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#95132 08/31/05 12:08 PM
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I've noticed that the NFPA created a National Electrical Code for The City of New York, based on the 2002 NEC.

I've contacted the NFPA and N.Y.C. Buildings Department, but to no avail, no returned emails.

What I wanted to know, is if anyone knows if the NFPA created a N.Y.C. book based on the 2005 NEC, or if anyone works in the N.Y.C. area and knows about it.

Thank you.

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The NYC electrical code info is here:


Mark Stetson
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Yeah, I saw that page the other day. What I wanted to know if the NFPA created a book for it, just like this one:

but based on the 2005 NEC.


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There is no compiled NYC electric Code that I know of. The NYC electric code involves you having to have a copy of the 2002 NEC and the list of amendments in Local Law 81.

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