Welcome to SNICC
On behalf of the Southern Nevada Chapter, International Code Council (SNICC), welcome and thank you for visiting our website. Although we are still in the midst of developing our website, please take time to review the information, the resources and the tools currently available and let us know how we can further improve our content. SNICC is committed to providing timely, useful and informative information and resources for our members, our industry partners and for the general public. SNICC developed this website to share ideas and to allow our guests and the local, state, national and international perspectives. I also encourage you to not only become one of our chapter members, but to also serve on one of our committtees. Serving on a SNICC committee will provide additional insight as to our chapter's commitment to public safety in the built environment. Serving on a committee also provides the opportunity to work hand in hand with other code officials and our construction industry partners developing and implementing programs to enhance the professionalism and education of code officials, design professionals, and contractors throughout the United States. To contact us directly, please write to SN-ICC, PO Box 400067, Las Vegas, NV 89140-0067, call 702-406-3719, or fax to 702-946-0796; or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steve DiGiovanni President, SNICC
Our Mission Statement
The Southern Nevada Chapter of the International Code Council is dedicated towards promoting the vision, mission and goals of the Code Council. The Chapter works hand in hand with industry and the public to develop and implement programs designed to enhance the professionalism of our members and code officials everywhere. Our members participate in local, state, regional or national activities to increase the public awareness of safety in the built environment. The Chapter provides education, training and support to its members, assists in assuring uniformity in code enforcement and code administration and is dedicated towards safeguarding the life, health, property and public welfare of the building occupants within Southern Nevada.