ICC Chapter Update - February 2018:
Every month, the Government Relations staff puts out a newsletter filled with hot information that all members should know. Get this month's by clicking here.
Government Relations Videos and Featured Content:
Not seeing the news item you're looking for? Check the Archive.
Code Adoption Resources
ICC provides information and support to assist you in your efforts to adopt and implement the International Codes.
- Our Most Up to Date Adoption Chart: State Adoptions
- Sample Adoption Ordinances
- Code Adoption Resources
- IECC Resource Page
- Coalition for Current Safety Codes
- International Adoptions
Reports & Studies
The Federal Team guides ICC activities and relations with Executive Branch agencies of the Federal Government. ICC continues to strengthen its interaction with key decision-making federal agencies to secure their recognition and use of the I-Codes and standards, ICC services, as well as their membership and participation in ICC. Comments and Statements on Proposed Federal Regulations
The Federal Team guides ICC activities and relationships with Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, House and Senate Committees, and their respective staff members. ICC continues to strengthen its interaction with Congress, and has become a valuable resource for Congressional on issues relating to building safety, building energy use, and disaster mitigation in the built environment. Take a look at Current Congressional Legislation!
State and Local Activities and Resources
- View maps for I-Code Adoption information
- Locate your state's Chapters, Board Liaison or Staff Liaison
- 2015 Code Adoptions
- Submit Jurisdiction Adoptions
- Submit Code Adoption
United States Usage of the I-Codes
Let us know if your jurisdiction has adopted any of the I-Codes.
Updated: September 2017
Download a PDF of the code adoption maps.
High School Technical Training Toolkit
ICC's HSTTP is a flexible educational program divided into four parts: building, plumbing, HVAC (mechanical) and electrical. This four-part structure enables a Technical School to integrate one or more parts of the program into its current construction trade curricula to better provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of construction trades. Students completing all elements of a part, including a final exam, will receive a nationally-recognized Certificate of Achievement (COA) from ICC. The program includes the necessary course materials, exams and certificates to ensure easy implementation.