The City of McKinney Building Inspections Department has earned national accreditation by the International Accreditation Service (IAS).
Accreditation signifies that the department operates under the highest professional and technical standards and provides a high standard of public safety and services to the community. McKinney joins 23 other cities in the United States with this accreditation and is one of three cities in Texas that is accredited.
The IAS used thirteen accreditation categories to assess the city’s building departments. These included basic jurisdictional information, department staff, permitting, budget, construction codes, plan reviews, professional credentials/licenses, inspections, certificate of occupancies, on-site evaluations, annual reports, reevaluation, and complaints/appeals.
Throughout the accreditation process, IAS evaluators rigorously assess critical elements of the building department, such as customer service, code interpretation and enforcement, and fiscal strength.
Tom Muehlenbeck is McKinney’s Interim City Manager.
Rick Herzberger is Chief Building Official for the city.
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