Our association enthusiastically encourages all code officials to join. Membership in our association offers many benefits to you and your community. The following are just a few examples.
Often our meetings will have a guest speaker and occasionally when it can be arranged we have site training. These sessions often offer CEU credits towards your certifications as well as provide a valuable opportunity for your professional growth. The costs of code books for you or your community are always an increasing burden. Our association has arranged for group purchases which have greatly decreased the regular costs. Occasionally books are provided, free as part of the training. Members also receive discounts on the various training opportunities offered thru the association. Networking with other professionals in your field strengthens your skills and helps to provide for continuity between communities. We encourage comradery and to that end we arrange two or three social events each year; at a minimum or no cost to the members. Sometimes these events are learning events as well.
Have you every experienced a problem you just weren’t sure how to handle or been subjected to that infamous contractor comment, “I never had to do that in MYTOWN”. Well now you know the inspector in MYTOWN or at least know you can call him or over a hundred other sources to get the answer. You are a professional; strengthen your skills and your community. Join and participate today, you’re only a click away.
Regular Member… shall be a certified building official, actively working as a paid building inspection professional for a governmental department.
Auxiliary Member… shall be an employed, certified governmental inspector such as an assistant building inspector or a certified inspector employed by an approved inspection agency
Associate Member… shall be a membership open to any person or firm engaged in a related construction field and not eligible for a regular or auxiliary membership.
Honorary Member… shall be a member who is a minimum of 55 years of age and who has retired from active duties as a building official.