Am I required to submit plans to the Fire Department?

Yes. The Fire Prevention Bureau reviews all plans for commercial construction, remodel or development. The Bureau also reviews plans for fire sprinkler and alarm systems, hazardous processes, subdivision infrastructure, hazardous materials operations, urban-wildland interface and special events. The Departments’s Electrical Safety Division reviews plans for all electrical services and wiring within new construction and any residential over 400AMP.

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1. Can I get an access permit for a levee from the Levee Department?
2. Am I required to submit plans to the Fire Department?
3. Does the Fire Department charge a fee to review plans?
4. Am I required to get permits from the Fire Department?
5. Do I need a permit to install low voltage wiring?
6. Are fire systems contractors required to be licensed?
7. My property is flat. Do I need a grading permit?
8. Do I have to hire an engineer or landscape architect to prepare the drawings for a Grading and Erosion Control Permit?
9. It`s February and I want to install my new septic system soon. Do any seasonal installation restrictions apply?
10. Can I get a septic permit without completing the groundwater monitoring?