1.Ordinance # 2870, passed June 22nd, 2009 - Key Lock Box
a.Chapter 12, Section 24, "Key Lock Box System" requires key lock boxes for:
i.any commercial, industrial that are have remotely monitored fire alarms or automatic suppression systems
ii.Multi-family occupancies that have restricted access through locked doors of have secured common corridor for access to living units.
b.The Claycomo Fire Department utilized the Knox Box system for Key Lock Box
2.Ordinance # 2978, passed November 13th, 2017 - Smoke Detectors & Carbon Monoxide
a.Chapter 12, Section 12-40 - "Smoke Alarms in rental Units" required Smoke alarms in property rented or leased, or otherwise provided to the public for housing or sleeping accommodations.
b.Chapter 12, Section 12-41 - "Carbon Monoxide alarms in rental units". Require Carbon Monoxide Alarms in units that have sources of Carbon Monoxide in or attached to them.
With the adoption of the IFC, we will allow recreational burning with restrictions. The IFC will replace/supersede the current Open Burning Ordinance Chapter 12, Section 12-36.
Businesses (Not all-inclusive)
Vacant Buildings and Tenant Spaces (Not all-inclusive)
The Village of Claycomo has adopted the International Fire Code (IFC) 2018 edition. This is an initial step in a continued effort to make the Village safer for the residents, businesses and visitors. With the adoption of the Fire Code, we will start doing Fire Safety Inspections, there will be requirements that hadn’t been enforced in quite a while, or even at all. There will also be new ones that become industry standards. The main purpose of fire inspections is education and increase the safety of the Village. We know that starting inspections will be slow and frustrating at times, but we are here to help. While we can't put the entire fire code in here, I wanted to highlight some of the changes, additions, and remind people of other ordinances.