Application of single family dwelling code requirements to home
- • rules
- • evacuation requirement
- • lease rate
(1) Adult foster homes that are certified as residential homes as defined in ORS 197.660 (Definitions) shall meet all state and local building, sanitation, utility and fire code requirements applicable to single family dwellings. However, by rule, the Department of Human Services may adopt more stringent standards upon a finding that there is a significant health or safety threat to residents that necessitates a standard not imposed on other single family dwellings.
(2) In adopting more stringent standards, the department shall consult with the Department of Consumer and Business Services and the office of the State Fire Marshal to insure adequate evacuation of residents.
(3) As used in this section, "adequate evacuation" means the ability of a provider to evacuate all residents from the dwelling within three minutes.
(4) If a licensed provider rents or leases the premises where the adult foster home is located, the lessor shall charge a flat rate for the lease or rental. [1993 c.146 §1; 1995 c.180 §4]
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