1484.06  INSPECTION.
   (a)   Inspection of the premises shall be conducted by the Building Official or their designee in a manner consistent with guidelines promulgated by such Building Official.  The standard for such inspection shall be the minimum necessary to prevent the spread of residential blight, to safeguard life or limb, health, property and public welfare as set forth in the current International Property Maintenance Code, Life Safety Codes and any other adopted codes of the City.  In addition, the applicant shall present proof that the furnace or other heating system has been inspected, cleaned and certified by a person qualified to do so.
   (b)   Any one family or two family dwelling unit that has a driveway shall cause said driveway to be constructed of a hard surface and extend from the street through the approach for a distance not less than forty feet from the public right of way.
      (1)   Said driveway shall be no less than 8' in width and be of a hard surface (concrete, asphalt, brick pavers) or a similar surface.
      (2)   Driveway approach and sidewalk must be constructed of concrete and conform to City standards.
      (3)   This subsection shall not apply to any dwelling unit wherein entry to the driveway is from a dirt or gravel road.
   (c)   Any one family or two family dwelling unit on a corner lot shall cause said driveway to be constructed of a hard surface driveway extending to the garage, if said garage faces the secondary (or side) as opposed to the primary street.  Whenever possible, the hard surface shall be of a sufficient size to accommodate two cars.
      (1)   Said driveway shall be no less than 8' in width and be of a hard surface (concrete, asphalt, brick pavers) or a similar surface.
      (2)   Driveway approach and sidewalk must be constructed of concrete and conform to City standards.
      (3)   This subsection shall not apply to any dwelling unit wherein entry to the driveway is from a dirt or gravel road.
(Ord. 98-03.  Passed 1-6-98; Ord. 2002-16.  Passed 5-21-02; Ord. 2006-15.  Passed 9-5-06; Ord. 2009-02.  Passed 1-6-09.)