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The minimum uniformly distributed live loads for Coconino County are:
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Yes. The Sustainable Building Program maintains a Resource Directory of current builders and other service providers that have experience with sustainable building.
The Sedona Fire District, to include Oak Creek Canyon, has adopted the 2018 Wildland and Urban Interface Codes as amended by the Sedona Fire District. Class 1 ignition resistant construction and fire suppression systems are required, in addition to compliance of the Wildland and Urban Interface Codes. For additional information, please contact Chief Fire Marshal Dori Booth (928)282-6800. The Sedona Fire Marshal will be conducting concurrent plan reviews with Coconino County to ensure code compliance.
Please visit the Sedona Fire District’s website at: https://www.sedonafire.org/fire-prevention/plan-development-review/
Sedona Fire District Amendments to the Wildland and Urban Interface Codes can be located here: https://www.sedonafire.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/SFD-2018-Wildland-Urban-Interface-Amendments.pdf