The Chapter and it's members have been active throughout the years in various areas of importance to the membership, including but not limited to, involvement in the code development process, updating and creating new plan review checklists, uniform interpretation policies, information bulletins, supporting the Chapter’s various committees (Fire-Life Safety, Disabled Access, Structural, Administration, Inspection, etc.), focusing on several areas of membership needs, and so much more.
To support those activities, the Chapter relies on current members to renew their annual membership or interested individual who want to become involve to register and become a dues paying member. Dues paying members will have access to many of the following, including but not limited to:
Membership dues will enable the Chapter to sponsor various code development activities, improve and update the Chapter’s website, allow the Chapter to put together training/seminar at lower rates or free whenever possible, host social events or activities (i.e., annual banquet), and much more.
In 2009, the Board adopted a new fee structure to improve greater access to membership for jurisdictions with many staff. The “Small Governmental” and “Large Governmental” group rate allows jurisdictions or associates to sign up to 10 or over 10 staff members at a significantly lower rate. As we all face the challenge of declining construction activities, the Board hopes that these lower group rates will be a cost saving for jurisdictions or associates who want to have as much staff as possible gain from the benefits of membership.
As always, we encourage your participation in the Chapter’s event or activities, including monthly chapter meetings, committee meetings and/or training. We value your membership and thank you for your support and active participation throughout the year. The Board wishes to thank you for your renewal and your continued support.
Section 2.3 of Article II of the Chapter Bylaws provides for 3 classes of membership. They are as follows:
Please note that Honorary Members and Student Members are exempt from paying membership dues.
How to Register
To register or renew your annual chapter membership, please complete the Membership Registration Form and mail or email it to the Treasurer.
How to Pay
Payment of your annual membership dues can be made online at the bottom of this webpage or a check can be mailed along with the membership registration form to:
Los Angeles Basin Chapter of the ICC
ATTN: Philip Yin
P.O. Box 1099
Alhambra, CA 91802
The Los Angeles Basin Chapter is a non-profit organization that is dependent on the members and sponsorship opportunities. Please consider donating and sponsoring to the Los Angeles Basin Chapter of ICC.