Promoting public health and safety in building construction through responsible legislation, education, and building code development


CALBO's online bill search allows building officials a real-time way to follow CALBO's position on critical State legislation during the 2016 session.   

CALBO's Director of Public Affairs, Nicole Virga Bautista, continues to work closely with the CALBO Legisltive Committee to track and take position on bills with a laser focus on collaboration with like-minded organizations as the mechanism for proactive change.



At CALBO, we strive to provide the best education and supportive network for professionals in building departments and industry representatives throughout California.  

We hope you will use these newsletter as a resource to keep yourself up-to-date with everything building!

Read the latest CALBO Newsletter - Click Here


California Code Adoption Resources

California code adoption resources are now available! Whether you are new or a seasoned veteran to the code adoption process, these resources are vital for all charged with adopting the next code cycle.

Thank you to CALBO Committee Member and ICC Board Director Stuart Tom for the workshop PowerPoints on the code adoption process.


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Plans Examiner City of Hesperia March 31, 2017
Building Plans Examiner I, II, Senior PRMD March 30, 2017
Administrative Clerk II -- Multi Family Inspection Program City of Concord March 31, 2017
Chief Building Official County of Calaveras March 31, 2017
Plans Examiner / Inspector Coastland April 15, 2017
Building Inspector I City of Gilroy April 07, 2017
Permit Technician City of American Canyon April 03, 2017

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Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery Resources

January 26, 2017

Post-Disaster Safety Assessment Evaluator Training

March 20, 2017

Structural Engineers Association of Southern California (SEAOSC) is providing Post-Disaster Safety Assessment Evaluator Training on Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 8:30am-3:30pm in Long Beach, CA.

This training will provide a comprehensive overview of the California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) Safety Assessment Program (SAP), practical building exercises, criteria for assessing the severity of facility and lifeline systems damage, and procedures for posting and barricading. The ATC 20-1 Field Manual: "Post-Earthquake Safety Evaluation of Buildings, Second Edition" and additional materials will be provided.

Register HERE before it's too late!