Town of Babylon, NY
Suffolk County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Babylon 12-9-1969.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Building construction — See Ch. 89.
Electrical standards — See Ch. 112.
Fire prevention — See Ch. 123.
Housing standards — See Ch. 138.
Trailer camps — See Ch. 200.
[1]
Editor's Note: The provisions of this chapter are derived from Arts. VI and VII of Ch. 7 and Art. V of Ch. 10 of the 1969 Unified Code of Ordinances of the Town of Babylon.
Article I Standards Accepted

§ 170-1 Acceptance of standards.

Article II General and Administrative Provisions

§ 170-2 Definitions.

§ 170-3 Interpretation and application; licenses required; penalties for offenses.

§ 170-4 Enforcing officer.

§ 170-5 Appointment of Plumbing Inspector.

§ 170-6 Examination of applications for permits; inspection of work.

§ 170-7 Action to correct violations.

§ 170-8 Right of entry of Plumbing Inspector.

§ 170-9 Records to be kept.

§ 170-10 Report of fees collected.

§ 170-11 Work requiring permits; work to be performed by licensed plumbers.

§ 170-12 Application for permit.

§ 170-13 Amendment of plans after issuance of permit.

§ 170-14 Work not requiring permits.

§ 170-15 Issuance of permit.

§ 170-16 Term of permit.

§ 170-17 Permit fees.

§ 170-18 Inspection of work.

§ 170-19 Water test of plumbing.

§ 170-20 Air test of plumbing.

§ 170-21 Smoke test of plumbing.

§ 170-22 Use of plumbing without certificate of approval.

§ 170-23 Penalties for offenses; parties responsible.

§ 170-24 Connection of violations; prevention

§ 170-25 Effect of oversight of Inspectors.

Article III Additional Standards and Specifications

§ 170-26 Workmanship.

§ 170-27 Horizontal piping.

§ 170-28 Stacks and pipes.

§ 170-29 Joints and connections.

§ 170-30 Traps.

§ 170-31 Cleanouts.

§ 170-32 Manholes.

§ 170-33 Basement floor drains.

§ 170-34 Excavations and street openings.

§ 170-35 Number of water closets.

§ 170-36 Separate toilet facilities for each sex.

§ 170-37 Prohibited fixtures.

§ 170-38 Water supply.

§ 170-39 Valves.

§ 170-40 Placement of water service pipes.

§ 170-41 Distance of water supply well from cesspool.

§ 170-42 Protection of water supply.

§ 170-43 Cross-connection between public and private water supplies.

§ 170-44 Water supply connection to sterilizers.

§ 170-45 Water supply connections to aspirators and siphons.

§ 170-46 Water supply connections to bidets and bedpan washers.

§ 170-47 Water supply inlets to roof or suction tanks.

§ 170-48 Water connections to refrigeration units.

§ 170-49 Oil burners and tanks.

Article IV Plumbers

§ 170-50 Plumbers Examining Board.

§ 170-51 Licensing authority and examination procedures.

§ 170-52 Issuance of license.

§ 170-53 License fee.

§ 170-54 Insurance required.

§ 170-55 Applicability of licensing provisions to partnerships or corporations.

§ 170-56 Use of license.

§ 170-57 Nontransferability of license.

§ 170-58 Replacement of plumber on job.

§ 170-59 Notification of retirement or change of address of licensee.

§ 170-60 Identification of vehicles.

§ 170-61 Restricted plumber's license.

§ 170-62 Reciprocal agreements for licensing.

§ 170-63 Suspension and revocation of license.

§ 170-64 Liability.