Town of Farmington, CT
Hartford County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Farmington as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Building Code Board of Appeals – See Ch. 5
Construction of public buildings – See Ch. 53
Demolition of buildings – See Ch. 86
Numbering of buildings — See Ch. 87.
Blighted buildings  — See Ch. 88.
Fees — See Ch. 98.
Historic areas — See Ch. 111.
Housing standards — See Ch. 118.
Subdivision regulations — See Ch. 172.
Zoning regulations — See Ch. 197.
[Adopted 11-29-1951 by Ord. No. 15]
No building permit shall be issued for the erection of any building or structure in an unapproved subdivision or on a lot abutting an unaccepted highway or street; provided, however, that this article shall not prevent the issuance of a building permit for the construction of a building or structure on a lot a plan for which, at the time of the adoption of this article, was on record in the office of the Town Clerk and which abutted an accepted highway or street or a highway or street which was actually in use for vehicular travel or for the construction of farm or accessory buildings which are not in violation of the zoning regulations of the Town.[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 197, Zoning Regulations.
[Adopted 2-27-1962 by Ord. No. 42]
[Added 2-9-2016[1]]
If, upon applying for a building application, it is determined by the Tax Collector or his/her designee that delinquent Town taxes, charges, interest or lien fees are owed on any property for which an application is made, the Tax Collector shall notify the Building Official in writing to deny such application until the delinquent Town charges are paid in full.
Notwithstanding § 83-2A, if the Building Official receives a denial of a building application from the Tax Collector, the Building Official or designee may grant the requested building application without satisfaction of payment of Town charges if the Building Official certifies, in writing, as part of the file, that an emergency exists affecting the health or safety of the occupants of a building upon which property the building application is sought.
For the purposes of this section, "delinquent" shall have the meaning found in § 12-146 of the General Statutes.
Editor’s Note: This ordinance also renumbered former § 83-2, Adoption of state standards, as § 83-3.
[Amended 7-18-1992]
In accordance with C.G.S. § 29-253, the State Building Code of the State of Connecticut, including all amendments thereto, is hereby adopted as the Building Code for the Town of Farmington.