NOTES: Ratings "I-III" represent a building in good condition, with slight risk of damage or injury. A "IV" rating represents a building in fair condition, with a small risk. A "V" rating means a building is in poor condition, with a serious risk of injury. A "VI" rating is considered a high-priority for correction, with a severe risk of injury. A building with a "VII" rating is considered dangerous and must remain unoccupied until upgraded.