The following codes have been adopted with amendments by the Clear Creek County Board of County Commissioners on April 3, 2018, by Resolution R-18-21 (PDF)
- 2015 International Residential Code
- 2015 International Building Code
- 2015 International Plumbing Code
- 2015 International Mechanical Code
- 2015 International Fuel Gas Code
- 2009 International Energy Compliance Code
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION
CONCERNING CLEAR CREEK COUNTY'S BUILDING CODES
Procedure for Contemporaneous Reviews of Plumbing Licenses
This guide is the result of HB19-1086 (Plumbing).
This guide sets forth standard procedures for conducting contemporaneous reviews to ensure consistent, timely and efficient enforcement of Colorado’s plumbing licensure and apprenticeship requirements.
Plumbers must register prior to applying for a permit to perform work. State-issued license credentials shall be provided from all plumbers during the Registration process and, based on availability, Staff will use DORA’s licensing service to review such credentials. If an applicant fails to provide State-issued credentials, or if a review reveals the credentials provided to be inactive, Staff shall discontinue Registration until the applicant resolves the discrepancy.
All permits shall require that any change of State-issued credentials for an active permit, a contractor registration, or master contractor be reported in writing by the permittee. Staff will conduct a review of the existing permit and nature of the change of credentials to determine further action on the permit, if necessary.
Inspectors may conduct full or partial contemporaneous reviews of the plumbers and apprentices working at a job site at their discretion, based on their familiarity with the installers and any other relevant factors. These reviews may be conducted at any time, at any job where plumbing work is being conducted, the frequency of which shall be based on staff availability, with an emphasis on large multifamily and commercial job sites.
If a contemporaneous review reveals any non-compliance with Colorado’s plumbing licensure or apprenticeship requirements, the inspector who performed the review shall promptly notify his or her immediate supervisor. Staff will consider the nature and severity of the violation and determine whether to file a complaint with the State plumbing boards per C.R.S. Title 12, Article 155 (Plumbers).