Building Inspector Offices in Rock Island County, Illinois

There are 5 Building Inspector Offices in Rock Island County, Illinois, serving a population of 146,205 people in an area of 428 square miles. There is 1 Building Inspector per 29,241 people, and 1 Building Inspector per 85 square miles.

In Illinois, Rock Island County is ranked 2nd of 102 counties in Building Inspector Offices per capita, and 1st of 102 counties in Building Inspector Offices per square mile.

List of Rock Island County Building Inspector Offices

Find Rock Island County, Illinois building inspectors.

East Moline Building Inspector 912 16th Avenue East Moline, IL

Moline Building Inspector 619 16th Street Moline, IL

Moline Building Inspector 3635 4th Avenue Moline, IL

Rock Island Building Inspector 1528 3rd Avenue Rock Island, IL

Silvis Building Inspector 121 11th Street Silvis, IL

About Rock Island County Building Inspectors

The Rock Island County Building Inspector, sometimes referred to as a Building Official, is a Rock Island County or local official responsible for ensuring that all building construction is in compliance with building codes and related regulations in Rock Island County, IL. Building codes establish standards for the construction of buildings and they address virtually all aspects of construction, including design requirements, building materials, electric, plumbing and other trades, parking, and resistance to natural disasters. Building Inspectors are typically employed within a Building or Development Department. A Building Department may have multiple Rock Island County Building Inspectors with a Chief Building Inspector overseeing all inspection activities, while smaller jurisdictions may have a single Building Inspector to conduct all building inspection activity.

You may contact the Building Inspector for questions about:
  • Rock Island County building inspections
  • What Building Inspectors look for
  • Building codes and violations in Rock Island County, IL
  • Building permits and permitting process
  • Building, elevator, and fire code compliance in Illinois