Village of Bayville, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of Bayville 3-25-1985 as L.L. No. 6-1985. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Building construction — See Ch. 12.
This chapter shall be known and may be cited and referred to as the "House Numbering Ordinance of the Village of Bayville."
The Village of Bayville hereby adopts the following provisions with respect to house numbering in the Village of Bayville.
The purpose of these regulations is to require the clear display of authorized and assigned house or building numbers on every building fronting on any street in the Village of Bayville in order to assist the general public and emergency services, public and private, in identifying any property in case of emergency or otherwise.
All residential, commercial, industrial or other structures erected or to be erected within the Village of Bayville shall display identification numbers as provided herein and in accordance with specifications provided herein.
House numbers shall be determined and assigned by the Village Clerk of the Village of Bayville. The owner of any structure requiring a house number for which structure such a number has not been assigned as of the effective date of this chapter will be notified by the village when such number is assigned to said structure.
The owner, occupant or lessee of each and every structure which now fronts or which may hereafter front upon any public or private street within the Village of Bayville who has been assigned a house number prior to the effective date of this chapter shall, at his own expense, within thirty (30) days after the effective date of this chapter cause the authorized and assigned number of such structure to be permanently and conspicuously placed in accordance with the specifications set forth herein. Any owner who has not been assigned a number prior to the effective date of this chapter shall, within thirty (30) days after notice of assignment of such number, comply with the requirements of this section.
House or building numbers shall be:
In Arabic numerals.
A minimum height of three (3) inches for residential properties and a minimum height of six (6) inches for commercial and industrial properties.
Mounted in a secure fashion to the front wall or porch of the building so as to be clearly visible from the street.
Sufficiently legible as to contrasting background, arrangement, spacing and uniformity so as to be clearly visible from the street.
At least thirty (30) inches above ground level and so placed that trees, shrubs and other obstructions do not block the line of sight of the numbers from the street upon which the building fronts.
If numbers affixed to the front of the building would not be visible from the street, regulations may be satisfied if the owner, occupant or lessee shall provide the Arabic numbers, as required by these regulations, upon a post, rod or other type of fixture of substantial nature or a mailbox at or near the frontage with the same number affixed thereon and so located upon the same so that the number may be conspicuous and visible from the street upon which the building fronts. When the provisions of this section have been complied with, the owner, occupant or lessee of the house or building shall not be otherwise obligated to affix Arabic numbers to said house or building and shall be permitted, at his option, to utilize cursive numbers or no numbers at all upon the house or building.
Apartment and other similar facilities shall provide such building and apartment numbers as are provided for in the regulations.
Any structure erected, repaired, altered or modified after the effective date of this chapter shall have the certificate of occupancy withheld until it is assigned a house number and said number is affixed to said structure in accordance with this chapter.
Any person or persons convicted of a violation of these regulations shall be liable to a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars ($200.) and/or fifteen (15) days in jail, or both. Each day that the violation occurs shall be deemed to be a separate violation.