Fire Prevention Bureau Policies

The Fire Prevention Bureau is responsible for all aspects of Community Risk Reduction. The Bureau is involved with maintaining current construction standards, performing wildland urban interface inspections, occupancy inspections, initiating public education and conducting fire investigations. Fire inspections ensure that buildings and fire protection systems are built and maintained according to the applicable codes, as well as all life safety measures are in place. The Fire Prevention Bureau performs fire plan reviews and inspections for fire sprinklers, alarms and other systems. 

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2019 Ordinance #129

Effective January 2023: CFC ORDINANCE #131_adopted and signed 11.9.22

TFPD Policy 400-Administration and Master Fee Schedule

TFPD Policy 401-Fire Inspections

TFPD Policy 402-Operational & Construction Permits

TFPD Policy 408-Alternative Materials & Methods Requests

TFPD Policy 409-Fire District Apparatus Turnaround Slope & Aerial Apparatus Requirements

TFPD Policy 410-Fire Lane Requirements

TFPD Policy 412-Fire Hydrant Color & Spacing

TFPD Policy 413-Fire Watch Services

TFPD Policy 414-Determination of Substantial Remodel for Fire Sprinkler System installation

TFPD Policy 420-Vegetation Management Plans

Link to Fire Safe Marin’s List of Fire Safe & Fire Hazardous Plants

TFPD Policy 424-Alternative Energy Systems-Inspection & Required Signage

SB 1205 Compliance