2020 Minnesota State Building Codes
View the 2015 Minnesota State Building Codes.
The 2020 Minnesota State Building Code is effective March 31, 2020, except for the Minnesota Mechanical Fuel Gas Code, which is effective April 6, 2020.
It is the minimum construction standard throughout all of Minnesota. Although it is not enforceable by municipalities unless it is adopted by local ordinance, it creates a level playing field for the construction industry by establishing the Minnesota State Building Code as the standard for the construction of all buildings in the state.
Links to view and purchase codes will be added as they become available.
|2020 Minnesota Codes||View code||Where to purchase||Fact sheet|
|Codes overview: Guide to the State
|2020 Minnesota Building Code||View||ICC||Fact sheet|
|2020 Minnesota Residential Code* (English version)||View||ICC||Fact sheet|
|2020 Minnesota Residential Code* (Spanish version)||View||ICC|
|2020 Minnesota Energy Code||View||ICC||Fact sheet|
|2020 Minnesota Accessibility Code||View||ICC||Fact sheet|
|2020 Minnesota Mechanical and Fuel Gas Code||View||ICC||Fact sheet|
|2015 Minnesota Plumbing Code||View||IAPMO||Fact sheet|
|2020 Minnesota Conservation Code for Existing Buildings||View||ICC||Fact sheet|
|2020 Minnesota Fire Code||View||ICC|
|Minnesota Electrical Code||View||Fact sheet|
|2020 Minnesota Building Code Administration||View||Fact sheet|
|2020 Minnesota Provisions to the State Building Code||View||Fact sheet|
|2015 Minnesota Elevator and Related Devices Code||View||Fact sheet|
|Minnesota Solar Energy Systems||View|
|Minnesota Floodproofing Regulations||View View||Fact sheet|
|Minnesota Manufactured Home Code||View||Fact sheet|
|Minnesota Prefabricated Structure Code||View|
|Minnesota Industrialized/Modular Building Code||View View||Fact sheet|
|Minnesota Storm Shelters (Manufactured Home Parks)||View||Fact sheet|
|Minnesota High Pressure Piping Code||View||Fact sheet|
Please note: The detailed version of each code linked above is available here for your convenience. However, the Office of the Revisor of Statutes publishes the official codes.