No, the natural gas prohibition ordinance only applies to new buildings.
New buildings are defined as a project that meet two or more of the following criteria:
- More than 75% of the structural elements of the roof or roof framing are removed;
- More than 75% of the structural exterior walls (or vertical supports such as posts or columns when a structure has no walls) of a structure are removed or are no longer a necessary and integral structural component of the overall building;
- More than 75% of the foundation system is removed, or is no longer a necessary and integral structural component of the overall structure, including, but not limited to: perimeter concrete foundation, retaining walls, post and pier foundations, or similar elements that connect a structure to the ground and transfer gravity loads from the structure to the ground.