City of Pawtucket, RI
Providence County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Council of the City of Pawtucket: Art. I, approved 10-17-1967 by Ch. No. 1135 as Sec. 6-14 of the 1966 Code; Art. II, 5-30-1972 as Ch. No. 1333. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Electrical standards — See Ch. 186.
Building, plumbing and electrical fees — See Ch. 202, Art. I.
Fire Prevention Code — See Ch. 210, Art. II.
Mechanical standards — See Ch. 274.
Plumbing — See Ch. 306.
Zoning — See Ch. 410.
[Approved 10-17-1967 by Ch. No. 1135 as Sec. 6-14 of the 1966 Code]

§ 136-1 Filing of notice of intent to erect or alter building.

Every person intending to erect any building, or to alter the location of an external wall or the supports of any existing building, within ten (10) feet of any street, whether such street is duly accepted or otherwise dedicated to public use, shall, at least six (6) days before proceeding to build or to alter the location of such wall or supports and after obtaining a permit for the same, file in the office of the City Engineer a written notice of such intention, on a form furnished by the City Engineer, stating the location and use of the building as proposed.

§ 136-2 Determination of street line and grade by Engineer; filing of return.

The City Engineer shall, within five (5) days after receiving such notice, proceed to mark out and define the street line and grade adjacent to the proposed building, if he can accurately determine such line and grade, and shall make a return of such marking of line and grade to the inspector, and the inspector shall not allow the use of any permit for such building or alteration until such return is so filed.
[Approved 5-30-1972 as Ch. No. 1333]

§ 136-3 State Code in effect. [1]

For the purpose of prescribing regulations governing the erection and construction of buildings of all types, the City of Pawtucket operates under the provisions of the Rhode Island State Building Code currently in effect as provided for under the Rhode Island General Laws and any changes or amendments to said law.
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Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.