Building Codes and Standards

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The following reference list identifies many of the statutes, codes, programs, and ordinances which govern construction in the State of Florida. For specific information consult the appropriate statute or code.

  • Chapter 320 F.S. - Mobile Homes and RVs.
  • Chapter 440 F.S. - Workers' Compensation Law
  • Chapter 468 F.S. - Building Code Administrators and Inspectors
  • Chapter 471 F.S. - Engineering
  • Chapter 481 F.S. - Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Archecture
  • Chapter 489 F.S.
    • Part I - Construction Contracting
    • Part II - Electrical and Alarm System Contracting
    • Part III - Septic Tank Contracting
  • Chapter 527 F.S. - Sale of Liquefied Petroleum Gas
  • Chapter 553 F.S. - Building Construction Standards
    • Part I - Plumbing
    • Part II - Electrical Code
    • Part III - Glass
    • Part IV - Factory-Built Housing
    • Part V - Accessibility by Handicapped Persons
    • Part VI - Trench Safety
    • Part VII - State Minimum Building Codes
    • Part VIII - Thermal Efficiency Standards
    • Part IX - Energy Conservation Standards
    • Part X - Standards for Radon - Resistant Buildings
    • Part XI - Building Energy - Efficiency Rating System
  • Chapter 633 F.S. - Fire Prevention and Control
  • Chapter 713 F.S. - Construction Liens
  • Citrus County Code - Chapter 18 - Building and Building Regulations
  • Citrus County Comprehensive Plan
  • F.A.C. Chapter 5F-11 - L.P Gas Inspection
  • F.A.C. Chapter 61-G4 - Construction Industry Licensing Board
  • F.A.C. Chapter 61-G6 - Electrical Contracting Licensing Board
  • F.A.C. Chapter 61-G19 - Building Code Administrators Inspectors Board Rules
  • Florida Administrative Code - Chapters 4A-2, 4A-3, 4A-21, 4A-28 and 4A-36 thru 4A-56 (State Fire Marshal)
  • Florida Administrative Code - Chapter 9-B-1 (Manufactured Buildings / Modular Homes)
  • Land Development Code, Ordinance 90-14, as amended
  • National Flood Insurance Program - Index 44 CFR

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