Township of Hazlet, NJ
Monmouth County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Hazlet as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Alarm systems — See Ch. 120.
Uniform construction codes  — See Ch. 172.
Development review — See Ch. 181.
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 219.
Mobile home parks — See Ch. 273.
Stormwater control — See Ch. 383.
Article I Uniform Fire Code

§ 214-1 Local enforcement.

§ 214-2 Local enforcing agency.

§ 214-3 Duties.

§ 214-4 Inspection of life hazard uses.

§ 214-5 Funding.

§ 214-6 Fire official.

§ 214-7 Appeals.

§ 214-8 Additional inspections and fees.

§ 214-9 Violations and penalties.

Article II Fire Hydrants

§ 214-10 Use by unauthorized persons.

§ 214-11 Special permits for unusual use.

§ 214-12 Regulations for authorized use.

§ 214-13 Violations and penalties.

Article III Fire Zones

§ 214-14 Definitions.

§ 214-15 Designation of zones.

§ 214-16 Ingress/egress.

§ 214-17 Striping and lettering.

§ 214-18 Signs.

§ 214-19 Specifications.

§ 214-20 Prohibited acts.

§ 214-21 Jurisdiction.

§ 214-22 Painting fire zones.

§ 214-23 Violations and penalties.

Article IV Rapid Entry Systems

§ 214-24 Definitions.

§ 214-25 Box and key system required.

§ 214-26 Enforcement.

§ 214-27 Review and approval of system and location.

§ 214-28 Compliance by owners of existing buildings.

§ 214-29 Fees for false alarms.

Article V Interference With Fire Suppression Forces

§ 214-30 Adoption of fire control measures and regulations.

§ 214-31 Compliance with orders.

§ 214-32 Damage to fire district equipment and injury to personnel.

§ 214-33 Blocking fire hydrants and fire district conditions.

§ 214-34 Maintenance of fire suppression equipment.

§ 214-35 Street obstructions.

§ 214-36 Jurisdiction for enforcement.

Article VI Smoke Detector, Carbon Monoxide and Portable Fire Extinguisher Certificates

§ 214-37 Smoke detector, carbon monoxide and portable fire extinguisher certificates required.

§ 214-38 Application.

§ 214-39 Violations and penalties.