New California Building Standards became effective Jan. 13, 2020 - State law mandates that local government enforce these regulations, or local ordinances with qualified reasonably necessary and generally more restrictive building standards than provided for in the California Building Standards Code.
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Glenn County is currently operating under the 2019 Edition of California Title 24 which consists of the 2019 California Building Code, 2019 California Administrative Code, 2019 California Electrical Code, 2019 California Mechanical Code, 2019 California Plumbing Code, 2019 California Energy Code, 2019 California Fire Code, 2019 California Elevator Safety Construction Code, 2019 California Historical Building Code, 2019 California Existing Building Code, 2019 California Reference Standards Code and the 2019 California Green Code.
Please use the inspection request line number for ALL inspection requests.
24 Hour Building Inspection Request Line - (530) 934-8447
When you call be sure to include the following information:
- Your building permit number
- The property owners name
- The address where the inspection is to be conducted
- What type of inspection you are requesting
- The date on which you would like your inspection
- A telephone number where you can be reached if there are any questions
SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to pick up permits and submit applications for building permits, encroachment permits, and planning projects.
Regular Business Office Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except County holidays.
Upgrade California's Energy Status
The California Energy Commission joined regional efforts to increase energy efficiency and encourage clean jobs with the statewide launch of Energy Upgrade California, the new energy efficiency program. Part of this comprehensive program is the integrated Web Portal, www.EnergyUpgradeCA.org which provides easy to use tools and resources to property owners to help them improve their energy and water efficiency, save money and increase building comfort.
Blog post blog.fema.gov/ for highlights on the new FEMA website.