Chapter 15.08
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15.08.005: INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODES; ADOPTION; AMENDMENTS AND DELETIONS:
15.08.010: PERMIT; REQUIRED:
15.08.020: PERMIT; APPLICATION; CONTENTS:
15.08.025: PERMIT; VALIDITY:
15.08.030: PERMIT; APPLICATION; PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS; REQUIRED:
15.08.040: PERMIT; APPLICATION; PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS; PREPARATION AND EXCEPTIONS:
15.08.050: PERMIT; PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS; DRAWINGS:
15.08.055: PERMIT; SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION:
15.08.060: SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING AND DUPLEX (REP. BY ORD. 3096 §15, 2003):
15.08.070: PERMIT; LAYOUT PLAN OF PARKING SPACES:
15.08.075: REQUIREMENT FOR CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY:
15.08.080: MOVING BUILDINGS; PERMIT; REQUIRED:
15.08.090: MOVING BUILDINGS; PERMIT; APPLICATION CONTENTS:
15.08.100: MOVING BUILDINGS; BOND AND INSURANCE REQUIRED:
15.08.110: MOVING BUILDINGS; NOTICE TO UTILITIES:
15.08.120: MOVING BUILDINGS; DUTY OF UTILITIES:
15.08.130: MOVING BUILDINGS; DUTY OF POLICE:
15.08.140: MOVING BUILDINGS; PERMIT AND INSPECTION FEES:
15.08.150: COMMERCIAL COACHES AND MOBILE HOMES:

15.08.005: INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODES; ADOPTION; AMENDMENTS AND DELETIONS:linklink


A. In order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public and to prescribe regulations governing building and other construction, the City Council hereby adopts the following codes promulgated by the International Code Council except such chapters, portions or sections as are deleted, modified, amended or added as set forth herein:

1. The 2015 International Building Code (IBC), prepared by the International Code Council, Inc., as adopted by the State of Idaho through the Idaho Building Code Board, together with any amendments or revisions to the IBC made by the Idaho Building Code Board through the negotiated rulemaking process, is adopted with the following exceptions or amendments:

a. Section 103.2 is not adopted.

b. Section 103.3 is not adopted.

c. Section 107.1 is amended to read as follows:

107.1 General. Submittal documents consisting of construction documents, statement of special inspections, geotechnical report, structural observation programs and other data shall be submitted in one (1) paper set and one (1) PDF of the plan set on a CD for each application for a permit. The architectural construction documents shall be prepared by an architect licensed to practice by the state of Idaho. The building official shall have the option to stipulate that an Idaho licensed architect may submit construction documents that are proven to strictly adhere to the IBC provisions of section 2308; Conventional Light-Frame Construction. The building official shall have the option to stipulate that an Idaho licensed engineer in the appropriate engineering discipline (structural, mechanical, electrical, civil, geotectonic, acoustical, etc.) of his or her expertise may submit supplemental construction documents supportive and complementary to the architect's construction documents.

Where special conditions exist, the building official may authorize a registered professional engineer acting within the discipline of his or her expertise and at the stipulation of the building official acting jointly or in association with a licensed architect to prepare construction documents and require site construction observation for buildings or shelters not intended, designed or constructed for human habitation or occupancy.

Exception: The building official is authorized to waive the submission of construction documents and other data not required to be prepared by a registered design professional of any architectural or engineering service in the erection, enlargement, alteration or repair of any building where such building to be or is used as a single family residence not exceeding three (3) stories in height and multiple height and multiple family residence of three adjoining dwelling units not exceeding three (3) stories in height. Or as a farm building or for the purpose of out buildings or auxiliary building in connection with such residence or farm premises or if it is found that the nature of the work applied for is such that reviewing of construction documents is not necessary to obtain compliance with this code.

Those individuals who furnish only interior design or decoration or space planning or space design services within existing structures which do not involve the construction or adherence to requirements of the international building code (IBC) including the Americans with disabilities act (ADA), American national standard accessible and usable building and facilities ICC/ANSI-A117 will not be required to be a registered design professional. This exemption only allows the use of moveable partitions, rails, counters, cabinets, space dividers, furniture and similar types of equipment which do not exceed a height of five feet, nine inches above floor in the execution of the plans or design of a particular space or the creation of exits corridors, stairways and disturbances of existing structural components as defined by the IBC.

d. Section 107.3.4 is amended to read as follows:

107.3.4.1 General. When it is required that documents be prepared by a registered architect, the building official shall be authorized to require that the owner engage and designate on the building permit application a registered architect who shall act as the registered design professional in responsible charge. If the circumstances require, the owner shall designate a substitute registered architect or professional engineer in responsible charge who shall perform the duties required by the building official. The building official shall be notified in writing by the owner or the architect of record if the person who is in responsible charge is changed or is unable to continue to perform the required duties.

e. Section 406.3.4 Separation. Replace section 1 with the following:

The private garage shall be separated from the dwelling unit and its attic area, including supporting members with materials approved for one-hour fire-resistive construction on the garage side and a self-closing, tight-fitting solid-wood door 13/8 inches in thickness, or a self-closing, tight-fitting 20-minute fire-rated door, or solid or honeycomb steel doors not less than 13/8 inches (34.9 mm) thick, or doors in compliance with section 716.5.1 and 716.5.3.1. Openings from a private garage directly into a room used for sleeping purposes shall not be permitted.

f. Table 1020.1 Corridor Fire-Resistance Rating. For an R occupancy, replace "0.5" hour required fire-resistance rating with a sprinkler system with "1" hour.

g. Section 1809.5 Frost Protection. Delete method 1 and replace with the following:

1. Extending below the frost line of the locality, with a minimum twenty-four (24) inches from ground surface to the bottom of a footing.

h. Add a new section 1905.1.9 Minimum Reinforcement as follows:

All continuous footings will require a minimum two (2) continuous horizontal reinforcing bars. Footings supporting columns and piers shall contain no less than two (2) #4 rebar installed each way, not to exceed twelve (12) inches maximum spacing.

Minimum reinforcement for foundation walls (unless closer spacing is specified by design or engineering specifications) which do not exceed four (4) feet in height shall be four (4) feet on center for vertical reinforcement and two (2) feet on center for horizontal reinforcement. One (1) continuous row of horizontal #4 rebar shall be located between three (3) inches and six (6) inches of top and bottom of wall.

Foundation walls over four (4) feet in height (unless closer spacing is specified by design or engineering specification) shall be eighteen (18) inches minimum on center for horizontal and vertical reinforcement. Reinforcing bars shall be a minimum size of #4 and may be a minimum grade forty (40). One continuous row of horizontal #4 rebar shall be located between three (3) inches and six (6) inches of top and bottom of wall. No less than two (2) #4 rebar shall be installed around door, window, and similar sized openings.

i. Section 2308.2.3. Delete exceptions 2 and 3.

2. The 2012 International Residential Code (IRC), prepared by the International Code Council, Inc., as adopted by the State of Idaho through the Idaho Building Code Board, together with any amendments or revisions to the IRC made by the Idaho Building Code Board through the negotiated rulemaking process, is adopted with the following exceptions or amendments:

Section R101.2. Delete the exception and add the following sentence to the end of the section:

Detached one-and-two-family dwellings and townhouses will be classified as an R-3 occupancy. All garages, shops, and accessory structures will be classified as a U occupancy.

Section R103.2 is not adopted.

Section R103.3 is not adopted.

Section R104.10.1. Delete entire section.

Section R106.1 is amended to read as follows:

R106.1 General. Submittal documents consisting of construction documents, statement of special inspections, geotechnical report, structural observation programs and other data shall be submitted in one (1) paper set and one (1) PDF of the plan set on a CD for each application for a permit. The architectural construction documents shall be prepared by an architect licensed to practice by the state of Idaho. The building official shall have the option to stipulate that an Idaho licensed engineer in the appropriate engineering discipline (structural, mechanical, electrical, civil, geotectonic, acoustical, etc.) of his or her expertise may submit supplemental construction documents supportive and complementary to the architect's construction documents.

Where special conditions exist, the building official may authorize a registered professional engineer acting within the discipline of his or her expertise and at the stipulation of the building official acting jointly or in association with a licensed architect to prepare construction documents and require site construction observation for buildings or shelters not intended, designed or constructed for human habitation or occupancy.

Exception: The building official is authorized to waive the submission of construction documents and other data not required to be prepared by a registered design professional of any architectural or engineering service in the erection, enlargement, alteration or repair of any building where such building to be or is used as a single family residence not exceeding three (3) stories in height and multiple height and multiple family residence of three adjoining dwelling units not exceeding three (3) stories in height. Or as a farm building or for the purpose of out buildings or auxiliary building in connection with such residence or farm premises or if it is found that the nature of the work applied for is such that reviewing of construction documents is not necessary to obtain compliance with this code.

Those individuals who furnish only interior design or decoration or space planning or space design services within existing structures which do not involve the construction or adherence to requirements of the international residential code (IRC) including the Americans with disabilities act (ADA) American national standard accessible and usable building and facilities ICC/ANSI-A117 will not be required to be a registered design professional. This exemption only allows the use of moveable partitions, rails, counters, cabinets, space dividers, furniture and similar types of equipment which do not exceed a height of five feet, nine inches above floor in the execution of the plans or design of a particular space or the creation of exits corridors, stairways and disturbances of existing structural components as defined by the IRC.

Section R106.1.3. Delete entire section.

Section R109.1.3. Delete entire section.

Section R301.2.3 Snow Loads. Delete section and replace with the following:

Wood framed construction, cold-formed steel framed construction and masonry and concrete construction in regions with ground snow loads 70 psf (3.35 kN/m2) or less, shall be in accordance with chapters 5, 6 and 8. Buildings in regions with ground snow loads greater than 70 psf (3.35 kN/m2) shall be designed in accordance with accepted engineering practice. The minimum roof design snow load shall be forty (40) pounds per square foot. A ground snow load of sixty (60) pounds per square foot shall be used for roof drifting snow load design. No manufactured home, commercial coach or modular building shall be placed that has not been constructed to withstand a minimum forty (40) pound per square foot roof load, or the owner has provided for a separate roof cover that is constructed to provide the required roof load, except that manufactured homes that are already installed in a location within the city limits at the time of the passage of this section may remain without having to meet the minimum roof load set forth herein. Any manufactured home allowed to remain under this section may be moved to a different location within the city limits without having to meet the forty (40) pound roof load providing that it meets all zoning requirements contained in title 17 of the city code.

Section R302.2 Townhouses. Delete the exception and replace with the following:

Exception: A two (2) 1-hour fire-resistance rated wall assembly or a common 2-hour fire-resistance rated wall assembly tested in accordance with ASTM E 119 or UL 263 is permitted for townhouses. If two (2) 1-hour walls are used, plumbing and electrical installations within the wall cavity shall conform with fire-resistance penetration requirements in accordance with section R302.4 through R302.4.2 for each of the two (2) 1-hour rated walls. The 2-hour fire-resistance rated common wall shall not contain plumbing or mechanical equipment, ducts or vents within its wall cavity. The wall shall be rated for fire exposure from both sides and shall extend to and be tight against the exterior walls and the underside of the roof sheathing. Penetrations of electrical outlet boxes shall be in accordance with section R302.4.

Section R302.3 Two-Family Dwellings. Delete exception 1.

Section R302.6 Separation Required. Delete section and replace with the following:

The private garage shall be separated from the dwelling unit or any conditioned space, including attic areas and supporting members with no less than one (1) layer of 5/8" type `X' gypsum wallboard or equivalent on the garage side. The garage side of a roof/ceiling assembly, floor/ceiling assembly, and steel supporting members shall be protected with not less than two (2) layers of 5/8" type `X' gypsum wallboard or equivalent. If a common door is provided, it shall be a self-closing, tight-fitting solid-wood door 13/8 inches in thickness, or a self-closing, tight-fitting 20-minute fire-rated door, or solid or honeycomb steel doors not less than 13/8 inches (34.9 mm) thick.

Openings from a private garage directly into a room used for sleeping purposes shall not be permitted.

Garages, including the attic space, located less than 3 feet from a dwelling unit on the same lot shall be protected with not less than one (1) layer of 5/8" type `X' gypsum wallboard or equivalent on the garage side.

Section R302.5.3. Delete section and replace with the following:

Penetrations through the separation required in section R302.6 shall be protected with approved materials to resist the passage of flame and products of combustion. The materials filling the penetration annular space shall meet the requirements of ASTM E 814 or UL 1479.

Section R302.7 Under Stair Protection. Delete section and replace with the following:

Enclosed accessible space under stairs shall have walls, under stair surface and any soffits protected on the enclosed side with 5/8-inch type X gypsum board.

Section R313.1 Townhouse Automatic Fire Sprinkler Systems. Delete the exception and replace with the following:

Exception: Automatic residential fire sprinkler systems shall not be required in townhouses where either two (2) 1-hour fire-resistance rated walls or a common 2-hour fire-resistance rated wall is installed between dwelling units or when additions or alterations are made to existing townhouses that do not have an automatic residential fire sprinkler system installed.

Section R322 Flood-Resistant Construction is deleted.

Section R403.1.4.1 Frost Protection. Delete method 1 and replace with the following:

1. Extending below the frost line specified in table R301.2(1); with a minimum twenty-four (24) inches from ground surface to the bottom of a footing.

Delete tables R404.1.1(1), R404.1.1(2), and R404.1.1(3).

Section R404.1.2 Concrete Foundation Walls. Delete section and replace with the following:

All continuous footings will require a minimum two (2) continuous horizontal reinforcing bars. Footings supporting columns and piers shall contain no less than two (2) #4 rebar installed each way, not to exceed twelve (12) inches maximum spacing.

Minimum reinforcement for foundation walls (unless closer spacing is specified by design or engineering specifications) which do not exceed four (4) feet in height shall be four (4) feet on center for vertical reinforcement and two (2) feet on center for horizontal reinforcement. One continuous row of horizontal #4 rebar shall be located between three (3) inches and six (6) inches of top and bottom of wall.

Foundation walls over four (4) feet in height (unless closer spacing is specified by design or engineering specification) shall be eighteen (18) inches minimum on center for horizontal and vertical reinforcement. Reinforcing bars shall be a minimum size of #4 and may be a minimum grade forty (40). One (1) continuous row of horizontal #4 rebar shall be located between three (3) inches and six (6) inches of top and bottom of wall. No less than two (2) #4 rebar shall be installed around door, window, and similar sized openings.

Section G2406.2. Delete items 3 and 4.

Section G2445 is not adopted.

Part VII. Plumbing and part VIII. Electrical are not adopted.

Appendices are not adopted except for:

Appendix G as it applies to swimming pools only; and

Appendix K Sound Transmission with the STC rating of 45 in sections AK102.1 and AK103 amended to: 50 (45 if field tested).

3. The 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), commercial provisions, prepared by the International Code Council, Inc., together with any amendments or revisions to the IECC made by the Idaho Building Code Board through the negotiated rulemaking process, is adopted and shall be the Energy Conservation Code of the Municipality for commercial purposes.

The 2012 edition of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), residential provisions, prepared by the International Code Council, Inc., together with any amendments or revisions to the IECC made by the Idaho Building Code Board through the negotiated rulemaking process, is adopted and shall be the Energy Conservation Code of the Municipality for residential purposes.

4. The 2012 International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC), prepared by the International Code Council, Inc., is adopted and shall be the Fuel Gas Code of the Municipality with the following amendments or exemptions:

Section 103.2 is not adopted.

Section 103.3 is not adopted.

Section 303.3 Prohibited Locations. Delete items 3 and 4.

Section 621.4 Prohibited Locations. Add group R to the prohibited locations that includes groups A, E, I.

5. The 2012 International Mechanical Code (IMC), prepared by the International Code Council, Inc., is adopted and shall be the Mechanical Code of the Municipality with the following amendments or exemptions:

Section 103.2 is not adopted.

Section 103.3 is not adopted.

6. The 2015 International Existing Building Code (IEBC), prepared by the International Code Council, Inc., is adopted and shall be the Existing Building Code of the Municipality with the following amendments or exemptions:

a. Section 103.2 is not adopted.

b. Section 103.3 is not adopted.


B. The City Council is hereby authorized to promulgate and prescribe building and other permit fees established by the codes adopted in this chapter by resolution. (Ord. 3596, 2017)

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15.08.010: PERMIT; REQUIRED:linklink

No person, firm or corporation shall install, place, set, erect, construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, improve, remove, convert or demolish any building or structure in the City, or cause the same to be done without first obtaining a separate building development permit or other required permit for each such building or structure from the authority having jurisdiction. (Ord. 2592 §5, 1994: prior code §4-1-1A(A))
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15.08.020: PERMIT; APPLICATION; CONTENTS:linklink

To obtain a permit the applicant shall first file an application therefor in writing on a form furnished for that purpose. Every such application shall:


A. Identify and describe the work to be covered by the permit for which application is made;


B. Describe the land on which the proposed work is to be done, by lot, block, tract and house and street address, or similar description that will readily identify and definitely locate the proposed building or work;


C. Indicate the use or occupancy for which the proposed work is intended;


D. Be accompanied by plans and specifications as required in section 15.08.040 of this chapter;


E. State the valuation of the proposed work;


F. Be signed by the owner of the real property upon which the new building or structure or alteration to an existing building is being made;


G. Provide the contractor's registration number issued by the State of Idaho as required by Idaho Code title 54, chapter 52 or provide documentation, acceptable to the building official, that the person applying for the permit is exempt from the registration requirements pursuant to Idaho Code 54-5205;


H. Give such other information as reasonably may be required by the building official. (Ord. 3244 §1, 2006: Ord. 2607 §2, 1994: prior code §4-1-1A(B))

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15.08.025: PERMIT; VALIDITY:linklink

The issuance or granting of a permit shall not be construed to be a permit for, or an approval of, any violation of any of the provisions of the currently adopted Building Code or of any other City ordinance. Permits presuming to give authority to violate or cancel any provision of the currently adopted Building Code or any other City ordinance shall not be valid. The issuance of a permit based on construction documents and other data shall not prevent the building official from requiring the correction of errors in the construction documents and other data. The building official is further authorized to prevent building operations being carried on when in violation of the currently adopted Building Code or of any other City ordinance. (Ord. 3175 §1, 2004)
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15.08.030: PERMIT; APPLICATION; PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS; REQUIRED:linklink


A. Unless otherwise approved by the building official, all applications for building permits shall require one set of drawings, specifications and PDF (portable document format) versions of all submittal materials.


B. All documents shall be stamped/signed/dated by an Idaho licensed design professional.

1. The building official is authorized to waive this requirement where the building to be erected, enlarged, repaired or altered is or will be used as:

a. A single-family residence not exceeding two (2) stories in height; or

b. A multiple-family residence of not more than three (3) attached dwelling units not exceeding two (2) stories in height; or

c. A farm building; or

d. An auxiliary building in connection with a residence or farm building meeting this exception; or

e. Any other structure where the building official determines, based on the nature of the work applied for, that reviewing construction documents is not necessary to ensure compliance with any adopted Code governing development, construction or zoning. (Ord. 3325 §5, 2007, eff. 1-1-2008: Ord. 3201 §2, 2005: Ord. 2438 §3, 1992: prior code §4-1-1A(C))

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15.08.040: PERMIT; APPLICATION; PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS; PREPARATION AND EXCEPTIONS:linklink

The building official shall require plans and specifications to be prepared and designed by an engineer or architect licensed by the State to practice as such, as provided in Idaho Code section 54-309. Except when required by the building official, plans and specifications stamped by a State licensed architect or engineer need not be submitted for Group U occupancies and Group R, division 3 occupancies. (Ord. 3201 §3, 2005: Ord. 2438 §4, 1992: Ord. 2241 §1, 1989: prior code §4-1-1A(D))
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15.08.050: PERMIT; PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS; DRAWINGS:linklink


A. Plans and specifications shall be drawn to scale upon substantial paper or cloth and shall be of sufficient clarity to indicate the nature and extent of the work proposed and show in detail that it will conform to the provisions and regulations. The first sheet of each set of plans shall give the house and street address of the work and the name and address of the owner and person who prepared them. Plans shall include a plot plan showing building on the property in lieu of detailed specifications, to a specific section or part of this Code or other ordinances or laws. Plans and specifications for mobile/manufactured homes and buildings shall be provided according to subsection C of this section.


B. Computations, stress diagrams and other data sufficient to show the correctness of the plans shall be submitted when required by the building official.


C. The City may require that applications for mobile/manufactured homes and buildings include plans and specifications which show the footings and foundation to be in conformance with the manufacturer's specifications or within the provisions of Idaho Code title 44, chapter 22. The application shall also be accompanied by a site plan in accordance with chapters 17.05 and 17.07 of this code. All mobile/manufactured homes and buildings must be installed in accordance with all other applicable state laws pertaining to utility connection requirements. (Ord. 2592 §6, 1994: prior code §4-1-1A(F))

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15.08.055: PERMIT; SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION:linklink

The building official or his or her designee is authorized to issue a stop work order whenever the building official or his or her designee finds any work regulated by the currently adopted building code being performed in a manner contrary to the provisions of the currently adopted building code, or any other city ordinance, or in a dangerous, unsafe or unsanitary manner. (Ord. 3175 §2, 2004)
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15.08.060: SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING AND DUPLEX:linklink

(Rep. by Ord. 3096 §15, 2003: Ord. 2136 §1, 1988)
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15.08.070: PERMIT; LAYOUT PLAN OF PARKING SPACES:linklink

Prior to the issuance of a permit for any commercial, industrial, public or semipublic building or use, a plan showing the proposed and existing building or buildings and the layout, dimension and number of parking spaces shall be submitted to and approved by the city engineer. (Ord. 1377 §1, 1974: prior code §4-1-1A(G))
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15.08.075: REQUIREMENT FOR CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY:linklink

In addition to any other requirements concerning the issuance of a temporary occupancy certificate under the currently adopted building codes, no temporary certificate of occupancy shall be issued until the owner enters into an agreement with the city for the completion of all required improvements including, but not limited to, required landscaping. The agreement shall provide that all such required improvements will be completed within one year of the issuance of the temporary certificate of occupancy, and that the owner or his agent shall secure the agreement by a performance bond, cash, irrevocable letter of credit, certificate of deposit, funds set aside by trust account of a lender, owner, title company, any of which must be in a form acceptable to the city attorney. The above security shall be for one hundred fifty percent (150%) of the estimated costs of such improvements, as determined by the city, and shall have a term of six (6) months beyond the termination date of the agreement. (Ord. 3096 §16, 2003: Ord. 2764 §1, 1996: Ord. 2139 §1, 1988)
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15.08.080: MOVING BUILDINGS; PERMIT; REQUIRED:linklink

It is unlawful for any person to move any building along, over or through any public place within the corporate limits of the municipality without first having applied to and obtained from the building inspector a permit to do so and without thereafter complying with all of the provisions of the permit and this chapter. (prior code §4-1-2)
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15.08.090: MOVING BUILDINGS; PERMIT; APPLICATION CONTENTS:linklink

In order to obtain a permit, the applicant therefor shall file with the building inspector an application in writing. The application shall contain an accurate statement of the kind and character of building proposed to be moved; its dimensions; the materials out of which it is constructed; the legal description of the premises upon which it is to be moved; a description of the route over which it is proposed to move the same; and a description of the means to be employed in moving such building. (prior code §4-1-3).
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15.08.100: MOVING BUILDINGS; BOND AND INSURANCE REQUIRED:linklink

Before a moving permit is granted, the applicant shall deliver to the municipality:


A. A two thousand dollar ($2,000.00) cash or surety bond conditioned on the payment to the municipality for any loss or damage to municipal property it may sustain arising out of or incident to the moving of any building by the applicant.


B. Proof that the applicant has in force during the moving of buildings a policy of liability insurance with the city of Coeur d'Alene as a named insured insuring against liability for loss to persons and property resulting from the moving of buildings with a minimum combined limit of at least five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00) and in no event less than the amount of coverage required by section 6-924 of the Idaho Code. (Ord. 1873 §1, 1984: prior code §4-1-4)

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15.08.110: MOVING BUILDINGS; NOTICE TO UTILITIES:linklink

Whenever any person has secured a moving permit under the provisions of this chapter, he shall give to all public service corporations owning or operating public utilities along or across any of the streets included in the permit written notice of the time when the work of moving is to be commenced. The notice shall be in writing and shall be served at least twenty four (24) hours before the proposed time of commencing the moving. (prior code §4-1-5)
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15.08.120: MOVING BUILDINGS; DUTY OF UTILITIES:linklink

Upon receipt of the notice it shall be the duty of such public service corporation to move, raise or otherwise dispose of its wires or other instrumentalities in such time and manner as will not cause delay to the holder of the permit, all of which shall be done at the expense of the applicant. (prior code §4-1-6)
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15.08.130: MOVING BUILDINGS; DUTY OF POLICE:linklink

Before any building is moved over or on any public street, the police division shall be notified and they shall direct the moving at a time and route designated by them. (prior code §4-1-7)
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15.08.140: MOVING BUILDINGS; PERMIT AND INSPECTION FEES:linklink


A. There shall be a fee charged for the inspections by the building inspector of all buildings to be moved along, over or through any public place within the corporate limits of the municipality, and the site on which it is to be placed. This inspection fee shall not be applicable for buildings which are to be moved outside the corporate limits of the municipality.


B. The foregoing fees shall be paid to the city treasurer in advance of the inspection. A moving permit fee shall be paid to the treasurer in an amount as set by resolution of the city council for the moving of any building along, over or through any public place within the corporate limits of the municipality. (Ord. 3096 §17, 2003: Ord. 2438 §5, 1992: Ord. 2235 §1, 1989: prior code §4-1-9)

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15.08.150: COMMERCIAL COACHES AND MOBILE HOMES:linklink


A. No commercial coach or mobile home shall be allowed for use within the city unless inspected and approved under the provisions of Idaho Code 39-4110 or title 39, chapter 40, or title 44, chapter 22. Such approved commercial coaches and mobile homes shall be allowed for use only in M-H mobile home districts as zoned under title 17 of this code or mobile home parks as provided by chapter 5.36 of this code, with the following exceptions: The city council, by special permit, may allow the use of such approved commercial coaches and mobile homes, for a limited period, for commercial purposes during the time reasonably necessary for the construction of a permanent structure for such commercial purposes. Such commercial coaches or mobile homes shall be used only on the site of the commercial construction or immediately adjacent thereto.


B. Such special permit may be granted up to one year before a building permit for the permanent structure is issued. Such permit shall be granted only for the length of time deemed reasonably necessary by the city council for completion and occupancy of the permanent structure. Should the permittee fail to diligently proceed with obtaining the building permit or construction of the permanent structure, the permit shall be revoked by the city council.


C. Should it appear that, through no fault of the permittee, construction, though diligently pursued, will require more time than originally granted by the permit, the city council may grant additional permits as deemed reasonable and necessary.


D. Such temporary permits shall not be granted by the city council where construction of the permanent structure will require more than twelve (12) months. (Ord. 2592 §7, 1994: Ord. 2522 §1, 1993: Ord. 1544 §1, 1978)

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