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R89-015 amendments to Beaver Creek Metro fire codeCommissioner moved adoption of the following Resolution: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO RESOLUTION NO. 89 - APPROVING CERTAIN AMENDMENTS TO THE BEAVER CREEK METROPOLITAN DISTRICT FIRE CODE WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado (hereinafter "the Board "), has previously adopted Resolutions Nos. 82 -7, 83 -36, 84 -54, and 86- 43, approving the fire code and certain amendments thereto adopted by the BEAVER CREEK METROPOLITAN DISTRICT; and WHEREAS, the Beaver Creek Metropolitan District, by its Board of Directors, did on September 20, 1988, and October 18, 1988, adopt certain amendments to its previously adopted fire code as described below, and as set forth in Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof by this reference: 1. Addition to Part I, Page 1.4 to further describe Mandatory Connection 2. Addition to Part II, Page 2.1 to further describe Fire Suppression 3. Addition to Part II, Page 2.4 to further describe Tamper Switch (h) and Off -Site Monitoring (k) 4. Addition to Part II Section 4 to further define a Central Station Facility and WHEREAS, § 32- 1- 1002(1)(d), C.R.S., provides no fire code shall apply in unincorporated portions of any ccunty unless the governing body of the county adopts a resolution stating that such code shall be applicable in an unincorporated area of the county. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO: THAT the aforesaid amendments set forth in the attached Exhibit A are hereby approved and shall be applicable within the boundaries of the Beaver Creek Metropolitan District. THAT this resolution is necessary for the public health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Eagle County, Colorado. MOVED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, at its regular meeting held the day of February, 1989. COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO, By and ,Thro gh Its BOARD OF COUNTY ATTEST: COMMISSIONERS By' r .may ® Terk to the Boar of � � ®b���4 County Commissioners L.Y Gusltafsont/ lChairman ssioner WAX Donald A. Welch, Coffimissioner Commissioner seconded adoption of the foregoing resolution. The roll having been called, the vote was as follows: Commissioner Donald H. Welch ? (7 / -/r Commissioner George A. Gates Commissioner Richard L. Gustafson This Resolution passed by vote of the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado. 84 -171 DEAVER CREEK t •tETRUPOLITAN DISTRIiCT 4.1 Manda'tory Connection - Each structural unit within the District shall be connected to a Central Station Signaling `'+ervice before issuance c Gen_- gi' Cer�_1'l7.Ca.'te of occupancy. All interval ownership units, condominium units hotel lodge units, employee housing units. and c ommercial facilities within Seaver Creek: shall be connected to a. Central Station Signaling Service, using equipment which complies with NFPA 71 - G Standard for the Installation, Maintenance, and Use Of Central Station Signaling Systems. As a minimum, the following signals shall be monitored from each premise. (1) General f Alarm (2) General Firs: System Trouble (3) Main Waterflow (4) a) One Fire Alarm "Zone" or combination of "Zones" Per "level" of the building or floor of each building. h) One Fire Alarm ' "Zone" . - a - G- "living unit (2) Valve Tamper The provided signals serve only as a guide _ Y - guideline, as the �:CMU ._.hall determine the appropriate rrlJ.11iber of transmitted fire sign per facility. All single family and requirements, or shall be Signaling Service. using a Provided said communicator is test signal transmission ever d uple: unit. may meet connected to a central single-line digital corgi capable_ of initiating as r 24 hours. the sari„=_ Stat i off rain i c at or , automatic Each fire alarm system (residential or commercial) shall complete and provide documentation that an annual per . c t dev i c e. inspection and t has been comple ! by % qualif c r - _. licensed alarm .ender or a certified (app_ roved) _y t competen to perform J � il_ Di Distr � as _ the'r' req services, Per IYFf'rl %GH. Additionally, each facility (residential +. - �i dent __L or c � provide documentation that ._n and -�_i. s hall an (minimu i!tiii) rlF== enlng of a ll smoke detecti device s has occurred. All documentation shall be provided to the Br;-a Creek Metrop olitan District. Part I, 1.4 Buildings within Tract A and Buiidinos Outside Tract A with commercial T'unctions shall roiioly with the followina criteria. 1. Fire Suppression-. All portions of all buildings shall be fully spr:inklered in accordance with Ordinary. Hazard Group of the National Fire Protection Association (MFFA) Pam Ohl et t13 entitled "Sprink In hotel room occupancies where no fireplace or kitchen facilities exist, all portions Of the hotel guest_ rooms will be sprinklered to liaht hazard. Kitchen facilities shall be defined as any device_ or a.pol.iance which purpass. is to heat or prepare foods. This excreption to the Deaver r_reeIr. sorink:ler code applies only to the arrest room itself. All other portions of the facility shall be spr per the Ordinary Hazard Gr-o_ro 2. The intent of the Beaver Creek is for full sprinklering of all facilities, the followina are areas that sorinklerino_ may be omitted without BCMD board approval. In all structures within non — combustible and non — accessible Spaces. sprinklared heads may be deleted. Sorinklerino may be deleted in all outside balconies where all constructior, is of non — combustible material and storaa_e use is approved by authority having jurisdiction. Electrica.'1 control rooms shall conform with the followina standards and shall be defined as anv room witl oyes .•ni amp hour service br ea'ker oanel (s) . A. An electrical room shall have minimum of a 2 hour fire rating and smoke detection connected to the central system. A 171b. Halon 1211 extinguisher shall be installed ' just - outside of the door to the electrical room. Protection o, other areas inaporopr for spri.nkler shall be determined by the Metro. District Board of Directors through the varla.nce Cfrocess. Part II, 2.1 r 5 h. Tamper Switch alarm: All fire protection control valves and "knox Boxes" shall be equipped with tamper switches. Activation of these switches wi11 result in a separate trouble sUperyi SOrV non - locking alarm, but will not sound the building fire alarm. The trouble alarm shall be provided with NID (form C) contacts for transmission of this condition. Additionally, all fire protection control valves will be of the lockable type, each facility wishing to lock the control valve shall coordinate with the fire department for lock type. i. Commercial Fitrhen Exl:innuishina Syste171 ;-alarms: Activation of a ra.noe hood extinguisher system will activate the central building alarm. J• Wiring : Systerll wiring shall be "Class B" and installed per NF Pamphlet #7i_1. Ar ticle 760. All fire alarm system W7. i ^lnq' shall. be solid. Stranded or braided wire shell not be ger,r,itr_ed. When power limited cable is used. all coiaogn nts must b<_ cof*j)oatlble with this: - r'iication. R. Off -Site District Monitoring Svstem: An off -site alarm receiving and dispatching facility shall be alerted whenever the "building alarm system is activated. Space provisions far eQuipment which will interface with this off -site system shall be provided. This dispatching facility shall meet the following Central Station Facilitv rerjui.rements. S Article 5. Errr_rgencv Access Pr pv Si On S: A loc'red steel „ . B.:)i <: "i containina� key-_ frl a.ccessilig all OO.r "tS Of the bUll ri❑ shall be installed on the Outside of the building (location to be approved b Fire Depar Th-- " Kno: Bois" shall also contain I y c �rrta.in Lce'ys for the emergenc Operation equipment S lrf5 as el e. fire alarm panel and a nnunciator. mechanical and electrical rOOM5 and building master(s). - O - _ ..1'y a!!thgri�ed erner- genr_y personnel will have ac +_c: __ t the Llu_. I di in I::.n,7`. _,:.,,. which •shc..l1 L).e r�q l,ipr', _d wl t a -drlipe s witch trlll(]lk_ ctnrli tr lcl del an. TI r :_ nni nC7 Of "K'n�_. �{ o_" use ,`; - m_.- be, , _ ;00r With I]L',e A'.rOn DBOartmlent of Public: Sa+: ='tV i -; r ExiL 111umina.ti.on All r`171Ee: ^ -.n, -v -.xit li_hts =.h<:,7.1 be preen in color with test s wltcile° pr Ovld'_d. Part II, 2.4 - Central Station Facilities The following is a minimum criteria for agencies wishing to offer Central Station Signaling Services within the Beaver Creek Metropolitan District. Notarized documentation of the fc,llo*ing requirements shall he forwarded by the Central Station to the 8CM[} prior to fire alarm monitoring beginning" 1^ Facility 1"1 Operating room shall be protected at all times against entrance and attack by unauthorized persons. 1.2 Entrances to an operating room shall be kept locked at all times and arranged so that positive identification is required of any person seeking admittance. 1,3 The operating room shall be arranged so that Persons standing outside cannot view the interior. Any transparent window at grade level shall be screened or painted. 2` Equipment 2.1 The central station shall be equipped with the necessary instruments for automatically receiving and recording multiple signals. The time of receipt of signals shel'l also be recorded automatically or manually. Circuit adjusting means for emergency Operating may either be automatic, or be provided through manual operation upon receipt of a trouble signal. 2,2 The circuits and devices shall be arranged to receive and record a signal readily identifiable as to l oca ti on of origin, and Provisions shell be made for equally identifiable transmission to the public fire service communication center" 2"3 Equipment used in a Central-Station shall comply with the requirements for that equipment except that such reouirements may be modified if appropriate for the particular application. 2,4 Reserve units shall be kept at each Central-station, arranged so that they can be placed in service within \ hour. ' 2.5 Each Central-Station shall have two or mbre audible signal units. Part II, Section } 2"6 Each of the audible signal units may service a portion of the alarms, provided none of the alarms will he without an audible signal +or more than 1 hour in case of failure. 2"7 One of the audible signal units may be a reserve, provided that it can be placed in service within 1 hour. 2,8 A secondary power supply shall he provided, to supply energy to the system in the event cf a commercial power failure" The secondary power supply shall be capawle of providing such energy for a minimum period of 24 hours" 3. Emergency Lighting 3.1 Each Central-Station shall be equipped with sn emergency lighting system which can be immediately Placed in service and which shall be independent of the source normally used for lighting services, Personnel 4,1 The Central Station shall have su+ficient personnel on duty at the Central Station to assure immediate attention to signals received. The Central Station shall have sufficient personnel on duty, or ''on call" to service both the equip at the Central Station and at the connected premise, within ! hour, in case o f ` complete facility alarm transmissio n fail i) vre, Sys+em trouble problems shall be dealt with within 6 hours of notification. 5" Alarm Dispatchin 5.1 The required meth of transmitting alarm si to fire departments served ty the Central Station is determined by the "Muthorzty Having Jurisdiction". The retransmission signal, and the time and date of retransmission, shall be recorded at the Central Station. PA 6^ Records 6,1 At the time of connection between e customer and Central Station, the customer shall be supplied with the following. 1^ Description of alarm transmission equipment installed and certifications to meet DCM3 standards. 2, Fire System signals which are to be monitored and certification that meets BCMD requirements. 3. Dispatch information which corresponds to the monitored signals listed in Item (2)^ 4. Stamped envelope, addressed to: Beaver Creek Metropolitan District, F.O. Box 9/6, Avon, Colorado 81620^ This information shall se forwarded by the Customer, to the BrMD before issue of Certificate of Occupancy. 6`2 Activity Reports (monthly) On a ouarterly or as requested by the BCM2, the activity' reports for all accounts served within the Beaver Creek Metropolitan District, shall be transmitted to the BCMU for their inspection by the monitoring company., �