Permits & Inspections

  1. Burn Permit Application (PDF)

    Access the online Burn Permit Application to initiate the permit process.

  2. Carbon Monoxide Alarm Requirements

    In accordance with State law, existing residential structures must be equipped with carbon monoxide alarms no later than January 1, 2013.

  3. Certification of Fire Watch

    A fire watch is the action of an on-site person whose sole duty is to watch for the occurrence of fire. When required by the Fire Department, the building owner (or their representative) will be required to provide a fire watch until the system is repaired

  4. Burn Permit Information

    You no longer need to stop into one of our fire stations to have a permit signed. Now you can download this information, but before you download, understand the guidelines first!

  5. Fire Alarm Fees

    New or Tenant Improvement Fire Alarm, Detection Review and Inspection Fees for Eastside Fire & Rescue.

  6. Fire Alarm Submittal Requirements

    Requirements for Fire Alarm Submittal.

  7. Fire Inspection Information

    The mission of the Fire Prevention Bureau is to prevent loss of life and property caused by fire and/or explosions, to enforce the provisions of legally adopted fire codes, ordinances and nationally recognized standards.

  8. Fire Lane Requirements

    Every second counts when it comes to saving a life. That is why it is so important to have well marked and clear fire lanes. So your firefighters can have clear and easy access to the building and fire hydrants.

  9. Online Burn Permit Application (PDF)

    Access the online Burn Permit Application to initiate the permit process.

  10. Permit Instructions & Requirements

    See details on various fees, requirements and permits.