Village of Island Park, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Island Park 7-19-1956 by Ord. No. 51E. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Building construction — See Ch. 188.
Licenses, permits and certificates — See Ch. 326.
Licensing of plumbers — See Ch. 417.
When required. It shall not be lawful to install any new plumbing or drainage work in a building or structure, or to extend or alter any existing plumbing or drainage work, whether such work is to be connected with the sewer or not, without first filing with the Village Clerk an application in writing and obtaining a permit.
Form. Such applications shall be made by a licensed plumber on forms furnished by the Village Clerk.
Plans. The Village Clerk may require such application to be accompanied by plans, when such are necessary for an intelligent understanding of the work applied for.
Amendments. No changes shall be made in the specifications or plans for plumbing or drainage work after a permit has been issued, unless an amendment showing such changes has been made to the application and has been approved by the Plumbing Inspector.
Repairs. Repairs to existing plumbing and drainage may be made without filing an application and securing a permit; but such repairs shall not be construed to include new vertical or horizontal soil, waste or vent pipes; or connecting additional fixtures to existing soil or waste pipes, or main house drains, or the replacement of existing fixtures with others.
Domestic hot water hook-ups made in conjunction with either new or conversion-type hand-fired or automatic fuel-fired installations shall require a permit by a duly licensed plumber.
Every application shall be examined as soon as practicable after filing and if it conforms with this chapter a permit for the work shall be issued.
Every such permit shall be signed by the Plumbing Inspector.
[Amended 11-20-1958[1]]
A fee as set from time to time by the Board of Trustees shall be charged for each plumbing permit. The payment of the fees herein provided shall not relieve the holder of the permit from the payment of other fees prescribed by law or ordinance.
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).