Township of Cedar Grove, NJ
Essex County
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Landscaping
§ 38-26.2— Post-approval escrows. § 47-6— Studies and recommendations. § 176-8— Restricted uses and activities. § 197-3— Standards for maintenance of exterior of premises. § 197-8— Dumpster required; removal of debris daily; permit; fee. § 198-3— Maintenance of grounds required. 228-2{9}— Definitions. 228-2{11}— Definitions. § 228-4— Stormwater management requirements for development. § 228-9— Requirements for site development stormwater plan. § 237-4— Review of application; issuance of permit. § 246-7— Standards for application review. § 246-9— Protection of existing trees. 268-2B{54}— Word usage and definitions. § 268-10.7— Refuse disposal units. § 268-17.1— Single-family residential parking standards. § 268-17.2— Nonresidential and multifamily parking standards. § 268-25— MF Multifamily Zone. § 268-26— SL/C Senior Living/Care Zone. § 268-27— O Office Building Zone. § 268-28— B Retail Shopping Zone. § 268-29— RC Restricted Commercial Zone. § 268-30— M-1 Office/Warehouse Zone. § 268-31— M-2 Office/Warehouse Zone. § 268-34.1— Public utility uses. § 268-34.3— Public garages and motor vehicle service stations. § 268-34.4— Public and private schools. § 268-34.5— Hospitals and eleemosynary institutions. § 268-34.6— Houses of worship. § 268-39.2— Planned retirement community developments. § 268-42— Considerations. § 268-43.1— Required documents and information for minor site plans. § 268-43.2— Required documents and information for major site plans. § 268-51— Required documents and information.
Lead abatement
Licenses and permits
§ 1-3— Violations and penalties. § 1-17— Ordinances saved from repeal. § 1-20— (Reserved) § 3-10— Custodian of Township Seal. § 3-18— Date charges are due. § 3-21.1— Construction Agency. § 3-24— Department established; appointment of Director and other personnel. § 3-25— Powers and duties of Health Officer. § 23-3— Membership qualifications. § 23-14— Organization and membership. § 31-7— Advisory opinions on appeals of rulings by Health Officer. § 38-5— Conflicts of interest prohibited. § 38-8— Powers. § 38-13— Conflicts of interest prohibited. § 38-17— Additional powers. § 38-21— Expiration of variances. § 38-27— Hearings. § 38-32.2— Development fees. 38-32.2B{4}— Development fees. 38-32.2B{5}— Development fees. § 38-36— Repealer. § 45-1— Statutory authority. § 47-2— Membership; compensation; terms; alternate members. § 52-6— Basis of classification. § 52-18— Grounds for rejection of application. § 52-34— Holidays. § 52-47— Requests for leave. § 52-60— Matters that may be brought before Board; procedure. 80-2{14}— Definitions. § 80-3— Affordable housing programs. § 80-13— Limitations on indebtedness secured by ownership unit; subordination. § 80-18— Enforcement; violations and penalties. § 81-1— Legislative findings. § 81-7— Dial alarms. Ch 83— Alcoholic Beverages § 83-1— License-issuing authority; conditions of license. § 83-2— License classes. § 83-3— Number of licenses to be issued. § 83-4— Fees. § 83-5— Application and notice requirements. § 83-6— Hours of sale. § 83-7— Premises to be closed during hours when sales are prohibited; exceptions. § 83-10— Display of license. § 83-11— Restrictions on age of employees. § 83-13— Service to certain persons prohibited. § 83-15— Regulation of conduct on premises. § 83-16— Posting of chapter required. § 83-18— Intoxicated employees prohibited. § 86-2— License required. § 86-3— Application procedure. § 86-4— License required for each machine. § 86-5— Minimum age of applicant. § 86-6— Investigation; reasons for denial of license. § 86-8— Fees. § 86-9— Term of license. § 86-10— Transfer of license. § 86-11— Display of license. § 86-12— Gambling devices prohibited. § 86-14— Prohibited hours for use of jukeboxes. § 86-15— Restricted locations. § 86-16— Revocation of license; hearing. § 86-17— Suspension of license pending revocation hearing. § 86-19— Violations and penalties. 88-1{1}— Definitions. 88-1{2}— Definitions. 88-1{4}— Definitions. § 88-2— License required. § 88-3— Contents of application. § 88-4— Issuance of license; grounds for denial. § 88-5— Fees. § 88-6— Term of license. § 88-7— License not transferable. § 88-8— Display of license. § 88-10— Regulations for exhibition of motion pictures. § 88-11— Suspension or revocation of license. § 88-12— Violations and penalties. § 88-13— Billiard halls and pool halls prohibited. § 88-14— Exception. Ch 91— Animals 91-2{3}— Definitions. § 91-3— License and registration tag required; tag to be secured to dog. § 91-4— Newly acquired dogs; dogs attaining licensing age. § 91-5— Dogs brought into Township. § 91-6— Acceptance of license and tags issued by other municipalities. § 91-7— Fees. § 91-9— Dogs running at large prohibited. § 91-10— Trespass on private property prohibited. § 91-14— Notice of seizure; destruction of unredeemed dogs. 91-18{3}— Definitions. 91-18{4}— Definitions. § 91-19— Vaccination requirements. § 91-20— License required. § 91-21— Application for license. § 91-21.1— Disposition of fees collected. § 91-22— Proof of license. § 91-24— Trespassing prohibited. § 91-28— License required. § 91-29— Contents and conditions of license. § 91-30— Dogs off premises. § 91-31— Injury to property of others. § 95-8— Privacy and confidentiality. Ch 97— Bingo and Raffles § 97-1— Bingo permitted on Sundays. § 97-2— Raffles permitted on Sundays. § 97-3— Raffle license fee. 99-1{1}— Definitions. § 99-2— License to operate required; fees; renovations and alterations. § 102-3— Amendments. § 102-4— Carbon monoxide and smoke detectors. § 107-1— Open burning restricted. § 107-2— Standards for issuance of permit for burning of trade waste. § 107-3— Application procedure; conditions of permit. § 107-4— Permits for special events by community organizations. § 107-5— Fees. § 116-2— License required. § 116-3— Applications for licenses. § 116-5— Fees. § 116-6— Term and expiration of license. § 116-7— Location restrictions. § 116-8— Appeals. 117-1{4}— Definitions; word usage. 117-1{5}— Definitions; word usage. 117-1{6}— Definitions; word usage. Ch 117 Art III— E-Cigarette Licensing § 117-9— Purpose. § 117-10— Licensing fees. § 117-11— Sale requirements. § 117-13— Violations and penalties. § 118-1— Purpose. 118-2{1}— Definitions. § 118-3— Permit process. § 118-4— Permit criteria. § 118-5— Permit renewal criteria. § 119-2— Construction Board of Appeals. § 119-3— Fees. § 119-4— Fire limits. § 122-4— Parental responsibility. 127-1B{4}— Definitions. § 127-3— License required. § 127-4— Term of license. § 127-5— Fee. § 127-6— Hours of operation. § 127-9— Suspension or revocation of license; appeals. § 127-10— Violations and penalties. § 135-2— Permit required. § 135-3— Issuance of permits. § 135-4— Responsibilities of permit holder. § 135-5— Filming in residential zones. § 135-6— Refusal of permit; requirement for police patrol; electrician. § 135-7— Appeals to Township Council. § 135-8— Waiver of requirements by Manager. § 135-9— Involvement of Police and Fire Departments and other inspectors. § 135-12— Fees. § 137-12— Purpose. 140-5{23}— Definitions. 140-5{27}— Definitions. § 140-11— Warning and disclaimer of liability. Ch 140 Art IV— Development Permit; Local Administrator; Variances § 140-12— Development permit required; application. § 140-13— Designation of Local Administrator. § 140-14— Duties and responsibilities of Administrator. § 140-15— Variances. § 140-16— General standards. Ch 142 Art I— Health Standards and Licensing § 142-4— License required; conditions of license; fees. § 142-13— Certificates not transferable. § 142-23— License required. § 142-24— Parking. § 142-27— Exceptions. § 142-29— Suspension or revocation of license. § 142-30— Violations and penalties. § 146-2— Improper disposal prohibited. § 148-2— License required. § 148-3— Record of applications and licenses to be maintained. § 148-4— Application procedure. § 148-5— Approval; issuance of license. § 148-6— Fee. § 148-7— Term of license. § 148-8— License not transferable. § 148-10— Sale of motor vehicles prohibited. § 148-11— Maintenance of facilities. § 148-13— Suspension or revocation of license. § 148-14— Enforcement official. § 150-3— Permit required. § 150-4— Application procedure; fees. § 150-5— Reinspection fee. § 150-6— Time limits for completion of work. § 153-1— License required. § 153-2— Unlicensed use prohibited. § 153-3— Application procedure; survey. § 153-4— Grounds for denial of license. § 153-5— Fees. § 153-6— Term of license. § 153-7— Hours of operation. § 153-9— Revocation or suspension of license. § 161-1— Restrictions on use of hydrants and water system. § 161-2— Fire hose attachments required; restrictions on use. § 168-2— Throwing materials on public or private property prohibited. 169-2{3}— Definitions. § 169-3— Permits required. § 169-4— Application fees. § 169-5— Application for permit. § 169-6— Building requirements; Inspections. § 169-7— Referral of application. § 169-8— Issuance or refusal of permit. § 169-9— Operating requirements. § 169-11— Revocation or suspension of permit. § 169-13— Responsibilities of permittee. § 169-14— Display of permits and certifications. § 169-16— Inspections. § 169-17— Minors prohibited; exception. § 169-18— Alcoholic beverages prohibited. § 169-19— Unlawful acts. § 169-20— Permit specifications not to be changed. § 169-21— Transferability. § 169-22— Exceptions. § 169-24— Existing establishments. § 169-25— False statements in application deemed a violation. § 169-26— License required to practice massage. § 169-27— Violations and penalties. § 173-2— License required; fee; issuance of license. § 173-3— Grounds for refusal of license. § 173-4— Management duties. § 173-5— Sanitary facilities; inspection of premises. § 176-5— Maximum permissible sound levels. § 176-6— Table I: Maximum Permissible A-Weighted Sound Levels. § 176-7— Table II: Maximum Permissible Octave Band Sound Pressure Levels In Decibels. § 176-8— Restricted uses and activities. 184-3{2}— Definitions. § 184-4— Permit required. § 184-5— Application for permit; fee; waiver of fee. § 184-6— Time for filing application; consideration of late application. § 184-7— Criteria for permit approval. § 184-8— Time limit for approval or denial of permit by the Chief of Police. § 184-9— Alternate permit; notice of acceptance by applicant. § 184-10— Appeals. § 184-11— Information to be included on permit. § 184-12— Responsibility of permittee. § 184-13— Possession of permit required during the parade. § 188-1— Maintaining premises for gambling or animal fight prohibited. § 188-5— Use of premises by disorderly persons prohibited. § 188-12— Loitering by minors. § 188-17— Restrictions on display of merchandise. 188-18A{1}— Prohibited activities. § 188-20— Permit required. Ch 190— Peddling and Soliciting 190-1{2}— Definitions. § 190-2— Purpose. § 190-3— Nonapplicability. § 190-4— License required. § 190-5— Information and documents to be submitted with application. § 190-8— Issuance of license. § 190-9— Fees. § 190-10— Issuance of identification card; deposit. § 190-11— Term and expiration date of license. § 190-12— Licenses not transferable. § 190-13— Display of license and identification card. § 190-15— Standards of conduct. § 190-16— Surrender of license and identification card. § 190-17— Grounds for suspension or revocation of license. § 190-19— Violations and penalties. 194-1A{1}— Definitions. § 194-3— Fees. § 194-4— Time limits for commencement and completion of work. § 196-3— Prohibited conduct. § 197-3— Standards for maintenance of exterior of premises. § 197-4— Standards for maintenance of interior of premises. § 197-8— Dumpster required; removal of debris daily; permit; fee. § 197-9— Removal of dumpsters. § 197-14— Permit; fee. § 197-16— Removal of containers. § 197-18— Violations and penalties. § 198-3— Maintenance of grounds required. § 205-7— Restricted activities. § 208-8.1— Procedures; filing fee. Ch 208 Art II— Registration and Licensing; Quality-of-Life Violations § 208-16— Purpose. 208-17{2}— Definitions. § 208-18— Registration of multifamily rental properties. § 208-20— Licensure. § 208-21— Violations and penalties. § 208-22— Obligation of owner. § 208-23— Repeated quality-of-life violations. § 208-25— Resident agent; posting of license. 213-1A{1}— Definitions. § 213-3— Permit required to locate, construct or alter systems; conditions for issuance. § 213-4— Certificate of compliance required for operation. § 213-5— License to empty or clean systems required. § 213-6— Hearings on denial or revocation of permit; license or certificate of compliance. § 213-8— Fees. 217-1{7}— Definitions and word usage. 217-1{11}— Definitions and word usage. § 217-4— Permit required. § 217-5— Costs. § 217-8— Specifications for sewer materials. § 217-9— Inspection of sewer before connection; time limit. § 217-11— Compliance with other requirements. § 217-13— Interceptors. § 217-15— Permit; fee. § 217-18— Right of entry by inspectors. § 221-4— Owner responsible for abandoned carts and carts found off premises. 224-7{3}— Definitions. § 224-8— Prohibition of smoking in public places; signs. 226-1{4}— Definitions. 226-1{5}— Definitions. 226-1{6}— Definitions. 226-1{7}— Definitions. § 226-3— Permit required. § 226-4— Application procedure. § 226-5— Topographical map required for major soil permit. § 226-6— Notice of hearing for major soil permit; proof of service and publication. § 226-7— Fees. § 226-8— Processing of application. § 226-9— Cumulative amount of soil removed to be considered in determining eligibility for minor soil permit. § 226-10— Review of applications for minor soil permit; issuance. § 226-11— Review of applications for major soil permit; issuance. § 226-12— Factors in considering applications. § 226-12.1— Exceptions. § 226-13— Performance bond required for major soil permit. § 226-14— Topographical maps to be furnished as work progresses. § 226-15— Topographical map to be furnished upon completion of work. § 226-16— Cancellation and release of bond. § 226-17— Restrictions on removal of soil. § 226-18— Restrictions on excavation depth. § 228-1— Purpose; applicability; compatibility with other regulations. 228-2{6}— Definitions. 228-2{32}— Definitions. § 228-4— Stormwater management requirements for development. § 228-6— Standards for structural stormwater management measures. § 228-10— Maintenance and repair; violations and penalties. § 230-5— Permit required. § 230-6— Application procedure; contents of application. § 230-11— Execution of deed; accompanying map and maintenance bond. § 230-19— Permit required. § 230-19.1— Fees. § 230-20— Contents of application for permit. § 230-28— Permit required; emergency conditions. § 230-29— Permits restricted to person to whom issued and to location for which issued. § 230-30— Application procedure; accompanying documents; fees. § 230-31— Conditions required for issuance of permit. § 230-32— Notice to affected property owners. § 230-33— Deposit requirements and regulations. § 230-34— Performance bond requirements and regulations. § 230-35— Insurance requirements and regulations. § 230-36— Time within which work must be commenced. § 230-37— Work limited by permit; allowable extension. § 230-38— Display of permit at site. § 230-39— Additional restrictions on work on recently paved or improved streets. § 230-40— Expiration of permit; extensions. § 230-41— Revocation of permit; completion of work by Township. § 230-45— Violations and penalties. § 230-46— Prohibited acts. § 230-49— Purpose and intent. § 230-50— License required. § 230-51— Application for license. § 230-52— Application review. § 230-53— Fees. § 230-54— License terms and conditions. § 230-55— Regulations. § 230-56— Suspension and revocation of license. § 230-57— Enforcement. 234-3{5}— Definitions. § 234-5— Standards deemed minimum requirements; variations permitted. § 234-7— Preparation of sketch plat; information to be included. § 234-11— Preparation of discussion plat; information to be included. § 234-15— Preparation of final plat; information to be included. § 234-22— Performance guaranties for uncompleted work. § 234-30— Civil remedies. § 237-2— Permit required. § 237-3— Application procedure. § 237-4— Review of application; issuance of permit. § 237-5— Fees. 239-2A{1}— Definitions. § 239-4— License required. § 239-5— Fee. § 239-6— Term of license. § 239-7— Renewal procedure. § 239-8— Denial, revocation or suspension of license; appeals. Ch 242— Taxicabs Ch 242 Art I— Taxicab Licenses § 242-2— Taxicab license required. § 242-3— Conformity of vehicle required. § 242-4— Limitation on number of licenses. § 242-5— License application. § 242-6— Investigation of applicant; report. § 242-7— Approval and issuance. § 242-8— Compliance with statutory provisions on insurance and power of attorney required. § 242-9— Term of license; fee; renewal. § 242-10— Transfer of licenses prohibited. § 242-11— Substitution of vehicles. § 242-12— Suspension or revocation of license; notice; appeals. Ch 242 Art II— Taxicab Driver Permits § 242-13— Driver's permit required. § 242-14— Qualifications. § 242-15— Application procedure. § 242-16— Investigation of applicant; report. § 242-17— Consideration of application; criteria for approval; appeals. § 242-18— Issuance. § 242-19— Term of permit; fee; renewal. § 242-20— Suspension or revocation; appeals. § 242-21— Permittee limited to working for designated employer. § 242-22— Display of permit. § 242-25— Inspection of taxicab required prior to issuance of license. § 242-26— Inspections after issuance of taxicab license. § 242-27— Inspection failure. § 242-29— Issuance of rate card; display required; changes. § 242-30— Receipts to be furnished upon request. § 242-32— Service required of taxicab licensees. § 242-34— Maximum number of passengers; restrictions on passengers in front seat. § 242-35— Additional customers. § 242-42— False statements in application deemed a violation. § 242-43— Violations and penalties. 244-2{1}— Definitions. 244-2{11}— Definitions. § 244-3— Rotary list of towing contractors. § 244-4— License required; application. § 244-5— Denial, suspension or revocation of license; hearings. § 244-6— Enforcement; regulations. § 244-7— Towing and storage fee schedule. § 244-10— Insurance. § 246-4— Permit required. § 246-5— Application procedure. § 246-6— Fees. § 246-7— Standards for application review. § 246-8— Performance bond. § 246-9— Protection of existing trees. § 248-1— Establishment of fund. § 251-10.1— Restricted handicapped parking at residences. § 251-11— Truck routes established. § 251-30— Essex County Hospital parking areas. § 251-33— Handicapped parking spaces. § 259-4— Use of Township water required; restrictions on use of wells. § 259-5— Temporary service for building purposes. § 259-11— Additional charges and fees. § 259-15— Specifications for materials; maintenance of equipment; cost; repairs; opening of new service pipes. § 259-18— Specifications for new water mains. 262-1{3}— Definitions. 268-2B{12}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{16}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{17}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{20}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{24}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{54}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{55}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{73}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{103}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{108}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{109}— Word usage and definitions. § 268-3— Designation of zones. § 268-6— Compliance required. § 268-6.4— Formation of lots from existing lots containing buildings. § 268-8— Prohibited buildings, structures, and uses. § 268-9.1— Continuance permitted; conditions. § 268-10— Accessory buildings, structures, and uses. § 268-10.4— Awnings. § 268-10.5— Outdoor display of merchandise. § 268-10.6— Outdoor storage. § 268-10.8— Mechanical equipment. § 268-10.9— Home occupations. § 268-11— Steep slopes and crest lines. § 268-11.2— Crest line requirements. § 268-14— General regulations. § 268-14.1— Prohibited signs. § 268-14.2— Temporary signs. § 268-15— Permitted signs in residential zones. § 268-16— Permitted signs in nonresidential districts. § 268-17— Off-street parking requirements. § 268-17.1— Single-family residential parking standards. § 268-17.2— Nonresidential and multifamily parking standards. § 268-17.4— Required parking spaces. § 268-17.6— Sight triangles. § 268-18— R-5A One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-19— R-40 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-20— R-30 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-21— R-18 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-22— R-15 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-23— R-10 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-24— R-8 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-25— MF Multifamily Zone. § 268-26— SL/C Senior Living/Care Zone. § 268-27— O Office Building Zone. § 268-28— B Retail Shopping Zone. § 268-29— RC Restricted Commercial Zone. § 268-30— M-1 Office/Warehouse Zone. § 268-31— M-2 Office/Warehouse Zone. § 268-32— GF Government Facilities Zone. § 268-33— Procedure. § 268-34.1— Public utility uses. § 268-34.2— Wireless telecommunications antennas on existing structures. § 268-34.3— Public garages and motor vehicle service stations. § 268-34.4— Public and private schools. § 268-34.5— Hospitals and eleemosynary institutions. § 268-34.6— Houses of worship. § 268-35— Purpose. § 268-38— General standards. § 268-39— Permitted planned developments. § 268-39.1— Residential cluster developments. § 268-39.2— Planned retirement community developments. § 268-40— When required. § 268-43.1— Required documents and information for minor site plans. § 268-43.2— Required documents and information for major site plans. § 268-47.2— Performance guarantee. § 268-49— When required. § 268-52— Enforcement. § 268-53— Certificates and permits. § 268-53.1— Conditions for permit approval. § 268-58— When effective; completion of work in progress. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Lighting
§ 105-2— Declaration of public necessity. § 105-5— Determination; standards. § 116-7— Location restrictions. § 119-3— Fees. § 148-9— Outside storage of materials and outside repairs restricted; limitations on illumination. § 150-3— Permit required. § 169-10— Sanitation and safety requirements. § 197-4— Standards for maintenance of interior of premises. § 197-5— Lighting standards. § 217-10— Guarding and restoring excavations. 224-2{4}— Definitions. 224-7{4}— Definitions. § 230-21— Lights and barriers to guard construction. § 237-6— Construction materials. § 237-11— Lighting. § 242-24— Required lights. 244-2{5}— Definitions. 244-2{7}— Definitions. § 244-4— License required; application. § 244-6— Enforcement; regulations. § 246-9— Protection of existing trees. § 268-1— Purpose and intent. 268-2B{54}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{86}— Word usage and definitions. § 268-3— Designation of zones. § 268-6.5— Architectural design standards. § 268-7— Lighting and glare. § 268-10.3— Private tennis courts. § 268-10.4— Awnings. § 268-14— General regulations. § 268-14.1— Prohibited signs. § 268-17.2— Nonresidential and multifamily parking standards. § 268-17.3— Parking plazas and contiguous thoroughfare areas. § 268-25— MF Multifamily Zone. § 268-26— SL/C Senior Living/Care Zone. § 268-27— O Office Building Zone. § 268-34.1— Public utility uses. § 268-34.3— Public garages and motor vehicle service stations. § 268-37— Criteria. § 268-39.2— Planned retirement community developments. § 268-40— When required. § 268-41— Site plan approval procedure. § 268-42— Considerations. § 268-43.1— Required documents and information for minor site plans. § 268-43.2— Required documents and information for major site plans.
Lots
§ 3-21.1— Construction Agency. § 38-8— Powers. § 38-26— Fees. § 38-26.1— Initial and supplemental preapproval escrows. § 38-28— Notice requirements for hearings on development applications. 38-32.2B{2}— Development fees. 80-2{19}— Definitions. § 80-3— Affordable housing programs. § 100-5— Inspections. § 100-6— Notice to remove; service procedure. § 102-3— Amendments. § 116-3— Applications for licenses. § 116-7— Location restrictions. 140-5{19}— Definitions. 140-5{21}— Definitions. § 140-15— Variances. § 140-16— General standards. § 146-2— Improper disposal prohibited. § 153-2— Unlicensed use prohibited. § 176-8— Restricted uses and activities. 183-3B{1}— Definitions and word usage. 183-3B{4}— Definitions and word usage. 188-9{3}— Definitions. 188-18A{1}— Prohibited activities. § 196-3— Prohibited conduct. § 197-3— Standards for maintenance of exterior of premises. § 198-3— Maintenance of grounds required. § 208-18— Registration of multifamily rental properties. § 208-19— Registration of single-family rental properties. § 217-6— Separate sewer required for each building; exceptions. 221-1{4}— Definitions. 226-1{2}— Definitions. 226-1{3}— Definitions. 226-1{6}— Definitions. 226-1{7}— Definitions. § 226-3— Permit required. § 226-5— Topographical map required for major soil permit. § 226-9— Cumulative amount of soil removed to be considered in determining eligibility for minor soil permit. § 226-12— Factors in considering applications. § 226-15— Topographical map to be furnished upon completion of work. § 226-17— Restrictions on removal of soil. § 226-19— Restrictions on storage and replacement of soil. § 228-1— Purpose; applicability; compatibility with other regulations. 228-2{7}— Definitions. 228-2{24}— Definitions. 228-2{32}— Definitions. § 228-4— Stormwater management requirements for development. § 228-6— Standards for structural stormwater management measures. § 228-10— Maintenance and repair; violations and penalties. 234-3{5}— Definitions. 234-3{8}— Definitions. 234-3{16}— Definitions. § 234-7— Preparation of sketch plat; information to be included. § 234-8— Action with respect to a minor subdivision. § 234-11— Preparation of discussion plat; information to be included. § 234-13— Conclusions and recommendations; effect of approval. § 234-14— Submission of application for final approval; fee; approval procedure. § 234-15— Preparation of final plat; information to be included. § 234-25— Street specifications. § 234-26— Block specifications. § 234-27— Lot specifications. § 234-29— Violations and penalties. 244-2{12}— Definitions. § 246-5— Application procedure. § 246-7— Standards for application review. § 251-30— Essex County Hospital parking areas. § 251-31— Cedar Grove municipal properties. § 251-32— Board of Education properties. § 251-33— Handicapped parking spaces. Ch 251 Art XIV— Applicability of Subtitle One of Title 39 to Semipublic and Private Roads, Streets, Driveways and Parking Lots § 251-54— Reservoir Ridge Condominiums. § 265-1— Legislative findings; uncovered wells, cisterns, holes and other excavations declared a nuisance. § 265-2— Notice of violation; time to remedy. Ch 268— Zoning § 268-2— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{1}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{15}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{22}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{25}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{37}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{50}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{51}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{52}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{56}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{57}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{58}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{59}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{60}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{61}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{62}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{63}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{68}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{75}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{76}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{77}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{95}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{105}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{106}— Word usage and definitions. 268-2B{107}— Word usage and definitions. § 268-3— Designation of zones. § 268-4.1— Interpretation of boundaries. § 268-6— Compliance required. § 268-6.1— Frontage on public streets required. § 268-6.2— Special provisions for corner lots. § 268-6.3— Special provisions for infill development and redevelopment. § 268-6.4— Formation of lots from existing lots containing buildings. § 268-7— Lighting and glare. § 268-8— Prohibited buildings, structures, and uses. § 268-10— Accessory buildings, structures, and uses. § 268-10.1— Fences and walls. § 268-10.2— Private swimming pools in residential zones. § 268-10.4— Awnings. § 268-11.1— Steep slope requirements. § 268-11.2— Crest line requirements. § 268-12— Special modifications and exceptions. § 268-14.2— Temporary signs. § 268-16— Permitted signs in nonresidential districts. § 268-17— Off-street parking requirements. § 268-17.1— Single-family residential parking standards. § 268-17.2— Nonresidential and multifamily parking standards. § 268-17.4— Required parking spaces. § 268-17.5— Off-street loading. § 268-18— R-5A One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-19— R-40 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-20— R-30 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-21— R-18 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-22— R-15 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-23— R-10 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-24— R-8 One-Family Residential Zone. § 268-25— MF Multifamily Zone. § 268-26— SL/C Senior Living/Care Zone. § 268-27— O Office Building Zone. § 268-28— B Retail Shopping Zone. § 268-29— RC Restricted Commercial Zone. § 268-30— M-1 Office/Warehouse Zone. § 268-31— M-2 Office/Warehouse Zone. § 268-32— GF Government Facilities Zone. § 268-34.2— Wireless telecommunications antennas on existing structures. § 268-34.3— Public garages and motor vehicle service stations. § 268-34.4— Public and private schools. § 268-34.5— Hospitals and eleemosynary institutions. § 268-34.6— Houses of worship. § 268-36— Procedure. § 268-39.1— Residential cluster developments. § 268-39.2— Planned retirement community developments. § 268-40— When required. § 268-43.1— Required documents and information for minor site plans. § 268-43.2— Required documents and information for major site plans. § 268-44— Effect of preliminary approval. § 268-51— Required documents and information.