Issuance of Fire Safety Permits

  • Blasting
  • Explosives, fireworks
  • Open Burning or bonfires
  • Group overnight stays in public buildings
  • Hot work such as asphalt kettles, open flames at public gatherings, handling
  • of flammable and combustibles
  • Use of flame producing device used in conjunction with paint removal or sealing of membrane roofing

To name a few, all require a permit before engaging in the above-related activities. Notify the Fire Marshal’s office if you are not sure if the activity in which you intend to engage requires a permit.

Fire Incident Report. Rendered in connection with a Fire Department response.

The Bureau seeks to enhance awareness of Fire Safety by education and disseminating advice to civic and fraternal groups, courtesy fire safety inspection of residences, providing fire marshal services at community oriented events, and supplying FREE smoke detectors to those in need and are unable to provide for them.