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The 2010 California Residential Code effective, January 1,2011, requires all new dwellings, dwelling units, and one and two family townhomes to be equipped with an Automatic Fire Sprinkler system complying with NFPA 13D, as modified by the California State Fire Marshall.

Newly Added:
We have added a Residential Fire Sprinkler Checklist to assist you with your New Residential Permit submittal. Plumas County is in an area subject to freezing; therefore protecting piping from freezing needs to be considered in developing your sprinkler plans.

Fire Sprinkler Submittal Checklist

Antifreeze Solutions in Residential Structures 

Residential Fire Sprinkler Companies

Below are links providing additional information regarding Residential Fire Sprinklers:

Below is the link to the 2010 California Residential Code on the International Code Council's website. Please note: Once at that page you will need to scroll down to the bottom of the web page. From there click on the down arrow to scroll to the next sub-section. You will have to do this for each sub-section, however, you can copy and paste each sub-section into a new blank Word document to build one complete section.

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