Access - 2018 Valuation Threshold Updated In accordance with the 2016 California Building Code Chapter 2 definition of Valuation Threshold, the 2018 valuation threshold has increased to $161,298.00. The amount will be updated again in January 2019.
The Valuation Threshold is an annually adjusted figure used in determining the extent of required path of travel upgrades. Additional information on the valuation threshold for alterations, structural repairs or additions to existing buildings is available on DSA's Valuation Threshold webpage.
Please contact your DSA Regional Office with any questions
The 2017 Valuation Threshold for California Building Code Section 11B-202.4 Path-of-travel requirements in alterations, additions and structural repairs in existing buildings, is $156,162. This amount will be updated again in January 2018. The annual valuation threshold is based on the January 1981 threshold of $50,000 as adjusted using the ENR 20 Cities Construction Cost Index, and as published by Engineering News-Record, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, for January of each year.