GREELEY – The Greeley Building Inspections Division is holding an open house meeting on Thursday, August 30th from 12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m. at the City Hall Annex Building, 1100 10th Street, in the 4th Floor Conference Room concerning proposed adoption of the 2012 family of the International Codes related to building and construction.
The International Codes are developed every three years by the International Codes Council, an organization devoted to the development of minimum requirements for construction and building that are focused on public health and safety related to new construction and re-development. The City of Greeley currently has the 2009 family of codes adopted, with amendments.
The City traditionally has adopted model building codes around the time of their release, with minor amendments that are designed to reflect construction or safety practices that are unique to Greeley and the region. Accordingly, a variety of amendments are proposed as part of this adoption, which were reviewed and recommended to City Council by the City’s Construction Trades Advisory and Appeals Board.
The entire set of proposals, including an overview, can be found as Agenda Item #13 at
In addition to providing input at the Thursday open house, citizens and trades people are invited to the City Council hearing for final adoption on September 4th at 6:30 p.m. The Council Chambers are located at 919 7th Street.
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