ICC Chapters are groups of code officials and industry related professionals run by volunteers who support and promote the mission and goals of the Council. Chapters create partnerships with members of the building community, and increase public awareness about the value of code officials in our everyday lives. They provide significant support for the code development process, I-Code adoptions and other important Code Council initiatives such as Building Safety Month, the Code of Honor program and the Raising the Profile campaign.

An important objective of an ICC Chapter is to develop and advance members professional abilities in the administration of the International Codes. Other activities include:

  • Educational seminars and training
  • Keeping members updated on industry issues
  • An extensive support network and voice
  • Shared expertise and ideas
  • Professional networking
  • Social gatherings of field professionals
  • Periodic meetings on topics of common interest
  • Information concerning employment needs
  • Information on construction methods

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