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Friday, September 26th 2003, 10:09am

by Rays Sprinklers

Any time!!

Thursday, September 25th 2003, 7:28pm

by segask


Thursday, September 25th 2003, 11:28am

by Rays Sprinklers

I would guess you would call the city....i have never obtained local code online.......try calling and ask if it is possible

Wednesday, September 24th 2003, 6:30pm

by segask

how do I find my local code requirements online?

I live in San Diego, CA. I was trying to see if codes for my city are online. I have to call the city I guess? I'm just a DIY'er, not a contractor.