Board of Code Standards and Appeals
The BCSA provides technical code review and recommendations to the City Council and County Commission on matters involving the Building Code, building construction & remodeling, contractor licensing, dangerous building condemnation and demolition, and neighborhood code enforcement matters.
Primary focus/responsibilities of the BCSA include:
reviewing building codes and recommending to City Council and County Commission proposed code adoptions or code changes;
hearing appeals to Metropolitan Area Building Construction Department interpretations of Building and Minimum Housing Codes; Application For Appeal or Contractor Complaint Hearing
reviewing and approving/denying alternate building materials and/or methods of installation;
reviewing and approving/denying applications for building contractor licenses, and conducting hearings to consider probation, suspension or revocation of such licenses; and
advising the City Council in condemnation hearings of dangerous and unfit buildings.
The BCSA currently meets on the first Monday of every month at 1:00 PM at 730 N Main in the Executive Room.
The BCSA is a nine-member City Council/County Commission - appointed board comprised of two architects, a structural engineer, one Class A contractor, one Class B contractor, one Class C contractor, one real estate person, and two citizens at-large.
Elaine Hammons, Administrative Secretary to Director of MABCD