plumbing system or equipment regulated by this Code and for which a permit is required until approved by the Administrative Authority.

321.2 Other Connections. No person shall make connection from any water-supply line nor shall connect to any sewer system regulated by this Code and for which a permit is required until approved by the Administrative Authority.

321.3 Temporary Connections. The Administrative Authority may authorize temporary connection of the plumbing equipment to the source of energy or fuel for the purpose of testing the equipment."

(36) Table 3-1 is modified to include the following:

Table 3-1
 

Materials

Type of Joints

Horizontal

Vertical

PEX

Mechanical

1 inch (25.4 mm) and smaller, 3 feet (0.9 m), 1-1/4 inch (31.8 mm) and larger 4 feet (1.2 m)

Base and each floor. Provide mid-story guides.

(37) Subsection 402.1 of Section 402.0, "Water Conservation", of Chapter 4, "Plumbing Fixtures", is hereby amended to read as follows:

"The maximum flow rates and quantities for all plumbing fixture fittings shall be inconsistent with A.R.S. § 45-1-12."

(38) Subsection 402.2 of Section 402. 0, "Water Conservation", of Chapter 4, "Plumbing Fixtures", is hereby deleted.

(39) Section 501.0, "General", of Chapter 5, "Water Heaters", is hereby amended to read as follows:

"General. The regulations of this chapter shall govern the construction, location, and installation of all fuel burning and other water heaters heating potable water, together with all chimneys, vents, and their connectors. All design, construction, and workmanship shall be in conformity with accepted engineering practices and shall be of such character as to secure the results sought to be obtained by this Code. No water heater shall be hereinafter installed which does not comply in all respects with the type and model of each size thereof approved by the Administrative Authority. A list of generally accepted gas equipment standards is included in Table 14-1. A water heater (boiler) which exceeds any of the following limitations may not be placed in service until the vessel is separately inspected pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-2-11.

1) 1. 120 gallon nominal water capacity.

2) 2. 160 psi operating pressure.

3) 3. 210 degree (F) operating temperature.

4) 4. 200,000 BTU/h heat input."

(40) Subsection 507.2 of Section 507.0, "Combustion Air", is modified to read as follows:

"In new construction, all enclosed buildings shall be provided with combustion air obtained from outside. In existing buildings of ordinary tightness insofar as infiltration is concerned, all or a portion of the combustion air for fuel-burning water heaters may be obtained from infiltration if the enclosure volume equals at least fifty (50) cubic feet per 1000 Btu/h (4.831 L/W) input of the water heater. Existing buildings of unusually tight construction shall also be provided with outside combustion air.

No change in combustion air is required when an existing fuel-burning water heater is replaced with a new water heater having the same or smaller Btu/h input capacity. When an existing fuel-burning water heater is replaced by a higher capacity water heater, or when one or more additional fuel-burning water heaters are installed in an existing building containing other fuel-burning appliances, the room or space shall be provided with combustion air as required for new construction."

(41) Subsection 507.3.1 of Section 507.0, "Combustion Air", is hereby amended by adding the following exception to read as follows:

"Combustion air openings may be provided in an outside door provided:

1. The door is not less than 2 feet 0 inches in width and 6 feet 8 inches in height; and,

2. The openings are spaced as far apart as possible or a full louvered door is provided; and,

3. The equipment room ceiling is not more than 16 inches above the top of the door."

(42) Subsection 507.6, "Liquefied Petroleum Gas", is hereby added to Section 507.0, "Combustion Air", to read as follows:

"507.6 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). All provisions of this chapter shall apply to combustion air for equipment using liquefied petroleum gas.

Exceptions:

1. The bottom of the lower combustion air opening shall be located at or below the floor of the room containing LPG-fueled equipment.

2. The lower combustion air duct, when used, shall have the bottom installed level or with a downward slope starting from a point at or below the equipment room floor and continuing to the outside of the structure. The duct shall terminate above the finish grade and shall be provided with wire mesh screen to cover the opening.

3. No pockets or trapped sections shall be permitted in any lower combustion air duct."

(43) Table 5-1 is hereby modified to read as follows:

 

TABLE 5-1
Size of Combustion Air Openings or Ducts1 for Gas- or . Liquid-Burning Water Heaters 

Column 1

Existing Buildings of Ordinary Tightness

Column 2

New Buildings and Unusually Tight Construction

Condition

Size of Opening or Duct

Condition

Size of Opening or Duct

Appliance in unconfined2 space

May rely on infiltration alone.

Appliance in unconfined2 space: Obtain combustion air from outdoors or from space freely communicating without doors.

Provide 2 openings, minimum 50 sq. in. each opening.3

Appliance in confined4 space

1. All air from inside building

Provide two openings into enclosure each having one sq. in. per one thousand Btu/h input freely communicating with other unconfined spaces3. Minimum one hundred sq. in. each opening.

Appliances in confined4 space: Obtain combustion air from outdoors or from space freely communicating with outdoors.

Provide two openings into enclosure, minimum 50 sq. in each opening.3

All air from outdoors: Obtain from outdoors or from space freely communicating without doors

Use the methods listed for confined space as indicated in Column 2.

1    For location of opening, see Section 507.3

2    As defined in Chapter 2.

3    When the total Btu/h input rating of all enclosed appliances/equipment exceeds 100,000 Btu/h, the combined net free area of all combustion air openings shall be increased by not less than 1 additional sq. in. for each 1,000 Btu/h in excess of 100,000 Btu/h.

4    As defined in Section 202.0

(44) Subsection 517.6 of Section 517.0, "Vent Termination", is hereby amended to read as follows:

"No venting system shall terminate less than three (3) feet (0.9m) above any forced air inlet or evaporative cooler located within ten (10) feet (3.0m) or less than four (4) feet (1.2m) from any property line except a public way."

(45) Subsection 601.1 Of Section 601.0, "Running Water Required", is hereby amended by adding the following exception:

"Potable running water shall not be required for waterless urinals which have been approved by the Administrative Authority."

(46) Add Subsection 603.4, "Secondary Backflow Protection", to Section 603.0, "General Requirements", to read as follows:

"603.4 Secondary Backflow Protection. The following occupancies shall have Reduced Pressure Principle Backflow Prevention Assemblies installed as near as practical to the water service meter connection: hospitals, surgical clinics, laboratories, morgues, mortuaries, veterinary hospitals, industrial occupancies, packing plants, slaughter houses, chemical plants, municipal waste treatment facilities, and construction water services. Note: Multiple water services which are interconnected onsite shall be provided with not less than a Double Check Valve Assembly at each service connection."

(47) Subsection 604.1 of Section 604.0, "Materials", is hereby modified to read:

"Water pipe and fittings shall be of brass, copper, cast iron, galvanized wrought iron, galvanized steel, or other approved materials. Asbestos-cement, CPVC, PE, PEX, or PVC water pipe manufactured to recognized standards may be used for cold water distribution systems outside a building. CPVC or PEX water pipe and tubing may be used in the water supply system, except valves and similar devices shall be of a like material, except where otherwise approved by the Administrative Authority."

(48) Section 604.0, "Materials", is hereby amended by adding Subsection 604.11 to read as follows:

"604.11 Cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) tubing shall be marked with appropriate designation or designations consistent with the fitting system or systems for which the tubing has been listed or approved. PEX tubing shall be installed with mechanical joints in compliance with the appropriate standards and the manufacturer’s instructions."

(49) Subsection 608.5 of Section 608.0 "Water Pressure, Pressure Regulators, and Pressure Relief Valves", is hereby amended to read as follows;

"All relief valves shall be provided with a drain, not smaller than the relief valve outlet, of galvanized steel, hard drawn copper piping and fittings, CPVC, PB, or listed relief valve drain tube with fittings which shall not reduce the internal bore of the pipe or tubing (straight lengths as opposed to coils) and shall extend from the valve to the outside of the building with the end of the pipe not more than two (2) feet (0.6m) nor less than six (6) inches (152.4mm) above the ground and pointing downward. Such drains may terminate at other approved locations. No part of such drain pipe shall be trapped and the terminal end of the drain pipe shall not be threaded."

(50) Section 610.0, "Size of Potable Water Piping", is hereby amended by adding Subsection 610.15 to read as follows:

"610.15 Inspections. No water supply system or portion thereof, shall be covered or concealed until it first has been tested, inspected, and approved."

(51) Section 610.0, "Size of Potable Water Piping", is hereby amended by adding Subsection 610.16 to read as follows:

"610.16 Water Piping. Upon completion of a section or of the entire hot and cold water supply system, it shall be tested and proved tight under a water pressure not less than the working pressure under which it will be used. The water used for tests shall be obtained from a potable source of supply. A fifty (50) pound per square inch (344.5 kPa) air pressure may be substituted for the water test. In either method of test, the piping shall withstand the test without leaking for a period of not less than fifteen (15) minutes."

(52) Subsection 707.4 of Section 707.0, "Cleanouts", is hereby amended to read as follows:

"707.4 Each horizontal drainage pipe shall be provided with a cleanout at its upper terminal and each run of piping, which is more than one hundred (100) feet (30.4 m) in total developed length, shall be provided with a cleanout for each one hundred (100) feet (30.4 m), or fraction thereof, in length of such piping.

Exceptions:

(1) Cleanouts may be omitted on a horizontal drain line less than five (5) feet (1.5 m) in length unless such line is serving sinks or urinals.

(2) Cleanouts may be omitted on any horizontal drainage pipe installed on a slope of seventy-two (72) degrees or less from the vertical angle (angle of one-fifth (1/5) bend).

(3) An approved type of two-way cleanout fitting, installed inside the building wall near the connection between the building drain and building sewer or installed outside of a building at the lower end of a building drain and extended to grade, may be substituted for an upper terminal cleanout."

(53) Paragraph 1 of Subsection 710.6 of Section 710.0, "Drainage of Fixtures Located Below the Next Upstream Manhole or Below the Main Sewer Level", is modified to read as follows:

"Backwater valves, gate valves, motors, compressors, air tanks, and other mechanical devices required by this section shall be located where they will be accessible for inspection and repair at all times."

(54) Section 712.0, "Testing", is hereby modified by deleting the following Subsections:

"712.4, 712.4.1, 712.4.2, 712.4.3, and 712.4.4."

(55) Move Section 712.4 to a new Section 320.0.

(56) Move Section 712.4.1 to a new Section 320.1.

(57) Move Section 712.4.2 to a new Section 320.2.

(58) Move Section 712.4.3 to a new Section 320.3.

(59) Move Section 712.4.4 to a new Section 320.4.

(60) Subsection 713.4 of Section 713.0, "Sewer Required", is hereby amended to read as follows:

"The public sewer may be considered as not being available only when so determined by the Administrative Authority (local, county or state)."

(61) Section 723.0, "Building Sewer Test", is hereby modified to read as follows:

"Building sewers shall be tested by plugging the end of the building sewer at its points of connection with the public sewer or private sewage disposal system and completely filling the building sewer with water from the lowest to the highest point thereof, or by approved equivalent low pressure air test, or by such other test as may be prescribed by the Administrative Authority. The building sewer shall be watertight at all points.

Exception: Sewer tests may be waived at the discretion of the Administrative Authority.

(62) Subsection 807.4 of section 807.0, "Appliances", is hereby amended to read as follows:

"The discharge pipe of a domestic dishwashing machine may be directly connected to the tailpiece of the sink drain, or into the "boss" of a food waste disposer without installation of an air gap fitting. The dishwasher discharge line shall be securely fastened as high as possible but not lower than two (2) inches below the flood rim of the sink."

(63) Section 1005.0, "Trap Seals," is hereby amended to read as follows:

"Trap Seals. Each fixture trap shall have a liquid seal of not less than two (2) inches (50.8 mm) and not more than four (4) inches (101.6 mm) except where a deeper seal is found necessary by the Administrative Authority for special conditions. Traps shall be set true with respect to their liquid seals and, where necessary, they shall be protected from freezing."

(64) Section 1007.0, "Trap Seal Protection", is hereby amended to read as follows:

"Trap Seal Protection. Floor drain or similar traps directly connected to the drainage system and subject to infrequent use shall be provided with an approved means of maintaining their water seals, except where not deemed necessary for safety or sanitation by the Administrative Authority. When automatic trap priming devices are installed, they shall be accessible for maintenance."

(65) Section 1007.0, "Trap Seal Protection", is hereby amended by adding Subsection 1007.1 to read as follows:

"1007.1 Approved Means of Maintaining Trap Seals. Approved means of maintaining trap seals include the following, but are not limited to the methods cited:

1. Listed trap seal primer.

2. A hose bibb or bibbs within the room. The maximum distance between the hose bibb(s) and the trap seal shall be as determined by the Administrative Authority.

3. Drainage from untrapped lavatories discharging to the tailpiece of those fixture traps which require priming. All fixtures shall be in the same room and on the same floor level as the trap primer."

(66) Subsection 1210.1 of Section 1210.0, "Materials for Gas Piping", is hereby modified to read as follows:

"All pipe used for the installation, extension, alteration, or repair of any gas piping shall be standard weight wrought iron or steel (galvanized or black) or yellow brass (containing not more than seventy-five (75) percent copper) or listed corrugated stainless steel tubing systems for interior use only. Approved PE pipe may be used in exterior buried piping systems.

Exception: CSST piping installed outside a building shall be sleeved or shall be installed with protection from mechanical damage equivalent of that required for CSST piping within the building. When installed underground, CSST shall be sleeved and shall have a minimum burial depth of eighteen (18) inches (457.2 mm)."

(67) Table 14-1 is hereby amended to include the following:

TABLE 14-1- PLUMBING MATERIAL STANDARDS
 

Materials and products

ANSI

ASTM

FS

IAPMO

Other Standards

Footnote Remarks

NON-METALLIC PIPE:

Metal insert fittings utilizing a copper crimp ring for SDR9 crosslinked polyethylene tubing (PEX)

F1807-97

PLUMBING FIXTURES:

Waterless Urinals

Z124.9

C-3346

(68) The 3rd paragraph of Appendix C is added to read:

"Those jurisdictions which have not adopted a building code which stipulates minimum plumbing facilities shall utilize Appendix C of the 1994 UPC when establishing plumbing facility requirements."

(69) Subsection D1.1 (c) of Appendix D, "Rainwater Systems", is hereby modified to read as follows:

"Roof drains, overflow drains, and rainwater piping installed within the building shall be tested in conformity with the provisions of this Code for testing drain, waste, and vent systems."

(70) Subsection D3.3, "Horizontal Rainwater Piping", of Appendix D, "Rainwater Systems;", is hereby modified to read as follows:

"Horizontal Rainwater Piping. Horizontal Rainwater Piping shall be sized in accordance with Table D-2. Exception: The potential head of water which may rise in the vertical drain pipe (tailpiece) may be used to reduce the horizontal pipe size and its slope if the head (rise) is sufficient when calculated as follows:

a. If the head [‘h] is equal to or greater than three-eighths (3/8) inch for each foot (31.35 mm/m) of horizontal pipe length, the horizontal pipe may be pitched at one-eighth (1/8) inch slope (10.45 mn/m), but sized according to the one-half (1/2) inch slope (41.8 mm/m) table.

b. If the head [‘h] is equal to or greater than one-eighth (1/8) inch for each foot (10.45 mm/m) of horizontal pipe length, the horizontal pipe may be pitched at one-eighth (1/8) inch slope (10.45 mm/m), but sized according to the one-fourth (1/4) inch slope (20 9 mm/m) table. (See Illustration A).

Illustration A.

EXAMPLE #1:

Roof Area - forty-eight hundred (4800) Square Feet (445.9 m2)

Maximum Rainfall/Hour - Six (6) Inches (152 4 mm/h)

Pipe laid at one-eighth (1/8) inch Slope (10.45 mm/m)

Using the one-half (1/2) inch slope (41.8 mm/m) table the horizontal pipe size will be six (6) inches. The available static head [’h’] needed to allow use of the one-half (1/2) inch (41 8 mm/m) table is calculated as follows: Three-eighths (3/8) inch of head pressure per foot (31.35 mm/m) of horizontal pipe run becomes 3/8-inch x 100 feet = 300/8ths, or ’h’ = 37% inches (952.5 mm) NOTE: Sizing from the one-eighth (1/8) inch (10.45 mm per m) table would have required the horizontal pipe size to be eight (8) inches (203.2 mm), rather than the six (6) inches (152.4 mm) made possible by use of the one-half (1/2) inch (41.8 mm/m) slope table.

EXAMPLE #2:

Roof Area - Six Thousand (6000) Square Feet

Maximum Rainfall/Hour - Six (6) Inches (152.4 mm)

Pipe Laid at one-eighth (1/8) inch Slope (10.45 mm/m)

Using the one-fourth (1/4) inch slope (20.9 mm/m) table the horizontal pipe size will be eight (8) inches (203.3 mm). The available static head [’h’] needed to allow use of the one-fourth (1/4) inch (20 9 mm/m) table is calculated as follows: One-eighth (1/8) inch of head pressure per foot (10.45 mm per m) of horizontal pipe run becomes 1/8-inch x 100 feet = 100/8ths, or ’h’ = 12% inches (317.5 mm) NOTE: Sizing from one-eighth (1/8) inch (10.45 mm per m) table would have required the horizontal pipe size to be ten (10) inches (254.0 mm), rather than the eight (8) inches (203.2 mm) made possible by use of the one-fourth (1/4) inch slope (20.9 mm/m) table.

c. If the head [’h’] is equal to or greater than ten (10) feet (3.05 m) (for example, base of a stack), all horizontal pipe downstream of any such vertical section may be the same size as the vertical pipe to which it is connected."

(71) Appendix F, "Medical Gas Systems", is hereby deleted in its entirety and is replaced with the following sections of NFPA #99, Health Care Facilities (2005 Edition) as amended by this section, which are incorporated by reference. The incorporation by reference does not include any later amendments or editions. Copies of the incorporated material are available from the National Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169, and are on file with the Office of the Secretary of State:

"F1 Scope

The provisions herein shall apply to the installation, testing, and certification of medical gas and vacuum piping for safe use inpatient care hospitals, clinics, and other health care facilities.

The purpose of this appendix is to provide minimum requirements for the installation, testing, and certification of medical gas and medical vacuum systems, from the point of supply to the user outlets or inlets. These provisions do no cover portable systems or cylinder storage requirements.

F2 All medical gas and vacuum piping systems are to be installed and inspected based upon applicable language found in the following chapters of NFPA #99, Health Care Facilities (2005 edition):

(72) Subsection "(a)" of Section H 2, "Design", of Appendix H, "Recommended Procedures for Sizing Commercial Kitchen Grease Interceptors", is hereby modified to read as follows:

"Interceptors shall be constructed in accordance with the design approved by the Administrative Authority and shall have a minimum of 2 compartments with fittings designed for grease retention. Grease interceptors shall be constructed of solid durable materials, not subject to excessive corrosion or decay, and shall be watertight."

(I) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, the International Energy Conservation Code, 2006 Edition, as published by the International Code Council and adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 07-1146 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely as if fully set forth herein, except as modified or changed as follows:

Chapter 5, "Commercial Energy Efficiency" is deleted in its entirety.

(J) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, the ICC/ANSI A117.1 Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities 2003 Edition as published by the American National Standards Institute, Inc. and International Code Council and adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 07-1146 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely, as if fully set forth herein.

(K) Effective July 1, 2007, there is herewith adopted, in total, by reference thereto, the NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities 2005 Edition as published by the National Fire Protection Association and adopted as a public record by Resolution No. 07-1146 of the Mayor and Council of the City of Goodyear, as fully and completely as if fully set forth herein.

(Prior Code, § 9-1-1) (Am. Ord. 99-637, passed 1-11-1999; Am. Ord. 2001-774, passed 11-26-2001; Am. Ord. 04-887, passed 3-8-2004; Am. Ord. 04-911, passed 9-13-2004; Am. Ord. 07-1071, passed 5-14-2007; Am. Ord. 07-1086, passed 9-25-2007; Am. Ord. 09-1171, passed 3-23-09)

9-1-2 CONFORMANCE TO ZONING ORDINANCE.

Whenever a building permit is issued and a building inspection performed, such building must conform to the provisions of the zoning ordinance of the City of Goodyear in addition to the provisions of this chapter.

(Prior Code, § 9-1-2)