International Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings
   EDITOR'S NOTE: This chapter, formerly titled “Ohio Basic Building Code” was repealed, re-enacted and re-titled “International Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings” by Ordinance 05-2004, passed March 4, 2004.  Ordinance 09-2013, passed April 4, 2013, adopted the Residential Code of Ohio as the residential code of the City of Trenton, in its entirety, including penalty provisions.  For fees related to building and construction, see Exhibit A attached to Ordinance 09-2013.
1460.01   2003 edition adopted.
1460.02   Purpose.
1460.03   Application.
1460.04   Compliance; violations.
1460.05   Preparation and certification of plans.
1460.06   Enforcement.
1460.07   File and distribution copies.
1460.08   Conflict of laws.
1460.99   Penalty; equitable remedies.
   See section histories for similar State law
   Removal of unsafe structures - see Ohio R.C. 715.26(B), 715.261
   Power to enact further and additional regulations - see Ohio R.C. 3781.01
   Enforcement - see Ohio R.C. 3781.03, 3781.031, 3781.10(E), 3781.102, 3781.19
   Final jurisdiction - see Ohio R.C. 3781.04
   Application - see Ohio R.C. 3781.06, 3781.061, 3781.10(A), 3781.11(A)
   Dead bolt locks in apartment buildings - see Ohio R.C. 3781.103
   Smoke detection system for apartments and condominiums - see Ohio R.C. 3781.104
   Use of public buildings by handicapped persons - see Ohio R.C. 3781.111
   Energy conservation - see Ohio R.C. 3781.181
   Submission of plans - see Ohio R.C. 3791.04
   Abandoned service stations - see Ohio R.C. 3791.11 et seq.
   Safety standards for refuse containers - see Ohio R.C. 3791.21