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R85-61 authorizing expenditure of unanticipated contingency3 Commissioner _Q t1,0%¢? -,r-9p,,J moved adoption of the following Resolution BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO RESOLUTION NO. 85- Cod IN RE THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF THE BUILDING RESOLUTION OF THE COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO, 1985, INCLUDING THE ADOPTION BY REFERENCE THEREIN OF CERTAIN UNIFORM CODES WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado (hereinafter the "Board "), is authorized, pursuant to State enabling legislation including, but not limited to, Section 30 -28 -201, et seq, C.R.S., to adopt codes and /or resolutions regulating the construction or alteration of dwellings, buildings and structures, together with plumbing and electrical installations therein or in connection therewith; and WHEREAS, Section 30 -28 -204, C.R.S., provides that, from time to time, the Board, by resolution, may alter and amend any County building code; and WHEREAS, the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, has presently in effect the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1973, as amended; and WHEREAS, the Board desires to repeal the aforesaid Building Resolution, as amended, and, in its place and stead, to adopt the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, including the adoption by reference therein of certain uniform codes, as the same are set forth in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference; and WHEREAS, on August 7, 1985, the Eagle County Planning Commission considered the proposed Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A, and certified its comments and recommendations with respect thereto to the Board; and WHEREAS, commencing on August 27, 1985, and continued to September 10 and October 8, respectively, 1985, a public hearing was held before the Board to consider the adoption of the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, notice stating the time and place of the public hearing was duly published once weekly for four consecutive weeks in the Eagle Valley Enterprise on July 11, July 18, July 25, and August 1, respectively, 1985; and WHEREAS, various drafts of the proposed Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A, have continuously been available for public inspection in the Eagle County Department Of Community Development; and WHEREAS, the Board, having reviewed all of the evidence, testimony, statements and exhibits submitted at the Public hearing, as well as the comments and recommendations of the Eagle County Planning Commission and the Eagle County Department of Community Development, hereby determines that the adoption of the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A, is necessary and proper for the protection of the public health, safety, welfare, morals, and best interests of the citizens and residents of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO: THAT, the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, is hereby adopted by the Board, and shall be effective January 1, 1986. THAT, upon the effective date of the attached Building Resolution, the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1973, and any and all amendments thereto, are hereby repealed. The repeal of the aforementioned Building Resolution (1973), and any and all amendments thereto, shall not revive any other resolution or portion repealed by said Building Resolution (1973) or amendments thereto; and such repeal shall not affect nor prevent the prosecution or punishment of any person for the violation of any resolution or amendment repealed hereby for an offense committed prior to the repeal. THAT, a copy of the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached -2- Exhibit A, shall be kept in the office of the Eagle County Department of Community Development, and there made available for public inspection. THAT, the Eagle County Building Inspector or his designated representative is authorized to administer and enforce the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A. It shall be unlawful to erect, construct, reconstruct, alter or remodel any structure, dwelling, or building in the designated area without first obtaining a building permit from the Eagle County Building Inspector or his designated representative except when expressly exempted from the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A. The Eagle County Building Inspector or his designated representative shall not issue any permit unless the plans for such proposed erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, or remodeling fully conform to the regulations and restrictions set forth in the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, and /or the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, 1982, as amended. THAT, no person shall commence or continue any work in respect to any building, structure, or mobile home, or any sewage disposal system in violation of the provisions of the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A. THAT, any violation of the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A, shall be deemed a nuisance. THAT, any person who violates the provisions of the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A, is liable upon conviction of a fine of not more than of $100.00, or by imprisonment in the County jail for not more than ten days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Each day during which such illegal erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, maintenance or use continues shall be deemed a separate offense. THAT, in case any building or structure is or is proposed to be erected, constructed, reconstructed, altered, remodeled, used or maintained in violation of the provisions of the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of + Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A, the Board of County Commissioners by and through its County Attorney, the District Attorney, or any owner of real estate -3- within the area, in addition to other remedies provided by law, may institute an appropriate action for injunction, mandamus, or abatement to prevent, enjoin, abate or remove such unlawful erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, remodeling, maintenance or use. THAT, pursuant to Resolution No. 82 -26, the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, 1985, as set forth in the attached Exhibit A, is hereby incorporated into the Eagle County Land Use Regulations as Chapter III. THAT, should any section, clause, provision, sentence or word of this Resolution, including the attached Exhibit A, be declared by a Court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such decision shall not affect the validity of this Resolution as a whole, or any parts thereof, other than the part so declared to be invalid. For this purpose, this Resolution and Exhibit A attached hereto are severable. THAT, this Resolution and the attached Exhibit A are necessary for the health, safety and welfare of the citizens and residents of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado. MOVED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, at its regular meeting held on the day of October, 1985. COUNTY OF EAGLE, STATE OF COLORADO By and Through its ATTEST: BOARD OF UNTY COMMISSIONERS By G� ( �/� jBy: leek to the Board f David E. Mott, Chairman County Commissioners rd L.`utafsoJn/ Commissioner Donald H. Welch, Commissioner Commissioner L'J A 1 seconded adoption of the foregoing resolution. The roll having been called, the vote was as follows: Commissioner David E. Mott a Commissioner Richard L. Gustafson Commissioner Donald H. Welch This Resolution passed by vote of the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado. —5— EXHIBIT "A" EAGLE COUNTY BUILDING RESOLUTION, 1985 3.01 TITLE This Resolution may be cited for all purposes as the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, Colorado, 1985, as amended, effective January 1, 1986. 3.02 APPLICATION 3.02.01 The Uniform Building Code of the International Conference of Building Officials, 1985 Edition, with Appendices; the Uniform Mechanical Code of the International Conference of Building Officials, 1985 Edition, with Appendices; the National Electrical Code of the National Fire Protection Association, 1984 Edition, with Appendices, with the Uniform Administrative Code Provision for the National Electrical Code of the International Conference of Building Officials, 1985 Edition; the Uniform Plumbing Code of the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials, 1985 Edition, and any and all amendments to said codes and /or standards as of the date of execution of this Resolution, are hereby adopted by this reference and incorporated herein as if set forth in full herein; and shall apply to all dwellings, buildings and structures located in the area of the County of Eagle outside of incorporated towns, hereinafter referred to as the "regulated area," unless otherwise provided. Said codes and /or standards set forth in this subsection 3.02.01 shall be available from the Building Official, Department of Community Development, County of Eagle, McDonald Building, 550 Broadway, Eagle, Colorado 81631. 3.02.02 Where the requirements or conditions imposed by a provision of this Resolution or the above - referenced codes and /or standards differ from the requirements or conditions imposed by a provision or another law, ordinance, resolution or order having application in Eagle County, the provision which is more restrictive shall govern. f 3.03 BASIC PROVISIONS Within the regulated area, where: 3.03.01 a building or structure is built, this Resolution applies to the design and construction of plumbing, heating, electrical installation of the building or structure; 3.03.02 the whole or part of a building, structure, factory -built housing unit or mobile home is moved, either into or from the regulated area or from one property to another within the regulated area, this Resolution applies to the building, structure, factory -built housing unit or mobile home or part thereof moved and to any remaining part affected by the change; 3.03.03 the whole or part of a building, structure, factory -built housing unit or mobile home is demolished, this Resolution applies to the demolition and to any remaining part affected by the change; 3.03.04 a building, structure, factory -built housing unit or mobile home is altered, this Resolution applies to the alteration, and to all parts of the building, structure, factory -built housing unit or mobile home affected by the change; 3.03.05 repairs are made to a building, structure, factory -built housing unit or mobile home, this Resolution applies to such repair; 3.03.06 the class of occupancy of a building or structure or part thereof is changed, this Resolution applies to all parts of the building or structure affected by the change. 3.04 PERMIT REQUIREMENTS 3.04.01 Table 1 entitled "Eagle County Permit Requirements" as set forth in the appendices included in the text hereof is hereby incorporated herein by this reference. Table 1 sets forth the projects which require permit(s), if any, and specifies the specific type of permit(s) required and the site inclusion requirements. 3.04.02 It shall be the duty of the person and /or entity of a proposed project which is not specifically set forth in Table 1 to contact the Building Official of the Department of Community Development, County of Eagle, Colorado, for a oetermination of the type of permit(s) required, if any, and the site inclusion requirements. 3.05 DEFINITIONS 2 For the purpose of this Resolution all words, terms and expressions contained herein shall be interpreted in accordance with the definitions set out in the 1985 Code, except that: 3.05.01 BUILDING INSPECTOR OR OFFICIAL shall mean the Eagle County Building Official, or his regularly authorized deputy; 3.05.02 CHIEF OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT shall mean the head of the fire protection district having jurisdiction, or his regularly authorized deputy; 3.05.03 COUNTY shall mean the area of Eagle County outside of incorporated towns, hereinabove referred to as the "regulated area "; 3.05.04 1985 CODE shall mean the Uniform Building Code of the International Conference of Building Officials, 1985 Edition with Appendices; Uniform Mechanical Code of the International Conference of Building Officials, 1985 Edition with Appendices; Uniform Plumbing Code of the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials, 1985 Edition; National Electrical Code of the National Fire Protection Association, 1984 Edition, with Appendices, with the Uniform Administrative Code Provisions for the National Electrical Code of the International Conference of Building Officials, 1985 Edition, and all amendments to said Codes and /or Standards as of the date of the execution of this Resolution and as set forth in Section 3.06 of this Resolution. 3.05.05 HEALTH OFFICER shall mean the Eagle County Health Officer, or his regularly authorized deputy; 3.05.06 FACTORY -BUILT HOUSING UNIT shall mean any structure or component therof, designed primarily for residential occupancy, either permanent or temporary which is wholly or in substantial part made, fabricated, formed or assembled in a manufacturing facility for installation, for assembly and installation, on a permanent foundation at a building site and which carried a Colorado Division of Housing "Factory -Built Unit Certification "; 2 3.05.07 MOBILE HOME shall mean a factory - assembled structure or structures equipped with the necessary service connections and made so as to be readily moveable as a unit or units on its (their) own running gear and designed to be used as a dwelling unit(s) without permanent foundation. ANSI A119 -1; (1) (1) The phrase "without a permanent foundation" indicates that the support system is constructed with the intent that the mobile home place thereon will be moved from time to time at the convenience of the owner. American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Article A119.1; Standard for Mobile Homes, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA Edition No.501B, 1972) Section 2.1. 3.05.08 LOT shall mean any parcel of land of record in the office of the Eagle County Clerk; 3.05.09 ROAD shall mean any public or private access road, street, highway, easement, or way platted, recorded, or shown on any official map, whether or not such road is actually constructed; 3.05.10 SIGN shall mean a surface or space, whether continuous or not, which attracts the attention of, or conveys a message to, any person by means of letters, numbers, figures, or other symbols, devices, or representations; 3.05.11 SITE shall mean any parcel or area of land having an area sufficient to satisfy the provision of any Eagle County Zoning Resolution or Subdivision Regulation; 3.05.12 WORK shall mean the construction, demolition, alteration, repair, moving or change in the class of occupancy of any building, equipment or structure, and shall include the installation, construction, alteration or repair of any private or subsurface sewage - disposal system, and the placement and use of a mobile home as a living unit elsewhere than in an approved mobile -home park as defined in the Eagle County Land Use Regulations, Section 2.08. 3 3.06 AMENDMENTS TO THE 1985 CODE 3.06.01 WHERE the requirements or conditions imposed by a provision of this Resolution differ from the requirements or conditions imposed by the 1985 Code, the provision of this Resolution shall govern. 3.06.02 WITHOUT restricting the generality of the foregoing, the 1985 Code is amended as follows: 3.06.03 AMENDMENTS TO THE UNIFORM BUILDING CODE, 1985 EDITION A. Amendment of Section 202(f) hereby changed to read as follows: "Liability - Neither the building official nor any member of his staff or any person appointed by him shall be liable for damages for any act or omission to act of said persons in pursuance of the duties and provisions of the 1985 Code and of this Resolution as adopted by the County of Eagle, State of Colorado. Any suit brought against the building official or employee because of such act or omission performed by him in the enforcement of any provision of the 1985 Code and this Resolution as adopted by the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, shall be defended by legal counsel provided by the County until final termination of such proceedings. The 1985 Code as adopted by the County, shall not be construed to relieve from or lessen the responsibility of any person owning, operating or controlling any building or structure for any damages to persons or property caused by defects, nor shall the enforcement agency or its parent jurisdiction be held as assuming any such liability by reason of the inspections authorized herein or any certificates of inspection issued pursuant hereto." Amendment of Section 303(a) entitled "Issuance" to add the following paragraph thereto: A building permit will not be issued in the Eagle County jurisdiction until all construction drawings, applications, and permit fees are submitted and approved, including those for plumbing, electrical and mechanical portions of the project. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a footing and foundation permit 9 may be issued prior to reception of other permit information if adequate structural and site plan information is provided. C. Amendment of Section 303(d) entitled "Expiration" to add the following paragraph thereto: Permittee must show evidence of construction progress oii the permitted project every 180 days by requesting a progress inspection if none other has been requested in that period. D. Amendment of Section 305(c) entitled "Inspection Record Cards" to add the following sentence thereto: Inspection Record Cards shall be posted as described in Table No. 8 included in the text hereof and incorporated herein by this reference. E. Amendment of Section 307(d) entitled "Temporary Certificate" to add the following paragraph thereto: A Temporary Certificate of Occupancy may be awarded only if the following components of a project are complete: 1. Kitchen complete and operative. 2. One bathroom complete and operative. 3. All smoke detectors operative. 4. All handrails and other safety devices in place and operative. 5. All ditch work, culverts, (if necessary) and driveway grading including at least a gravel surface within the Public Roadway shall be in place and constructed to plans and /or County specifications. 6. The exterior of the building shall be complete with house numbers in plain sight and the parking area defined as per plans and ready for use. 7. Fire department review and approval of commercial projects and residential hotels and apartments. F. Amendment of Section 503(d) entitled "Fire Ratings for Occupancy Separations" to add the following paragraph thereto: 5 x - t, A one hour fire resistive assembly shall be required for separation of dwelling units in: a. Duplexes b. Single family residences having major and minor units within C. Condominiums and apartments Interior doors connecting units shall be solid core 1 -3/8" wood doors or the equivalent and shall be fitted with a self closing mechanism. G. Amendment to Section 1706 entitled "Shaft Enclosures" to add the following subsection thereto: Factory built metal chimneys shall be enclosed with materials suitable for construction of a one hour fire resistive wall. Firestops can be omitted in chases which are protected on all sides. Eagle County requirements for enclosure of metal chimneys shall be as set forth in Table 6 included in the text hereof and incorported herein by this reference. Other proven methods may be authorized by the Chief Building Official. Metal chimneys tested and listed using Underwriters Laboratory H.T. (high temperature) specifications or the equivalent may be exempted from the requirement to enclose the flue chase as described in this amendment. H. Amendment of Section 1707(d) entitled "Damproofing Foundation Walls" to add the following sentence thereto: In those locations where the foundation is subjected to a high water table, or where surface or ground water drainage will present a problem, additional precautions may be required. I . J K L Amendment of Section 2305(d) entitled "Snow Loads ". Snow load requirements for Eagle County shall be as set forth in Table 2 entitled "Eagle County Snow Load Requirements" included in the text hereof and incorporated herein by this reference. Amendment of Section 2905(f) entitled "Drainage" to add the following paragraphs thereto: Foundation Drains - Where foundation or footing drains are required or provided voluntarily, they shall be connected to a positive outfall or approved drywell. Perforated tile shall be installed below the area to be protected. Tile shall be made of approved materials and shall be installed having a minimum slope to outfall of one -half (1/2) percent (approximately one (1) inch in twenty (20) feet). Tops of joints in drain tile shall be covered with six (6) to eight (8) inches of coarse gravel or crushed rock. Foundation drains may be omitted at the discretion of the Building Official where well - drained soil exists Zr where ground or surface water will not present a problem. Amendment of Section 2907(a) entitled "General" to add the following sentence thereto: All heated spaces within a building shall have foundation frost walls having a depth of at least 48" measured from the bottom of the footing to the backfill gradelines unless otherwise designed by a structural engineer for a specific location. Amendment of Section 3703(8) entitled "Cleanouts" to add the following sentence thereto: Solid fuel chimney caps shall not be constructed in a way that prevents accessibility for cleaning. 3.06.04 i � f M. Appendix Chapter 1 - Division I - "Life Safety Requirements for existing buildings" is hereby deleted. Division II - "Life Safety Requirements for existing high rise buildings" is hereby deleted. N. Appendix Chapter 12 - "Requirements for Group R, Division 3 Occupancies" is hereby deleted. 0. Amendment of Section 7015 (a) entitled "Final Reports," to add a new subsection (4) to read as follows: Where culverts and associated ditching are required, the work is to be complete and ready for inspection at the time of the Temporary Certificate of Occupancy inspection when scheduled. It will be the general contractor's responsibility to maintain positive drainage on the site during all phases of construction, including protection of any drainage along the Public Roadway. AMENDMENTS TO THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, 1984 EDITION A. Amendment of Article 220 -3 (b) to add the following sentence to the first paragraph thereof: There shall be no more than four (4) duplex receptacles on the small appliance branch circuit. B. Amendment of Article 210 -23 (a) to add the following sentence to the first paragraph thereof: Only eight (8) outlets will be installed on 15 amp circuits; or ten (10) outlets on 20 amp circuits for lighting branch circuits including receptacles. 9 C. Amendment of Article 305 -1 entitled "Temporary Wiring - Scope" to add a new subsection (e) to read as follows: Inspection. - Temporary service equipment shall be complete and include the following: 1• Main Breaker 2. G.F.C.I. Breakers supplying recepticles for construction sites 3. Breakers installed for necessary heat load 4. No other breakers installed 5. All Grounding and bonding completed 6. Dead fronts installed 7. Stable mounting NOTE: Permanent services on buildings which are energized for construction work will be considered as temporary service equipment until such time as the final inspection is completed. D. Ammendment of Article 110 -22 entitled "Identification of Disconnecting Means" to add the following sentence thereto: Circuit breaker panel schedule shall be legibly marked and be located adjacent to circuit breakers being identified. Panel schedules located on the back side of a lift -up type cover will not be accepted. 3.06.05 AMENDMENTS TO THE UNIFORM ADMINISTRATIVE CODE PROVISIONS FOR THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, 1984 EDITION A. Table 3A - "Fee Schedule" is hereby deleted. 0 } f 3.06.06 APPENDICES Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 respectively, incorporated in the Building Resolution of the County of Eagle, State of Colorado, are hereby amended to read as follows: APPENDICES TABLE 1 - Eagle County Permit Requirements TABLE 2 - Eagle County Snow Load Requirements TABLE 3 - Eagle County Building Permit Fees TABLE 4 - Eagle County Mechanical Permit Fees TABLE 5 - Eagle County Plumbing Permit Fees TABLE 6 - Eagle County Electrical Permit Fees TABLE 7 - Eagle County Requirements for Enclosure of Metal Chimneys TABLE 8 - Construction Sign Boards TABLE 9 - Design Standard of Residential Driveways 10 TABLE 1 - EAGLE COUNTY PERMIT REQUIREMENTS A PROJECT MAY REQUIRE ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWIDIG PERMITS: (1) BUILDING (2) PLUMBING (3) ELECTRICAL (4) MECHANICAL (5) GRADING OR ROAD CUT (6) INDIVIDUAL SEWAGE DISPOSAL (7) SIGN (8) MOBILE HOME HOOKUP --- -- ----- ------------- - - - - -- ROUTING ABBREVIATIONS: BUILDING DEPARTMENT = B.D. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH = E.H. PLANNING DEPARTMENT = P.D. ENGINEERING = ENG. CLASSIFICATION OF PROJECTS SPECIFIC PROJECTS NO PEiLfIT PEILIIT(71PLAN REQUIREREQ. ROUTING REQ. Bui lding of New Residential New Structures & Structures 1,2,3,4,5 X .D.,E.H.,En- .,P.D. Building of New Non - Residential Modulars & Commercial Structure 1,2,3,4 X . ="B.D.,E.H..Eng.,P.D Moving of Existing Structure ' to New Location 1 X B.D.,E.H.,Eng.,P.D. Moving of House Trailer into a Mobile Home Park 3,8 X B.D.,P.D. House Trailers & Moving & Setting of Modular Structure on BuildinR Site 1,2 3,6 X 'B.D.,E.H.,Eng.,P.D. Building of a Structure Used Solely as an Agricultural Condemned Buildings. Building X One Story Accessory Buildings Used as Tool & Storage Sheds, ! Play Houses & Similar Uses, Providing Floor Area Does Not Exceed 120' s . X Remodel /Rebuilding of a Condemned Structure Depending on Work X The Demolition of the S,Thole or Part of Building, Modular Building, or House Trailer 1 I IB.D.,P.D. Additions & Exterior Const- Additions Involving an Attached or Detached Garage or Shop 1,3 X !B.D.,En .,P.D. Additions Involving a Bedroom, Bathroom, Kitchen, Living Room, or Other Accessory Rooms 1,2,3,4 X B.D.,E.H.,En .,P.D. ruction & On Site Accessory Sidewalks, or Slabs X Construction. 11 TABLE 1 - EAGLE COUNTY PERMIT REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED) CLASSIFICATION SPECIFIC PROJECTS NO OF PROJECTS PERfIT(S) SITE ROUTING REQ.' PERMIT REQUIRED PLAN REQ. REQ. Patios or Decks, Entry Porches Additions & etc. 1 X B.D.,P.D. Exterior Construc- Window Awnings Supported by an tion & Exterior Wall When Not Pro More Than 54" on R -3 X On Site Accessory Prefabricated Swimming Pools Construction. With Pool Walls Entirely Above Grade & A Water Capacity of Not More Than 5000 Gallons X Poured -In -Place Swimming Pools Below Grade With Water Capa- city of More Than 5000 Gallons 1,2 Retaining Walls, Over 4' in Height. (Engineerin Required) 1 B.D.,Eng. Fences Over 6' in Height 1 B.D. Fences Used for Agricultural Purpose Only or Those Fences Under 6' in Height X Water Tanks Supported Directly Upon Grade if the Capacity Does Not Exceed 5000 Gallons 1,2 X B.D.,P.D.,Eng. Erection of Exterior Sign (Except as Exempt in Zoning . Resolutions) 7 X B.D.,P.D. All Non- Structural Landscaping X Re airing of Leaky Roof X Exterior Repair & Replacement or Covering of Replacement &/or 25% or More of Roof 1 B.D. Repair or Replacement of Addition. Exterior Siding X Replacement or Addition of Exterior Window 1 B.D. Repair of Existing Exterior Window X Addition of Exterior Door 1 B.D.,P.D. Repair or Replacement of Existing Exterior Door X Interior Repair & Repair or Replacement of Replacement & /or Floor Covering X Addition 12 TABLE 1 - EAGLE COUNTY PERMIT REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED) CL9SSIFICATION I SPECIFIC PROJECTS OF PROJECTS Interior Repair & Painting, Papering or Similar Replacement & /or Finish Work:Exterior or In- terior Addition. Installation of ?:oodburning Stove or FireDlace Replacement of Furnace or Water Heater (Except Electri- Water &/or Sewer Systems NO I PER`IIT(S)l SITE PFR-MITI REQUIRED PLAN REQ. IREQ. X 4 4 Im ROUTISG REQ. Kitchen Remodel, i.e.:Cabinet Replacement or Counter Re- lacement X Repair, Alteration, Replace- ment, or Addition of Plumbing System 2 B.D. epair, Alteration, Replace- nt, or Addition of Electri- 1 Svstem [Demolition 3 B.D. of Interior Wall 1 ( B.D. dition of Interior ?loll 1 B.D. Repair of Sheetrock (Drywall) X Removal & Replacement of Sheetrock 1 B.D. Repair, Replacement or Addi- tion of Interior Door X Addition of Built -In Cabinets or Shelvin¢ X Non- Bearing Partition Walls or Temporary Room Dividers X *Installation of Private Sewer Svstem 6 X E.H. *Expansion of Private Sewer Svstem 6 X E.H. *Repair of Private Sewer System Involving: Replacement of Septic Tank or Repair/ Moving of Leach Field 6 X E.H. Simple Repair of Septic Tank . or Plumbing Lines X * See Resolution of Local Boar _Eagle, State of Colorado, Re of H alth, Cou ty of oluti n 1180 -198 . 13 CLASSIFICATION SPECIFIC PROJECTS OF PROJECTS Water & /or Disconnecting of Private Sewer System and Connecting to Pub - Sewer System lic Sewer System (Contact Applicabel Water /Sewer Juris- diction) Installation of Private Water System (Contact CO. Div. of Water Resources) lInstallation of Public Water System: Serving More than 20 People (Contact CO-Division of Water Resources, CO. Dept. Road Cut & Grading & Parking Serving 20 People or Less Installation of Slater & /or Sewer Distribution /Collection Lines & Taps Within Public Right -of -Way or Easement for Public Utilities Excation, Grading, & Graveling or Paving of a Road to be Dedicated to the County for Maintenance Excavation, Grading, & Graveling or Paving of a Commercial or Residential Parkine Lot Excavation, Grading & Gravel- ing or Paving or a New Private Repair or Repaving of an Ex- isting Driveway or Parking Lot Paving of an Existing Gravel Driveway or Parking Lot Installation of New, Repair or Replacement of Culvert 14 NO I PERNIIT(S)I SITE PER`fIT REQUIRED PLAN REQ. REQ. X M M E.H. ROUTING REQ 5 1 X 5 X 5 X X X 5 E.H. ROUTING REQ TABLE 2 EAGLE COUNTY SNOW LOAD REQUIREMENTS LOCATION SNOWLOAD - LBS /SQ.FT. Arrowhead 60 Aspen Mesa 54 Avon 58.3 Basalt 42.3 Beaver Creek Village 77 Bellyache Ridge 98 Berry Creek 56.1 Bond 44.1 Burns 40.5 Derby Junction 40.5 Dotsero 35.3 Dowd Junction 65 Eagle 42.3 Eagle -Vail 63 Eby Creek 47 Edwards 54 El Jebel 40.5 Frying Pan River Area 50 Fulford 121.6 Gilman 98 Gypsum 37 Lake Creek 60 (average) McCoy 44.1 Minturn 70 Radium 50 Redcliff 95.2 Red Table Acres 54 Reudi Shores 62.7 Seven Castles 54 Squaw Creek 65 State Bridge 44.1 Sweetwater 46 Tennessee Pass 219 Vail 77 West Vail 72 Wolcott 50 15 TABLE 2 (CONTINUED) NOTE 1: Snow Load Requirements may be reduced by increasing roof pitch as set forth in Section 2305 (d), Uniform Building Code, 1985. NOTE 2: The snow load formula used to calculate roof load requirements is taken from a manual entitled, "Snow Load Design Data for Colorado ", March 1978, written by The Structural Engineers Association of Colorado. The following formula should be used to calculate the load requirements in lbs. per sq. ft. Snow Load = Idhere K =4 for every location in Eagle County with the exception of the area from Redcliff south to Tennessee Pass along Highway 24. For this limited area K =6. A = The altitude of the site in thousands of feet. Simplifying the above formula for application in the majority of the County where K =4, results in the following: S = 2 (A - 2) The preceding Table represents Snow Load Requirements obtained by the application of the above formula for various locations within the County. If you have a site not listed in this Table, you can determine the load requirements by the application of the formula by using the appropriate elevation and "K" factor. Assistance can be obtained from the Building Department if necessary. Q: *.} 3 TABLE !f3 BUILDI \G PERMIT FEES EAGLE COUNTY, COLORADO FROM TO FEE FROM TO FEE FROM TO FEE $ 01.00 - 500 $ 30.00 $36,001 - 37,000 $323.50 $ 74,001 - 75,000 $522.50 501 - 1,000 30.00 37,001 - 38,000 330.00 75,001 - 76,000 527.00 1,001 - 2,000 32.00 38,001 - 39,000 336.50 76,001 - 77,000 531.50 2,001 - 3,000 45.00 39,001 - 40,000 343.00 77,001 - 78,000 536.00 3,001 - 4,000 54.00 40,001 - 41,000 349.50 78,001 - 79,000 540.50 4,001 - 5,000 63.00 41,001 - 42,000 356.00 79,001 - 80,000 545,00 5,001 - 6,000 72.00 42,001 - 43,000 362.50 80,001 - 81,000 549.50 6,001 - 7,000 81.00 43.001 - 44,000 369.00 81,001 - 82,000 554.00 7,001 - 8,000 90.00 44,001 - 45,000 375.50 82,001 - 83,000 558.50 8,001-- 9,000 99.00 45,001 - 46,000 382.00 83,001 - 84,000 563.00 9,001 - 10,000 108.00 46,001 - 47,000 388.50 84,001 - 85,000 567.50 10,001 - 11,000 117.00 47,001 - 48,000 395.00 85,001 - 86,000 572.00 11,001 - 12,000 126.00 48,001 - 49,000 401.50 86,001 - 87,000 576.50 12,001 - 13,000 135.00 49,001 - 50,000 408.00 87,001 - 88,000 581.00 13,001 - 14,000 144.00 50,001 - 51,000 414.50 88,001 - 89,000 585.50 14,001 - 15,000 153.00 51,001 - 52,000 419.00 89,001 - 90,000 590.00 15,001 - 16,000 162.00 52,001 - 53,000 423.50 90,001 - 91,000 594.50 16,001 - 17,000 171.00 53,001 - 54,000 428.00 91,001 - 92,000 599.00 17,001 - 18,000 180.00 54,001 - 55,000 432.50 92,001 - 93,000 603.50 18,001 - 19,000 189.00 55,001 - 56,000 437.00 93,001 - 94,000 608.00 19,001 - 20,000 198.00 56,001 - 57,000 441.50 94,001 - 95,000 612.50 20,001 - 21,000 207.00 57,001 - 58,000 446.00 95,001 - 96,000 617.00 21,001 - 22,000 216.00 58,001 - 59,000 450.50 96,001 - 97,000 621.50 22,001 - 23,000 225.00 59,001 - 60,000 455.00 97,001 - 98,000 626.00 23,001 - 24,000 234.00 60,001 - 61,000 459.50 98,001 - 99,000 630.50 24,001 - 25,000 243.00 61,001 - 62,000 464.00 99,001 - 100,000 635.00 25,001 - 26,000 252.00 62,001 - 63,000 468.50 26,001 - 27,000 258.50 63,001 - 64,000 473.00 100,001 - 500,000 639.00 for first $1,00, 27,001 - 28,000 265.00 64,001 - 65,000 477.50 plus 53.50 for each add tional 51,000 or fractii 28,001 - 29,000 271.50 65,001 - 66,000 482.00 sao,oal - 1,000,000 thereof for first 5500o 29,001 - 30,000 278.00 66,001 - 67,000 486.50 plus S3. o0 for each add 30,001 - 31,000 284.50 67,001 - 68 000 491.00 tional 51,000 or fractii 31,001 - 32,000 291.00 68,001 - 69,000 495.50 1,000,001 and up 3539.50 for first $1,00; 32,001 - 33,000 297.50 69,001 - 70,000 500.00 plus 52.00 for each add' tional S1.000,000 or 33,001 - 34,000 304.00 70,001 - 71,000 504.50 fraction thereof 34,001 - 35,000 310.50 71,001 - 72,000 509.00 PLAY CHECK FEES - RESIDENTIAL & CO .MERCIAI 35,001 - 36,000 317.00 72,001 - 73,000 513.50 65; of amount of buitdit 73,001 - 74,000 518.00 permit fee U.B.C. Section 304 (b) OTHER INSPECT:ONS AND FEES: 1. Inspections outside of norraI business hpurs .....................530.00 per hour (Minimum cnarce - two (2) hours) 2. Reinspection fee assessed under provisions of Section 305 (9)....530.00 per hour 3. InSpec LiCnS for which no fee is specifically indicated........... 530.00 Rer hour (Minimum cnarce - one -half (�j hour) 4. Additional plan revien required by chances, additions or revisions to approved plans ............. .........................530.00 per hour (Minimum charge - one -half (1;) hour) 5. Additional inspections for which collected fees are not adequate.530.00 each 6. Pursant to contract, Fire Depart ^ent Review Fees in regards to 'fire alarms and sprinkler systems, will be divided Jy- to Fire Department and 25= to County. 17 TABLE 4 MECHANICAL PERMIT FEES Permit Issuance 1. For the issuance of each permit. . 2. For issuing each supplemental permit. . . Unit Fee Schedule 1. For the installation or relocation of each forced -air or gravity type furnace or burner, including ducts and vents attached to such ap- pliance, up to and including 100,000 Btu /h . 2. For the installation or relocation of each forced air or gravity type furnace or burn- er, including ducts and vents attached to such appliance over 100,000 Btu /h. . 3. For the installation or relocation of each floor furnace, including vent. . 4. For the installation or relocation of each suspended heater, recessed wall- heater or floor - mounted unit heater. . . 5. For the installation, relocation or replace- ment of each applicance vent installed and not included in an appliance permit. . 6. For the repair of, alteration of, or addition to each heating applicance, refrigeration unit, cooling unit, absorption unit, or each heating, cooling, absorption, or evaporative coolant system, including installation of controls re- gulated by this code . 7. 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. . . . . 8. For the installation or relocation of each boiler or compressor to and including three horsepower, or each absorption system over 100,000 Btu /h and including 500,000 Btu /h. . 9. For the installation or relocation of each boiler or compressor over 15 horsepower, to and including 30 horsepower, or each absorp- tion system over 500,000 Btu /h and including 1,000,000 Btu /h. . . . . . . 10. For the installation or relocation of each boiler or compressor ever 30 horsepower to and including 50 horsepower, or for each ab- sorption system over 1,000,000 Btu /h to and including 1,750,000 Btu /h. . . . . . . . . . . IW .810.00 3.00 . 11 7.50 6.00 6.00 3.00 6.00 6.00 11.00 15.00 22.50 11. For the installation or relocation of each boiler or refrigeration compressor over 50 horsepower, or each absorption system over 1,750,000 Btu /h. . . . . 12. For each air - handling unit to and including 10,000 cubic feet per minute including ducts attached thereto. . . 13. For each air - handling unit over 10,000 cfm. . 14. For each evaporative cooler other than port- able type . . . 15. For each ventilation fan connected to a single duct . 16. For each ventilation system which is not a portion of any heating or air- condi- tioning system authorized by a permit . 17. For the installation of each hood which is served by mechanical exhaust, including the ducts for such hood . 18. For the installation or relocation of each domestic -type incinerator. . 19. For the installation or relocation of each commercial or industrial type incinerator . 20. For each appliance or piece of equipment regulated by this code but not classed in other appliance categories, or for which no other fee is listed in this code. . 21. When Chapter 22 of the Uniform Mechanical Code is applicable (see Section 103), permit fees for fuel -gas piping shall be as follows: For each gas - piping outlets (1 -5) . . For each gas- piping outlets, per outlet system of one to five system of over five (5) Other Inspection Fees 1. Inspections outside of normal business hours (Minimum charge - two hours) 2. Reinspection fee assessed under provisions of Section 305(f) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. Inspections for which no fee is specifically indicated . . . . . . (Minimum charge - one -half hour) 4. Additional plan review required by changes, additions or revisions to approved plans . (Minimum charge - one -half hour) 19 37.50 4.50 7.50 4.50 3.00 4.50 4.50 7.50 30.00 . . 4.50 5.00 1.00 . . 30.00 (per hour) 30.00 (each) 30.00 (per hour) 30.00 (per hour) Permit Issuance TABLE 5 PLUMBING PERMIT FEES 1. For issuing each permit. . . . . . . . $10.00 2. For issuing each supplemental permit . . . . . . 4.50 Unit Fee Schedule (In addition to Item 1 or 2 ab 1. For each plumbing fixture or trap or set of fixtures on one trap (including water, drainage piping and backflow protection therefor) . . . . . . . . 2. For each building sewer and each trailer park sewer. . . 3. Rainwater systems per drain (inside building) . 4. For each water heater and /or heat . 5. For each gas - piping system of one to five (1 -5) outlets . . . . . . 6. For each gas - piping system over five (5)out- lets, per outlet. . . . . . 7. For each industrial waste pretreatment inter- ceptor including its trap and vent, except- ing kitchen -type grease inceptors function- ing as fixture traps. . . . . 8. For installation, alteration or repair of water piping and /or water- treating equip- ment, each. . . . . . . 9. For repair of alteration of drainage or vent piping, each fixture . . . . 10. For each lawn sprinkler system on any one meter including backflow protection devices therefor. . . . . 11. For atmospheric -type vacumn breakers not included in Item 2: 1 to 5 . Over 5, each. . . . . . . 12. For each backflow protective device other than atmoshperic -type vacumn breakers: 2 inches and smaller. . . Over 2 inches . . . . 13. For each gas- piping system of one to four (1 -4) outlets . 14. For each gas- piping system of five (5) or more outlets; per outlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 4.00 10.00 4.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 2.00 6.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 1.00 f Other Inspection Fees 1. Inspections outside of normal business hours. . . 30.00 (Minimum charge - two hours) (per hour) 2. Reinspection fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30.00 3. Inspections for which no fee is specifically (each) indicated. . . . . . . . 30.00 (Minimum charge - one -half hour) (per hour) 4. Additional plan review required by changes, additions, or revisions to approved plans. 30.00 (Minimum charge - one -half hour) . . . . . . (per hour) 21 TABLE 6 ELECTRICAL PERMIT FEES Residential: (Single Ownership Residence) This includes modular homes, manufactured homes, travel trailers, also duplexes, tri- plexes and four - plexes. Construction and extensive remodeling and additions to, (based on enclosed living area) Not more than 1,000 Sq. Ft. . . . . . . . . 40.00 Over 1,000 Sq. Ft. and not more than 1,500 Sq. Ft.. . 65.00 Over 1,500 Sq. Ft. and not more than 2,000 Sq. Ft.. . 75.00 Per 100 Sq. Ft. in excess of 2,000 Sq. Ft.. . . . . . 3.00 All Other Fees: Except for inspection in mobile homes and travel trailer parks shall be computed on the dollar value of the elec- trical installation, including fixtures and installation costs thereof, and such fees shall be as follows: Valuation of Work: (Actual cost to customer) Not more than $300.00. . . . . . . . . * 36.00 More than $300.00 but not more than $2,045.00 More than $2,000.00. . . . 16.00 (per each $1,000.00 valuation or fraction thereof of total) Mobile homes and travel trailer parks per space. . . 36.00 Reinspections on all the above . . . . . . . . . . . 40.00 Temporary Power Permits: Temporary power. . . . 22 30.00 3 l TABLE 7 ENCLOSURE OF METAL CHIMNEYS �r 0.i`•tP�_° � y EXT�0-FZ. M � Flf.a•« C-" P-52. z Notes: 1. Heavy black lines indicate 5/8" or equivalent. type X gypsum board 2• All bearing walls contingent upon a flue chase must be protected. 3. Flue chase protection must extend up through roof sheathing. 23 l} TABLE 8 CONSTRUCTION SIGN BOARD As of January 1, 1982 an address sign board will be required at all building sites for construction permitted through the Eagle County Building Department.' This requirement will help County Building Inspectors as well as subcontractors and suppliers to find the job site. The sign board will also provide a place to mount the permit card where it can be signed during various inspections. The dimensions shown are guidelines only. Your sign must be legible from the road that serves your driveway and must provide weatherproof cover for the building permit. This signboard is required as of January 1, 1982. As of April 1, 1982 no inspections will be done on projects which do not have address and permit posted as herein specified. See U.B.C. 1985, Section 305(c). Address on Outer Surface (Lot and Block k "ply Numbers Optional) hinge 2' approx. _ f — __ -- Mount the �r �{ _ Per Card on the Inner Surface � \'�(T !� fl St 1A 11 © 1L3 .' approx. r . {�(tlu� /) ��fT' `/{gr�^�� !i tl.. G .N../ 9 �1yk06 t11 ply. FRONT VIEiS SIDE VIEW - FOR INFORMATION CALL; 328 -7311 or 949 -5631 or 927 -3823 A County sign permit is not required in this case. 24 TABLE 9 EAGLE COUNTY DESIGN STANDARDS FOR DRIVE47AYS 2 T a T— 18" (MIN.) DIA. -11 I CULVERT I I ........... ! I 6o°- 900 j I I i nOGE OF DRIVE OPTIONAL DRIVE RADIUS `HEAVY STREET TRAFFIC REQUIRES LARGER RADII TO AVOID LANE ENCROAC MENT WHEN ENTERING AND EXITING THE DRIVEWAY. NOTE FOR SHOULCER WIDTH REFER TO THE EAGLE CCUNTY LAND USE REGULATIONS, SEC. 2.23.06, OR THE APPROVED SUED. I MAXIMUM GRADE CHANGE PLANS. OF 10% IN 12. I 20-1 PAVEMENT / nx Z-6" MIN- GRAVEL- BASE 3 d1 RECOMMENDED MAX.J i �) GRACE OF ',1PRC',1E DITCH THROUGH MAXIMUM GRADE CHANGE PROPERTY AS NEC=eSS,,RY I OF 8 IN 12. TO MATCH -6 CULVERT DEPTH. EAGLE COUNTY DESIGN STANDARD RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAYS 7/�' 25 00 -}- FI ol °� 3 u o d ai Z s � tl C O LL 0 O O Z. Z LL I 18" (MIN.) DIA. -11 I CULVERT I I ........... ! I 6o°- 900 j I I i nOGE OF DRIVE OPTIONAL DRIVE RADIUS `HEAVY STREET TRAFFIC REQUIRES LARGER RADII TO AVOID LANE ENCROAC MENT WHEN ENTERING AND EXITING THE DRIVEWAY. NOTE FOR SHOULCER WIDTH REFER TO THE EAGLE CCUNTY LAND USE REGULATIONS, SEC. 2.23.06, OR THE APPROVED SUED. I MAXIMUM GRADE CHANGE PLANS. OF 10% IN 12. I 20-1 PAVEMENT / nx Z-6" MIN- GRAVEL- BASE 3 d1 RECOMMENDED MAX.J i �) GRACE OF ',1PRC',1E DITCH THROUGH MAXIMUM GRADE CHANGE PROPERTY AS NEC=eSS,,RY I OF 8 IN 12. TO MATCH -6 CULVERT DEPTH. EAGLE COUNTY DESIGN STANDARD RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAYS 7/�' 25 3.07 RESPONSIBILITY OF OWNER Neither the granting of a permit, not the approval of the drawings and specifications, nor inspections made by the Building Official shall in any way relieve the owner of such building or structure from full responsibility for carrying out all work in accordance with the requirements of this Resolution. 3.08 PROHIBITIONS 3.08.01 No person shall commence or continue any work in respect to any building, structure, factory -built housing unit, mobile home or equipment, without first obtaining a permit from the Community Development Office, Building Division. 3.08.02 No person shall commence or continue any work in respect to any private or subsurface sewage disposal system without first obtaining a permit from the Environmental Health Office. 3.08.03 The written approval of the Environmental Health Office shall be obtained before the backfilling of any private or subsurface sewage disposal system. 3.08.04 In respect to any work undertaken in violation of the provisions of subsection 3.08.03 or 3.08.04 of this Section, the Building Official or Environmental Health Office, as the case may be, may at any time require that such work, in whole or in part, be exposed for inspection. 3.08.05 No person shall occupy any new building, factory -built housing unit or mobile home until sewage disposal facilities, meeting the minimum standards of the regulations of the State Board of Health or any of the Eagle County Individual Sewage Disposal Regulations, have been installed and have been approved, in writing, by the Environmental Health Office. 26 3.09 PERMITS AND FEES 3.09.01 The Building Department shall issue a permit where: A. An application for a permit has been made in accordance with the provisions of this Section. B. The proposed work set out in the application conforms to this Resolution and all other laws, regulations, resolutions, or orders having application in Eagle County. C. All Construction drawings, applications, and permit fees have been submitted and approved, including those for plumbing, electrical, and mechanical. portions of the project. A footing and foundation permit may be awarded prior to reception of other permit information if adequate structural and site plan information is provided. 3.09.02 The Building Department shall not issue a permit where: A. The proposed work, as set forth in the application, or the proposed use of the building or structure when completed, does not comply with the provisions of the Eagle County Zoning Resolution; B. The owner or applicant, in relation to the proposed lot or site, has not complied with the provisions of the Eagle County Subdivision Regulations controlling the subdivision, platting, partitioning, or other division of land; C. The proposed work, as set forth in the application, or the proposed building or structure when completed, would be in violation of any county official map, resolution, or the Eagle County Master Plan; 27 3.09.02 3.09.03 1 D. A private or subsurface sewage disposal system will be required and the proposed site does not meet the requirements of conditions therefore imposed by a provision of state law or regulation of the State Board of Health, or of any Eagle County sewage disposal regulation. Where a private or subsurface sewage disposal system will be required and the proposed site meets the requirements or conditions therefore imposed by a provision of the aforesaid laws, regulations, or resolutions, the Building Official shall not issue a permit until sewage disposal permit has first been issued in writing by the Environmental Health Office; E. The proposed site is located, all or in part, within any area determined by the Building Official to necessitate special building requirements as a result of potential avalanche, earth movement, floods, surface water, or other potentially hazardous conditions, or designated either "Eagle County Special Permit Area ", or "Flood Plain Zone" in any county resolution; and the special permit required by such resolution has not been obtained by the applicant. All special building requirements included in any such special permit shall be incorporated into the permit issued to the applicant under this Resolution; F. In the opinion of the Building Official, the results of the tests referred to in Section 3.11 of this Resolution are not satisfactory. FEES A. The schedule of fees to be charged for the issuance of a permit under this Resolution shall be as set forth in Tables 3, 41 5, and 6, as included in the Appendices. Table 3 entitled "Building Permit Fees, Eagle County, Colorado" included in the text hereof and incorporated herein by this reference. M3 3.09.03 T 4 1 Table 4 entitled "Mechanical Permit Fees, Eagle County, Colorado" (from Section 304, Uniform Mechanical Code, 1985 Edition) is included in the text hereof and incorporated herein by this reference. Table 5 entitled "Plumbing Permit Fees, Eagle County, Colorado ". Additional permit fees shall be charged as follows: 1• For moving or demolishing any building or structure . . . . . $30.00 2• For placement and use of a mobile home as a living unit elsewhere than in an approved mobile home park. . . See Table 3'^ *Note: Based on valuation of foundation plus valuation of mobile unit. An average State of Colorado Inspection Fee ($125.00) will be subtracted from the total permit fee. The remaining fee shall not be less than $75.00. 3• ^For an installation or construc- tion permit for a new individual subsurface or private sewage disposal system . . . . . . . . $150.00 4• *For alteration, enlargement, or any repair of an individual sewage disposal system involv- ing replacement of septic tank and /or repair /new location of leach field . . . . . . . . . . $150.00 5. For site inspection and review of a plot to determine the feas- ibility of an individual subsur- face or private sewage disposal system, per lot or test site (does not include percolation test) . . . . . . . . . . . . $25.00 `* See Resolution No. 80 -11, 1980 - Local Board of Health - Eagle County Individual Sewage Disposal Regulations. 29 J f' 3.09.03 6• For site inspection including percolation test. . . . . . . . $50.00 %• For review and completion of a Federal Housing Administration questionaire with respect to a dwelling to be sold, including site inspection of a water supply and a sewage disposal system . . . . . . . . . . . . . S25.00 B. If the Building Official discovers any person undertaking any work in violation of this Resolution, he shall notify the violator to cease such act or acts, and such violator shall pay for such permit twice the amount of the fee otherwise levied. C. The estimated value of the work shall be reviewed by the Building Official and shall be based on the declared cost of materials and labor for each permit for each building or structure. The Building Official shall account for all fees paid under this Resolution for any building, mobile -home placement or sewage - disposal facility and shall deposit in the County General Fund. 3.09.04 Every permit is issued upon the condition that: A. Construction is to be started within six (6) months from the date of issuance of the permit; B. Construction is not to be discontinued or suspended for a period of more than one (1) year; and C. The exterior of any building shall be finished in durable, weather resistant materials prior to employment of particular use for which the building is intended. 30 3.09.05 An application for a permit shall: A. Be made on the form prescribed by the Building Department; B. Be signed by the applicant; C. Be accompanied by the fee prescribed for work to be undertaken; D. State the intended use of the building structure; E. Include copies in duplicate of a plot plan and scale drawings and specifications of the work to be carried out as required by Section 301 of the 1985 Uniform Building Code. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 301 of the 1985 Uniform Building Code, the plot plan shall show and include: 1. Property lines; 2. Outline of proposed and existing building with setbacks from property lines indicated on all sides; 3. All easements, utility, water and sewer lines; 4. Driveway and driveway intersection with public road, including grades, widths, and necessary culverts and ditches; 5. Parking spaces dimensioned and numbered, with snow removal area(s) indicated; 6. Proposed method of drainage of water away from foundation and into drainage way; 7. Proposed revegetation or landscape plan with erosion and sediment control; 8. Location of live streams, ponds or lakes, and all other dry washes and irrigation ditches; 9. Proposed and existing wells on subject property and adjacent property; 31 i �3 10. Location of individual sewage disposal system, if proposed, with distances indicated from proposed system to dwellings, wells, and other fixed reference objects. 3.10 DOCUMENTS ON THE SITE 3.10.01 The person to whom the permit is issued shall, during construction, keep: A. Posted in a conspicuous place on the property in respect of which the permit was issued a copy of the building permit or a poster or placard approved by the Building Department in lieu thereof, and; B. A copy of the approved drawings and specifications referred to in Subsection 3.09.05(e) on the property in respect of which the permit was issued. 3.11 POWERS OF THE BUILDING OFFICIAL 3.11.01 The Building Official is charged with the administration and enforcement of the Resolution under authority of the Eagle County Department of Comunity Development. 3.11.02 The Building Official may: A. Enter any premises at any reasonable time for the purpose of administering this Resolution: B. Direct that tests of materials, devices, construction methods, structural assemblies or foundation conditions be made, or sufficient evidence or proof is necessary to determine whether the material, devices, construction or foundation meets the requirements of this Resolution. The records of such tests shall be kept available for inspection during the construction of the building or structure and for such a period thereafter as required by the Building Official; 32 X C. Direct by written notice, or by attaching a placard to premises, the correction of any condition where, in the opinion of the Building Official, such condition violates the provisions of this Resolution; D. Revoke a permit where there is a violation of the provisions of 3.09.04. 3.12 APPEALS 3.12.01 Appeals to the Board of Appeals. A. Membership of the Board of Appeals. A Board of Appeals, consisting of five (5) members, shall be appointed by the Board of Commissioners to hear and decide appeals as provided hereunder, one (1) member to be appointed for five (5) years, one (1) for four (4) years, one (1) for three (3) years, one (1) for two (2) years, and one (1) for one (1) year, and thereafter each new member shall serve for five (5) years or until his successor has been appointed. Where any member is appointed to fill a vacancy occurring during the term of a member, the successor's term shall run until the expiration of the term of the member he suceeds. The Board of Appeals shall appoint from its membership a Chairman and a Secretary who shall keep a written record of all proceedings of the Board. B. Qualifications of Board Members. If any such persons are available in the County, each member shall be licensed professional engineer or architect or a building contractor or superintendent of building construction, or other person qualified by experience and training to pass on matters pertaining to building construction, and at no time shall there be more than two members from the same profession or business; and at least one member shall, if possible, be a licensed architect and one member shall be a licensed structural or civil engineer. 33 C. Application for Appeal Any person aggrieved by a decision of the Building Official denying, issuing, or revoking a permit or in applying the provisions of the Code or this Resolution to the construction, alteration or repair of a structure, as herein defined, may appeal such decision to the Board of Appeals. D. Time for Appeal. An appeal shall be commenced within 10 days from the date of the decision appealed from by filing a written Notice of Appeal with the Secretary of the Board of Appeals setting forth the decision appealed from. E. Board Action on Appeal. Upon receipt of a Notice of Appeal, the Secretary shall schedule said appeal for Hearing in 30 days, or if the Board has adopted a regular schedule of meetings, not later than the third regular meeting following receipt of the Notice. The Secretary shall thereupon mail written notice of the date, time, and place of the Hearing to the Building Official and to the Appellant. F. Hearings. Hearings shall be public and shall be conducted as nearly as possible in conformity with Section 24 -4 -105 C.R.S. 1973, as amended. The Board shall adopt reasonable rules and regulations for the conduct of hearings and thereafter such rules and regulations shall govern the conduct of such Hearings. G. Rulings. The Board shall issue its findings and rulings thereon in writing not later than 30 days after the Hearing, or not later than the second regular meeting following the Hearing, if the regular schedule of meetings has been adopted by the Board. The Secretary shall mail copies of the findings and rulings to the Building Official and Appellant. 34 3.12.02 t' Appeals to the Board of County Commissioners. G1 W C D. FD Grievances Any person aggrieved by a decision of the Board of Appeals shall have the right of appeal therefrom to the Board of County Commissioners. Such appeal shall be made within thirty (30) days from the date of the decision of the Board of Appeals, and in the case of an appeal by the Building Official, the original Appellant shall be notified within five (5) days from the date of the decision that the Building Official intends to appeal the decision. Procedure Appeals hereunder shall be commenced by filing a written Notice of Appeal with the Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners, who shall schedule the appeal for Hearing not later than the second regular meeting following receipt of said Notice. The Clerk shall notify the Secretary of the Board of Appeals, the Building Official and the Appellant in writing of the date, time and place of the Hearing. Transmission of Files. Upon receipt of the Notice from the Clerk, the Secretary of the Board of Appeals shall transmit the File containing all Exhibits, Testimony and Evidence of whatsoever kind to the Clerk not later than ten (10) days prior to the scheduled Hearing. Hearing. At the Hearing the Board of County Commissioners shall examine the File and consider any additional evidence which it deems appropriate. Strict rules of evidence shall not apply, but all additional oral evidence shall be reduced to writing in summary form. Ruling. Within ten (10) days from the date of the Hearing the Board shall issue its written ruling affirming, modifying, or reversing the 35 Ruling of the Board of Appeals. Copies of the Ruling shall be mailed to the Secretary of the Board of Appeals, the Building Official, and the Appellant. The Building Official shall then take whatever action is indicated by the Ruling of the Board. 3.13 PENALTY 3.13.01 No person shall commence or continue any work in respect to any building, structure, or mobile home, or any sewage disposal system in violation of the provisions of this Resolution. 3.13.02 Any violation referred to in subsection 3.13.01 shall be deemed a nuisance. 3.13.03 Any person who violates the provisions of this Resolution is liable upon conviction to a fine of not more than one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than ten days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Each day during which such illegal erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, maintenance, or use continues shall be deemed a separate offense. In case any building or structure is or is proposed to be erected, constructed, reconstructed, altered, remodeled, used or maintained in violation of the provisions of this Resolution, the Board, the Chief Building Official, the district attorney of the district, or any owner of real estate within the area, in addition to other remedies provided by law, may institute an appropriate action to other remedies provided by law, may institute an appropriate action for injunction, mandamus or abatement to prevent, enjoin, abate, or remove such unlawful erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, remodeling, maintenance or use. 3.14 WAIVER The Building Official may waive any permit requirements within this Resolution only after a determination that the effect of such a waiver is minor and will not affect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Eagle County. 36 ~' Y Ruling of the Board of Appeals. Copies of the Ruling shall be mailed to the Secretary of the Board of Appeals, the Building Official, and the Appellant. The Building Official shall then take whatever action is indicated by the Ruling of the Board. 3.13 PENALTY 3.13.01 No person shall commence or continue any work in respect to any building, structure, or mobile home, or any sewage disposal system in violation of the provisions of this Resolution. 3.13.02 Any violation referred to in subsection 3.13.01 shall be deemed a nuisance. 3.13.03 Any person who violates the provisions of this Resolution is liable upon conviction to a fine of not more than one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than ten days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Each day during which such illegal erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, maintenance, or use continues shall be deemed a separate offense. In case any building or structure is or is proposed to be erected, constructed, reconstructed, altered, remodeled, used or maintained in violation of the provisions of this Resolution, the Board, the Chief Building Official, the district attorney of the district, or any owner of real estate within the area, in addition to other remedies provided by law, may institute an appropriate action to other remedies provided by law, may institute an appropriate action for injunction, mandamus or abatement to prevent, enjoin, abate, or remove such unlawful erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration, remodeling, maintenance or use. 3.14 WAIVER The Building Official may waive any permit requirements within this Resolution only after a determination that the effect of such a waiver is minor and will not affect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Eagle County. 36 ¢ fjq 3.15 3.16 3.17 3 1� REPEAL Upon the approval and adoption of this Resolution by the Board, all existing or previously adopted Building Resolutions not reflected in this Resolution be and the same are hereby repealed and superceded by this Resolution. VALIDITY The Eagle County Board of Commissioners hereby declares that if any section, subsection, clause or phrase of this Resolution or of the 1985 Code adopted by this Resolution, is for any reason held to be invalid by the decision of any court of competent jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this Resolution and /or 1985 Code. EFFECTIVE DATE This Resolution shall be in force and effect from and after the date of the Board's execution of this Resolution. CLOSING The Board determines and finds that this Resolution is necessary for the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Eagle, County. 37