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(Amended by Ord. No. 182,850, Eff. 1/3/14.)
   1   Administration
   2   Definitions and Abbreviations
   3   Use or Occupancy
   4   Special Use and Occupancy
   5   General Building Heights and Areas
   6   Types of Construction
   7   Fire-resistant Materials and Construction
   8   Interior Finishes
   9   Fire-protection Systems
   10   Means of Egress
   11   Accessibility
   12   Interior Environment
   13   Energy Conservation
   14   Exterior Wall Coverings
   15   Roofs and Roof Structures
   16   Structural Design
   17   Structural Tests and Special Inspections
   18   Soils and Foundations
   19   Concrete
   20   Aluminum
   21   Masonry
   22   Steel
   23   Wood
   24   Glass and Glazing
   25   Gypsum Board and Plaster
   26   Plastic
   27   Electrical Systems
   28   Mechanical Systems
   29   Plumbing Systems
   30   Elevators and Conveying Systems
   31   Special Construction
   32   Encroachments into the Public Right-of-Way
   33   Safeguards During Construction
   35   Referenced Standards
   61   Special Hazard Areas
   62   Signs
   63   Additional Provisions for Specific Uses
   67   Security Provisions
   70   Grading, Excavations and Fills
   71   Methane Seepage Regulations
   72   Fire District Regulations
   81   Existing Buildings and Structures – General Requirements
   82   Change of Occupancy, Use and Rating Classification
   83   Relocation Permit
   85   Alternative Building Standards for Joint Living and Work Quarters
   86   Special Provisions for Existing Buildings
   88   Earthquake Hazard Reduction in Existing Buildings
   89   Abatement of Buildings, Structures, Premises and Portions Thereof Which Constitute a Nuisance or Are Hazardous, or Substandard
   90   Nuisance Abatement and Discontinuance of Land Use and Discretionary Zoning Approvals; Relocation Assistance; Enforcement
   91   Earthquake Hazard Reduction in Existing Tilt-up Concrete Wall Buildings
   92   Voluntary – Earthquake Hazard Reduction in Existing Wood Frame Residential Buildings with Weak Cripple Walls and Unbolted Sill Plates
   93   Mandatory Earthquake Hazard Reduction in Existing Wood-Frame Buildings with Soft, Weak or Open-Front Walls
   94   Voluntary – Earthquake Hazard Reduction in Existing Hillside Buildings
   95   Mandatory Earthquake Hazard Reduction in Existing Non-Ductile Concrete Buildings
   96   Voluntary – Earthquake Hazard Reduction in Existing Reinforced Concrete and Reinforced Masonry Wall Buildings with Flexible Diaphragms
   97   Existing Buildings Energy and Water Efficiency Program