Lancaster County Code Association

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Lancaster County Code Association

  • A Professional ICC Chapter
  • Established 2002
  • ICC Educational Provider

P.O. Box 5244 Lancaster, PA 17606-5244

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Education is Our Mission

We provide educational opportunities and a network of communication among municipal code officials, third party inspection agencies, contractors, design professionals, trade associations and other interested parties.

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Upcoming Training Programs

Business meeting, election and training Thursday, June 13 at 8:30 AM East Lampeter Township

Begins at 8:30 AM: business meeting and election followed by training. No fee for this training. CEUs issued. Shawn Strausbaugh of the ICC will be present to swear in new officers and provide training updates on plumbing, fuel gas and mechanical codes. Larry Griffin of ABI will present 2014 NEC updates for swimming pools   […]

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Upcoming 2019 Training Programs

Swimming Pools and Spas. 2015 IRC Decks. 2015 International Existing Building Code. 2013 NFPA 72 Significant Changes including Emergency Voice/Alarm Communication Systems. Watts Backflow Prevention Devices. 2013 NFPA 13 and NFPA 13R Significant Changes. 2018 Accessibility.  2015 Means of Egress.   

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Accessibility 2018 IBC Chapter 11 and Appendix E Promulgated

On April 3, 2019, the Independent Regulatory Review Commission (Commission) received this regulation from the Department of Labor and Industry (Department). This rulemaking amends 34 Pa. Code, Part XIV, Chapters 401, 403 and 405. Notice of proposed rulemaking was omitted for this regulation; it will become effective upon publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin. (Published June 1st, […]

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2018 Pennsylvania Alternate Residential Energy Code provisions have been successfully published. Provisions take effect October 1, 2018

Click below for information and upcoming training by PHRC. Learn More

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PA HB 1469 and SB 663 are dead for now. Senator Laughlin will continue to advance his homebuilder agenda in January. Stay tuned for more political shenanigans.

Members, thanks for contacting your local legislators and members on the PA Appropriations and the Labor & Industry Committees concerning these bills. Moreover, we believe the State should not regulate the number of third-party inspection agencies that municipalities are required to use for plan review and inspections. This bill is a violation of the original […]

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