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(a) Except as specified in (b) below, all structures located inside the city limits of a city or town which is divided by the dividing line between inland I and inland II, shall be subject to the Inland II requirements.
(b) Structures located in Corpus Christi shall be subject to the Inland I requirements regardless of whether the city is separated by the dividing line between inland I and inland II.
The following is a list of communities located in Nueces County. The communities have been categorized according to the zone they fall under. If a structure is located in a community or area not shown below, then refer to the county map to determine which zone the structure falls under.
INLAND II- 2006 IBC/IRC with the Texas Revisions, 110 mph 3-second gust design wind speed
INLAND I- 2006 IBC/IRC with the Texas Revisions, 120 mph 3-second gust design wind speed
SEAWARD- 2006 IBC/IRC with the Texas Revisions, 130 mph 3-second gust design wind speed
Mustang Island State Park
Written Description of Dividing Line Between Inland I and Inland II Zones:
Nueces County: Beginning at the Kleberg/Nueces County line intersection with U.S. Highway 77 and continuing northeasterly along U.S. Highway 77 to the intersection of U.S. Highway 77 and the southwestern city limits of the City of Corpus Christi, Texas, following the western city limits of the City of Corpus Christi, Texas north to the Nueces/San Patricio County line.