Lancaster County Code Association

LanCode

Lancaster County Code Association

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

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

Menu

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.

training icon

Upcoming Training Programs

2015 IBC Means of Egress. Wednesday, October 25 at East Lampeter Township. $100 for members and $140 for nonmembers. Six continuing education credits issued.

Click on link below to register. All participants must register online. You can pay online using a credit card OR mail a check to the LanCode PO Box 5244, Lancaster, PA17606-5244    

View Details
news icon

PABCO Municipal Code Enforcement Conference, October 4 REGISTER NOW!

PABCO 4th Annual Municipal Code Enforcement Conferernce, October 4 in New Cumberland The 4th Annual PABCO Municipal Code Enforcement Conference is on October 4 at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in New Cumberland (intersection of PA Turnpike and Route 83). Topics include: Blighted Housing Enforcement Stategies and Processes (David Patton, Code Administrator from the […]

Read More
news icon

UL Fire Alarm System Certification process. Tuesday, September 26 at East Lampeter Township. Program begins at 8:30 AM and runs until 12:30 PM.

Contact Todd Laeger at todd.iaeger@ul.com with registration questions, not LanCode All registrants must sign in through the UL registration portal found in the link below. Registration is not done through LanCode. UL TOWN HALL PRESENTATION – LANCASTER-READING As additional background, our UL Town Hall events consist of a meeting and training opportunity geared toward UL […]

Read More
news icon

NFPA 13 Fire Sprinkler Training presented by Rob Neale from the ICC. December 7 at East Lampeter Township

Purpose This course provides a general overview of the requirements found in National Fire Protection 13, Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems, 2007 Edition, for occupancy hazard classification, essential system components, system types, connections to and minimum water supplies, system design approaches, required inspections and final acceptance testing.  Learning Objectives  At the end of […]

Read More