Construction/Building Codes & Americans with Disabilities Act
Adopted Model Codes
Effective January 1, 2017:
- 2012 International Building Code
- 2012 International Residential Code for One-Two Family Dwellings
- 2012 International Fire Code
- 2012 International Energy Conservation Code
To order code books for the International Codes go to www.iccsafe.org
- 2011 National Electrical Code (to order code book go to www.nfpa.org)
- 2012 Uniform Mechanical Code
- 2012 Uniform Plumbing Code
To order code books for the Uniform codes go to www.iapmo.org
Please refer to Chapter 8 and Chapter 14 of the Salina Municipal Code for the current local code amendments.
NOTE: As of April 1, 2017 the code changes (adopted by the City Commission in October 2016) to Chapter 8 and Chapter 14, related to the adoption of the model building codes and local code amendments, have not yet been incorporated into the online version of the Salina Municipal Code. The following ordinances/code sections, include the local code amendments:
2012 IBC - Chapter 8 Local Code Amendments (Ord. #16-10846)
2012 IRC - Chapter 8 Local Code Amendments (Ord. #16-10847)
2012 IFC - Chapter 14 Local Code Amendments (Ord. #16-10852)
2012 IECC - Chapter 8 Local Code Amendments (Ord. #16-10851)
2012 UMC - Chapter 8 Local Code Amendments (Ord. #16-10849)
2012 UPC - Chapter 8 Local Code Amendments (Ord. #16-10848)
2011 NEC - Chapter 8 Local Code Amendments (Ord. #16-10850)
Salina Municipal Code
Americans with Disabilities Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1991 was adopted by the Kansas legislature for enforcement by local building officials. (see Kansas State Statutes, Section 58-1301 to 58-1311, Accessibility Standards for Public Buildings). The legislation applies to all buildings covered by Title III.
The Department of Justice has published the revised ADA 2010 Standards. These standards went into effect on March 15, 2012.
Click on links below to access information about these new standards:
Listing files in 'Building Services Documents'
Southern Yellow Pine Lumber
Southern Pine users can find complete information about the new design values, as well as comparisons with other species and updated span tables on www.SouthernPine.com.