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      Building Safety Month   01/12/2018

      Theme: "Building Codes Save Lives." Who Needs Building Codes All communities need building codes to protect their citizens from disasters like fires, weather-related events and structural collapse. Model building codes are society's best way of protecting homes, offices, schools, manufacturing facilities, stores and entertainment venues. Code officials work day in and day out to keep the public safe. Building Safety Month is a month-long celebration of all aspects of building safety that helps families, employers and leaders understand and appreciate the best practices that keep the places where we live, work and play, safe.

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The courses presented at the conference are designed to provide inspectors with helpful information in enforcing the local codes and ordinances within their jurisdictions. The conference will focus on current legal aspects of code enforcement in the state of Georgia and similar information that will enhance the performance of code enforcement officials. The sessions will identify code problems that occur in communities and professional methods that address those problems. The conference also will provide information on standard and best code enforcement practices in the state.


The workshop is designed to interest virtually all local public officials involved in code enforcement. It is an opportunity for code enforcement officers; elected officials; city and county attorneys; along with members of planning commissions; zoning boards of appeal; and Clean and Beautiful Commission directors, board members, and professional staff to attend a meeting of importance to each of them.

•  Code enforcement officers
•  Housing officials and inspectors
•  Zoning administrators
•  Environmental and solid waste inspectors
•  City and county planners
•  Members of planning commissions
•  Members of zoning boards of appeal
•  City and county attorneys
•  Mayors and council members
•  County commissioners
•  Clean and Beautiful commissioners, directors, board members


The Georgia Association of Code Enforcement (GACE) is a professional organization dedicated to establishing responsible code enforcement practices throughout local governments in Georgia and the professional development of its members. The GACE Certificate Program for code enforcement officers is sponsored by GACE in cooperation with the Association County Commissioners of Georgia, the Georgia Municipal Association, and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. It is administered by the University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government. The program is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of those persons responsible for enforcement of environmental, housing, and land use codes in Georgia.  Successful completion of the program results in your receiving a certificate designation as code enforcement officer. In order to participate in the certificate program, you must be a paid member in good standing.

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All, I just wanted to put out to you the dates for our next conference. Mark your calendars for March 6-9, 2018 in Savannah. Look forward to seeing you there!!!!
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