Rep. Larry Hoff appointed to State Building Code Council

Rep. Larry Hoff, R-Vancouver, has been appointed to the Washington State Building Code Council (SBCC) by Acting House Speaker John Lovick. Hoff, who serves as the assistant ranking member on the House Consumer Protection and Business Committee, will represent the House Republican Caucus on the council.

“As someone with a 35-year background in business, I understand how challenging—and costly—it can be to navigate state agency rules and regulations,” said Hoff. “I look forward to working with my fellow members on the council to ensure the state building code makes sense and serves Washingtonians well.”

The SBCC provides independent analysis and objective advice to the Legislature and the governor's office on state building code issues. It also establishes the minimum building, mechanical, fire, plumbing and energy code requirements necessary to promote the health, safety and welfare of the people of Washington by reviewing, developing and adopting the state building code.

“The actions we take will affect developers and consumers in both the short- and long-term, so it's imperative we approach every decision with thoughtfulness and care,” Hoff added. “We must also be mindful of the fact we're facing an affordability crisis that's affecting many of our friends and neighbors. We have an opportunity to be part of the solution through the decisions we make as a council, and I sincerely hope we take advantage of it.”

Hoff's appointment to the SBCC follows on his earlier appointments to the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee, the Future of Work Task Force, and the Financial Education Public-Private Partnership.


Washington State House Republican Communications