The purposes of the Electrical Code Advisory Board of Appeals are to recommend to the City Council any new regulations and/or changes to the Electrical Code; to establish standards and procedures for the certification of plant maintenance electricians and authorize certificates of registration to persons meeting the qualifications for certification established by the Board; to interpret the provisions of the Electrical Code where necessary; to adopt reasonable rules and regulations for conducting investigations; and to discipline (restrict, revoke or temporarily suspend) certified maintenance electricians for cause. (City Code Chapter 8, Sec 8-110.3.2)
The Electrical Code Advisory Board of Appeals consists of seven (7) members, qualified by experience or training to make decisions on electrical systems. The membership of the Board is composed of an architect registered in the State of Arizona; an electrical engineer registered in the State of Arizona; an electrical contractor; a representative of a local electrical utility company; a representative of the City of Tempe Fire Department; an electrician actively engaged in electrical wiring; and a representative of the industry who holds a valid maintenance electrician's certificate of registration issued by the City of Tempe.
Terms of service are for three years but members may serve until a successor is appointed. Meetings are held at least once every three months in the City Council Chambers located at 31 East 5th Street.
To view current information and membership, click here.
To access agendas and minutes for meetings prior to 2012, visit the Archives.