Yes. All rentals must hold a valid Certificate of Compliance. Inspections are conducted every 2 years.
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Yes, if the property is not owner occupied.
If the property is owner occupied or if you are renting a separate dwelling on your property where you reside, you do not need to register.
The fee is $25.00 for an initial registration of a property. If you have multiple properties in the same name, only one $25.00 registration fee is required.
You will be granted 15 days to correct violations. If the violation is not a life safety violation, you may request additional time by filling out a Waiver Pending Correction Form.
You will be invoiced $150.00 (per unit). After receipt of payment, a Certificate of Compliance will be issued.
The Town is obligated by ordinance to conduct the housing inspection. If the tenant refuses entry, the Town will request an Administrative Search Warrant from the Court to gain entry to do the inspection.
This ordinance applies to 1, 2 and 3 family dwelling units only. An application, approved site plan showing where the tenants may park and fee is required prior to issuance of a Certificate of Compliance.