This May, the City of Roseville is recognizing Building Safety Month by participating in the International Code Council’s 40th annual event. This year’s campaign is “Safer Buildings, Safer Communities, Safer World.”
The campaign highlights the importance of building codes for providing a strong and resilient built environment.
Homes and buildings that are built in compliance with building safety codes, and the officials who enforce the codes like those in Roseville’s Code Compliance office, are essential to helping communities minimize the risks of death, injury and property damage.
This year’s weekly campaign themes are Disaster Preparedness, Water Safety, Resiliency. Sustainability. Innovation., and Training the Next Generation.
Learn more about Building Safety Month at www.cityofroseville.com/BSM. The webpage features information about building safety, links to weekly Building Safety Month topics, printable brochures about building and home safety topics, and printable safety-themed games and puzzles for kids.