Summary of Building Code Findings in Plano
The following is an executive summary of findings from an analysis conducted of the residential building code in effect for your community as it compares to model codes and beyond-code disaster resilient building practices.
Residential Building Code for City of Plano
2012 International Residential Code with amendments
Residential Building Code for Collin County
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Residential Building Code Opportunities
Building Code Effectiveness Grade Scale (BCEGS) Rating for City of Plano: 4
Building Code Effectiveness Grade Scale (BCEGS) Rating for Collin County: 99
All communities need building codes to protect their citizens from weather risks such as flash floods, hail, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfire. Safe, strong and sustainable homes that are more resilient against damage from natural disasters also support a more stable local economy, fewer taxpayer burdens, and reduced demand for emergency services.
Local elected leaders committed to protecting the public have a central role in improving the level of safety for homes built in their communities. Strong building codes and effective enforcement of those are the foundation for disaster-resilient communities.
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