"SAN LUS DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT TO INITIATE “BUILDING SAFE” PROGRAM"
San Luis, Arizona –The City Of San Luis Development Department Building Safety Division Will Initiate "Building Safe" Program July Of 2012.
By means of this announcement, The Department of Development Services, Building Safety Division, will initiate the program “Building Safe” which will start in the month of July 2012.
“Building Safe” is a program to regularize the construction that has not been finished, that is in bad shape or unsafe condition, or has not obtained a Building Permit.
The program of “Building Safe” in collaboration with the City of San Luis Code Enforcement Officer (Police Department) will issue citations to the persons who are violating the City code (including Zoning Ordinance or Building Codes).
- Construction without a Building Permit is a violation of the 2003 International Residential Code (IRC 2003, Section 105.3) and the 2003 International Building Code (IBC 2003, Section105.3).
-All contractors must comply with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors and have the appropriate licenses to work on construction projects. These regulations include landscaping businesses and handy-man businesses.
- Walls and fences over the allowed height stated in the Zoning Ordinance.
- To establish a business in areas not appropriately zoned or without a City Business License is prohibited. Certain businesses are allowed as a “Home Occupation” but you should check with the Department of Development Services for specific details.
Violations will be issued citations in accordance with the law of our municipality.
Please contact the Department of Development Services for additional details. If you wish to make an appointment with a staff member to discuss your specific situation, call 928-341-8565 and we will assist you.
Our goal is to assist the residents of San Luis with all forms of construction. In addition, we wish to encourage and assist businesses in complying with State and local regulations.
Please direct all current and future media inquiries to Karin Meza at (928) 920-5332 or email@example.com
City of San Luis AZ
Jun. 28th, 2012