Council Reports, Notices, Agendas and Minutes

Council Reports, Notices, Agendas and Minutes

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The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures.
Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes.

The International Codes, or I-Codes, published by ICC, provide minimum safeguards for people at home, at school and in the workplace. The I-Codes are a complete set of comprehensive, coordinated building safety and fire prevention codes. Building codes benefit public safety and support the industry’s need for one set of codes without regional limitations.

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News & Announcements

  • Deadline Nearing for 2016 FLASH Scholarships.

    This is the final week to submit an application for the 2016 FLASH Scholarships aimed at master and doctoral candidates seeking academic degrees that focus on disaster safety and mitigation, including construction, engineering, meteorology, risk communication, and more. The International Code Council/FLASH scholarship is for students performing research on the education of building codes, the effectiveness of building codes or the incentives and impediments for adoption and enforcement of building codes. Click here for more information.

    April 13, 2015
  • ICC Disaster Response Network Supports Communities Damaged by Natural Disasters.

    Anticipating the needs of jurisdictions for assistance in the aftermath of the tornadoes that struck the Midwest the Disaster Response Network is active. Jurisdictions can access a database of volunteers to assist with building damage assessment, inspections and other code-related functions or call the Disaster Support Hotline at 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233), ext. 5238.

    April 10, 2015
  • FEMA Building Science Branch Updates “Safe Rooms for Tornadoes and Hurricanes: Guidance for Community and Residential Safe Rooms”.

    The booklet includes excerpts from the 2014 ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Storm Shelters (ICC 500). FEMA, the publication says, supports the development of consensus codes and standards that establish minimum acceptable requirements for the design and construction of hazard-resistant buildings. Read the report.

    April 9, 2015
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