Fire Marshal

The Fire Marshal’s Office (FMO) has the primary responsibility of coordinating, conducting, or investigating the following:

  • Business Inspections
  • Day Care and Home Day Care Inspections
  • Fire Lane Violations
  • Foster Home Inspections
  • Hazardous Materials Releases and Environmental Incidents
  • Illegal Use of Fireworks
  • Investigation of Fires to Determine Origin and Cause
  • Life Safety Complaints
  • Plan Reviews
  • Public Education Programs
  • School Inspections

Fire Investigation & Prevention

The FMO investigates fires for origin and cause, and is responsible for filing appropriate criminal charges that may arise from an investigation. Fire prevention activities include business/commercial inspections, review of new building plans, and design approval of fire alarm and sprinkler systems. 

Public Safety

Fire safety public education programs are presented year-around by request from the public. The FMO also monitors fire lane parking violations, illegal use of fireworks, life safety violations and issues citations as warranted.

NO PARKING FIRE LANE TOW AWAY ZONE Curb Marking (JPG)