Building Inspections Division
NEW The City of Frisco has adopted, with local amendments, the 2018 International Codes and the 2017 National Electrical Code. All Permits submitted on or after January 1, 2020 shall demonstrate and note compliance with these newly adopted codes. Commercial projects with valid site plans may continue to be submitted under the code adoption which is applicable. Questions may be directed via email to the Assistant Building Official.
|2018 International Codes, National Electrical Code, and International Fire Code|
|2018 International Building Code (PDF)|
|2018 International Energy Conservation Code (PDF)|
|2018 International Existing Building Code (PDF)|
|2018 International Fuel and Gas Code (PDF)|
|2018 International Mechanical Code (PDF)|
|2018 International Plumbing Code (PDF)|
|2018 International Residential Code (PDF)|
|2018 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (PDF)|
|2017 National Electrical Code (PDF)|
|2018 International Fire Code (PDF)|
National Fire Protection Association NFPA 13
National Fire Protection Association NFPA 13R
We are committed to providing all current and future citizens quality service related to development and code enforcement through the use of modern practices in engineering, architecture, public health, and quality assurance management with a team of people dedicated to professional excellence and customer satisfaction. We strive to accomplish these tasks efficiently, effectively, and with accountability to the community we serve.
When is a Permit Required
The best way to find out if you need a permit is to contact a Frisco Building Inspections representative. Discussing your plans with a representative, before beginning construction or making a modification, will determine whether you need a permit. Even if a permit is not needed, a representative will answer code questions and may provide valuable advice.
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