This section is to help you understand the intent of the CID law as it pertains to
submitting your non-structural, non-seismic plans to your local building department, and what to do if your plans are denied.
The Q & A about CIDís may help your local building official understand what a Certified Interior Designer is, and why you are qualified to submit your non-structural, non-seismic construction drawings for Plan Check.
The Senate letter, written by Senator William A. Craven
explains to California Building Officials the intent of the Certified Interior Designers law and how it applies to the Plan Check process in California.
The Plan Check Denial form is to be used by a Certified
Interior Designer when you encounter a problem when submitting plans at your local building department.