District of Columbia Building Codes (District of Columbia)

Town and City Halls in District of Columbia , District of Columbia provide municipal services for their community, including issuing and enforcing building codes. The Town or City Hall is responsible for ensuring compliance with building codes and investigating possible District of Columbia building code violations. They keep records on building codes as well as any changes to the building code, and they may also review and approve building and renovation plans. The Town or City Hall typically has records on approved and rejected plans, investigations of District of Columbia building code violations, and any punishments or abatement plans for code violations. These records can be useful for prospective District of Columbia property buyers and property owners, and they are typically available through the Town or City Hall website.

Washington City Hall Washington DC 950 24th Street Northwest 20052