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Fire Inspections & Permits

*** Effective July 1, 2018 ***

According to Sec. 17.1-45 there has been new changes made to Fire Inspection and Permit Fees and Requirements.

INSPECTION FEES

Commercial unit 0-999 square feet: $50.00

Commercial unit 1,000 – 5,000 square feet: $75.00

Commercial unit 5,000 – 10,000 square feet: $100.00

Commercial unit 10,001 – 20,000 square feet: $125.00

Commercial unit 20,001 – 50,000 square feet: $225.00

Commercial unit 50,001 – 100,000 square feet: $275.00

Commercial unit 100,001 – 200,000 square feet: $325.00

Commercial unit greater than 200,001 square feet: $375.00

FIRE PERMIT FEES

  • Outdoor fireworks display per day of display: $100.00
  • Abandoned storage tanks and underground storage tanks not in use for more than ninety (90) days, per tank: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Aviation facilities for group H or group S occupancy for aircraft servicing or repair and aircrafts fuel-servicing vehicles: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Carnivals and fairs: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Combustible dust-producing operations: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Combustible fibers storage and handling in quantities greater than one hundred (100) cubic feet: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Cutting and welding: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Dry cleaning plants for dry cleaning or to change to a more hazardous cleaning solvent used in existing dry-cleaning equipment: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Demolition: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Explosives or explosive material manufacturing, storage, handling, sale, or use in any quantity: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Fruit and crop ripening: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Fumigation and thermal insecticidal fogging: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Hazardous materials storage, transport, dispensing, or handling: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Hazardous production materials storage: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • High-piled storage exceeding five hundred (500) square feet: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Hot work operations for cutting, welding, brazing, soldering, grinding, thermal spaying [spraying], thawing pipe, installation of torch-applied roof systems or other similar operations: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Indoor fireworks or pyrotechnic display per event: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Industrial ovens: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Liquid- or gas-fueled vehicles or equipment storage in building: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Miscellaneous combustible storage for storage in any building or upon any premises in excess of two thousand five hundred (2,500) cubic feet gross volume of combustible empty packing cases, boxes, barrels or similar containers, rubber tires, rubber, cork or similar combustible material: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Places of assembly including, but not limited to, movie theaters, theaters, restaurants, night clubs, bowling alleys, gyms, skating rinks, swimming pools, bleachers and grandstands: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Repair garages and service stations for automotive, marine and fleet service stations: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Spraying or dipping of flammable or combustible liquids or application of combustible powders: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Temporary membrane structures or tents over two hundred (200) square feet: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Tire rebuilding plants: was $50.00 – now $75.00
  • Waste handling facilities, including wrecking yards and junk yards: was $50.00 – now $75.00