A.   Certificate Required: No building permit for any construction, alteration or moving shall be issued unless such building permit is for the purpose of securing a certificate of occupancy for such existing or contemplated structure.
   B.   Application For Certificate; Issuance: The application for a certificate of occupancy shall accompany the application for a building permit, and such certificate shall be issued within ten (10) days after the building official shall have found the building, structure, site plan and use satisfactory. Until such certificate is issued, the property or addition shall not be occupied for intended use. In all districts, when applying for a certificate for a new structure, the enlarging of a structure or a new or enlarged use of a lot, the application shall be accompanied by a site plan, drawn to a scale with dimensions indicating the location of off street parking and loading spaces in compliance with this title and other data as required.
   C.   Nonconforming Use; Issuance Of Certificate: A record of each nonconforming use in existence on the effective date of this title 1 shall be made and maintained by the director of community development, and a certificate of occupancy issued by the building official. (1971 Code § 28-17; amd. 2000 Code)



1. The ordinance from which this title is derived was passed October 27, 1976, and became effective as provided by law.