Sec. 6-36. Registration certificate--Required; exceptions.

 

(a)   Every person engaged in the business of constructing, altering or remodeling of one- and two family dwellings shall register as a residential building contractor with the city. Any person who is the owner and will reside in the one-family dwelling he or she is constructing is exempted from the registration requirement set forth in this section provided he or she constructs not more than one (1) dwelling in a two-year period and certifies in writing that he or she will reside in such dwelling following its completion.

 

(b)   Every person engaged in the construction, alteration or remodeling of any sign, structure or building other than one- or two-family dwellings shall register as a commercial building contractor with the city. Registration as a commercial building contractor shall also allow the registrant to construct, alter or remodel one- and two-family dwellings.

 

(c)    The requirements of this section shall not apply to any property owner constructing, altering or remodeling a sign equal to or less than eighty (80) square feet in area on his or her own property. 

 

Source: Code 1962, 4-1-4; Ord. No. 3050, 3(A), 2-16-82; Ord. No. 4138, 1, 1-8-96; Ord. No. 4384, 4, 11-2-98; Ord. No. 5059, 1, 4-20-09