The Building Inspection Division's goal is to provide minimum standards to safeguard life or limb, health, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling the design, construction, quality of materials, use and occupancy, location, and maintenance of all buildings and structures, including certain equipment specifically regulated herein, within this jurisdiction.
Roseville's Building Department is the first California municipality to become nationally accredited by the International Accreditation Service (IAS). According to the IAS, Building Department Accreditation (BDA) signifies that "the City of Roseville's Building Department operates under the highest professional and technical standards".
May is Building Safety Month!
Your City of Roseville's Building Division joins California Building Officials and other local jurisdictions in celebrating Building Safety Month each year. Our aim is to keep you and your family safe! There are many ways you can ensure your family is living in a safe environment. We all know about checking the battery in our smoke detectors, but did you know that since July 1, 2011, California State law requires smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to be installed in all single family dwellings? City Building Inspectors are currently verifying the installation of alarms with all issued residential permits. Want to know when a building permit is required for your upgrade, renovation, or "do it yourself" project? Please be sure to scan this page, and the links to the left, or stop by the City's Permit Center at 311 Vernon Street. Throughout the month of May, safety related coloring activities, stickers, and Junior Building Inspector badges will be on hand for kids visiting the Permit Center. There will also be weekly Fire Escape activity contests, awarding one lucky child a plush "Codie the Couger", Code Official. Click on the Week buttons below for important safety tips pertaining to that week's topic. Call 916-774-5332 for more information.
Special Notes. 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. For required locations of detectors, click here. For further information regarding the stipulations of the enacted legislation, click here.
Effective January 01, 2011, the City of Roseville has adopted the 2010 California Green Building Code. For further information regarding Green Code requirements, click here.
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