Building Safety Month

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2018 Building Safety Month in May! Please scroll down to see the themes and helpful links for both 2017 and 2018.  


We will post information on the 2019 campaign when it becomes available.

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Why It Matters


For the past 38 years, the 57,000 worldwide members of the International Code Council (ICC) have celebrated advances in constructing safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient buildings and homes. It raises awareness about critical safety issues from structural to fire prevention, plumbing and mechanical systems, and energy efficiency.

Building codes and the officials who enforce them are making our families and communities safer and more resilient. Homes and buildings that are built in compliance with building safety codes result in resilient structures that minimize the risks of death, injury and property damage. Building safety affects everyone, and modern, updated building codes save lives. 

When our building safety and fire prevention experts inspect buildings and review construction plans to ensure code compliance, they help to ensure the places where you live, work and play are safe. The Building Department works closely with home builders, contractors, plumbers, roofers and other construction industry trades to provide for the public safety of our community.

An Important Reminder about Permits


Permits are required for most home projects even if the owner is performing the work.  As a result of getting a permit, an inspector will check the work.  Inspections provide a measure of safety to protect your life and property.

We're Here to Help

Safe and proper construction is a top priority for our staff! Stop by our offices in City Hall to pick up informational brochures on a variety of topics and get answers to your questions. 


Stay safe during residential and commercial construction!

  

Themes for 2018 Building Safety Month


The ICC hosts a Building Safety Month website with the purpose and history of the awareness campaign as well as linked or downloadable materials for professionals, families, schools, community organizations, municipalities, and members of the media on the individual themes. 
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