Select the type of permit you need:
To apply for a fire alarm permit you must have the following:
To apply for an HVAC Duct Detector permit, you must have the following:
- Know whether the detectors need to be tied into an existing fire alarm control panel OR if you will be installing a stand alone annunciator panel.
- Mechanical permit application submitted to the Building Department.
- Floor plan indicating proposed location of the annunciator panel if the building is not protected by a fire alarm system. The panel must be wall mounted in a constantly attended location with audible, visual and trouble indicators.
- Device specification sheets - Duct Detector
- Device specification sheets - Annunciation Panel (if one is being installed.)
- Fire Detection Permit Application
To apply for a fire sprinkler permit, you must have the following:
- System layout/floor plans (two copies if paper submittal)
- Hydraulic Calculations
- Device Specifications
- Review letter from a Fire Protection Engineer. Required if installing a new system or performing work that is related to an occupancy conversion.
- Fire Suppression Permit Application
To apply for a kitchen hood suppression or a spray booth permit you must have the following:
The Fire Department requires permits to add, modify or remove fire protection systems.
- Submit a complete application package.
- Allow a minimum of two weeks for permit application processing and plan review.
- When a complete submittal is received, plan review generally takes between five and ten business days and is always done sooner if possible.
- Inspections for permitted fire protection systems shall be requested by calling the Fire Department Inspection Request line at 509-585-4352.
- Here is the fee schedule however, there is no plan review fee charged up front, all fees are payable after the plans have been reviewed and approved.