A.   No building may be occupied, including in part, unless or until a certificate of occupancy has been issued by the building official. The building official shall, after an application therefore has been filed by the owner or the owner's agent, issue a certificate of occupancy for such building if, after inspection of the work authorized by applicable permits, it is found that such building substantially complies with the provisions of this title and all other requirements of the enforced codes applicable thereto.
   B.   The certificate of occupancy must show:
      1.   Building permit number;
      2.   Address of the building;
      3.   Name and address of the owner;
      4.   Description of that portion of the building for which the certificate is being issued;
      5.   Statement that the described portion of the building has been inspected for substantial compliance with the applicable enforced code for the group, division, and use for which the occupancy is certified;
      6.   The name of the building official;
      7.   The edition of the enforced code under which the permit was issued;
      8.   The type of construction;
      9.   The design occupant load;
      10.   The existence of an automatic sprinkler system and whether it was required; and
      11.   Any special requirements and conditions associated with the building permit.
   C.   The issued certificate of occupancy is not a certification or guarantee of total compliance with the applicable effective codes.
   D.   A temporary certificate of occupancy may be issued by the building official for the temporary use of a portion of a building prior to the completion and occupancy of the entire building. (Ord. 3280, 2-24-2020)