As we look for ways to conserve water, greywater systems reduce our use of drinking water for landscaping, can save you money, and recharge groundwater. Check out our Greywater Brochure, and visit the Permit Center for more information.
The City of Roseville joins California Building Officials and other local jurisdictions in celebrating Building Safety Month every year.
There are some ways you can ensure your family is living in a safe environment. California State Law requires smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to be installed in all Single Family Dwellings as of July 1, 2011.
The 2013 Energy Code is coming soon! Are you prepared?
Energy Code Ace can help! Visit the new website developed by the California Statewide Codes & Standards Program, designed to help you meet the requirement of Title 24, Part 6. Find FREE tools, training and resources at EnergyCodeAce.com.
Effective January 1, 2014 the 2013 California Code of Regulations Title 24 will be enforced on all permits submitted for application to the City of Roseville Building Division. These requirements are enforced by State Law, and effect all permits applied for after the 1st of January 2014.
Effective January 1, 2014, all single family residences built before January 1, 1994 must install water conserving fixtures
Effective January 1, 2014, all single family residences built before January 1, 1994 must install water conserving fixtures throughout the home as a condition of building permits issued for home improvements, additions, and alterations. Compliance with this requirement will be verified at final inspection. The Building Division has put together a Notice to help you determine if this requirement applies to your project. You can also view Legislative Information regarding this new law.
Effective July 01, 2011, all single family dwelling units require smoke & carbon monoxide detectors
Effective July 01, 2011, all single family dwelling units require smoke & carbon monoxide detectors throughout the residence, to be inspected and verified at final inspection. Please view the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Requirements to determine where your detectors should be located. The Department of Housing and Community Development has issued an Information Bulletin with further information regarding the stipulations of the enacted legislation.