Fire Safety and property maintenance inspections shall consist of inspections required pursuant to the minimum requirements of the Official Compilation of codes Rules and Regulations of the State of New York, 19NYCRR Part 1203 (Minimum Standards for Administration and Enforcement). These inspections include: multiple dwellings and all non-residential buildings, structures, uses and occupancies that do not require an operational permit and shall be performed at least once every thirty-six (36) months.
- The fee to conduct Fire Safety and Property Maintenance Inspections shall be equivalent to one percent (1%) of the assessed value of the property inspected as reflected in the latest assessment rolls of the Town.
- Upon completion of inspection, the Bureau of Fire Prevention will invoice the property owner for the fee associated with conducting the inspection, and it shall be payable within thirty (30) days of the invoice date.
- It shall be unlawful to fail, neglect, or refuse to pay the required fee within thirty 930) days of the invoice date, and such failure shall be deemed a violation of the Town of Huntington Fire Code and shall result in further legal or equitable action to collect the debt.
Requests for an inspection to be conducted less than once every thirty-six (36) months shall be accommodated upon payment of the requisite fee in the amount of one hundred ($100.00) that shall be payable in advance of the inspection.