The current fee for a fire inspection is $50.00. A re-inspection fee of $50.00 will also be charged on the 2nd visit and every inspection thereafter. Any business that uses, stores or manufactures regulated amounts of hazardous materials or uses a hazardous process may require a permit. A business with small amounts of hazardous materials as outlined under the Fire Prevention Code may be exempt. Any hazardous chemicals that are categorized under sera title III and exceed their storage limit must be reported to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). Documentation that this has taken place must be kept on site for review by the FPB.
Please see our permits flyer for additional info
As of July 1st 2014 re-inspection fees have been raised to $50.00 and will be charged after the 2nd re-inspection
As of 4/14/14 the Fire Prevention Bureau will no longer generate an invoice for any fees associated with a fire inspection. There will be no hard copy left on site with a responsible party. All fee invoices will be mailed from the Treasurer’s Office. Please contact their office with any billing inquiries at 757-385-4242.
All other applications and permit fees still need to be filled out and turned into our office. This includes: vehicle displays, fireworks, bonfires, Underground Tank Removals (UST’s), pit burns, fumigations, and tents over 900sqft.