Volunteer Fire Department — See Ch. 20.
Alarm systems — See Ch. 101.
Uniform construction codes — See Ch. 150.
Electrical standards — See Ch. 171.
False fire alarms — See Ch. 179.
Conduct at fires — See Ch. 193.
Property maintenance — See Ch. 285.
Smoke detectors — See Ch. 324.
ARTICLE I(Reserved) (§ 189-1)
ARTICLE IIUniform Fire Safety (§ 189-3 — § 189-11)
§ 189-1through § 189-2. (Reserved)
§ 189-3Local enforcement.
§ 189-4Designation of local enforcing
§ 189-5Duties of local enforcing agency.
§ 189-6Inspection of life hazard uses.
§ 189-7Organization of local enforcing
§ 189-8Fire Official responsibilities;
§ 189-9Right to appeal.
§ 189-10Additional required inspections
§ 189-11Permit fees.
Pursuant to Section 11 of the Uniform Fire Safety Act (P.L. 1983, c. 383),
The local enforcing agency shall be the Bureau of Fire Prevention in the Fire Department of the Town of Dover.
The local enforcing agency shall enforce the Uniform Fire Safety Act
The local enforcing agency established by § 189-4 of this article shall carry out the periodic inspections of the life hazard uses required by the Uniform Fire Code on behalf of the Commissioner of Community Affairs.
The local enforcing agency established by § 189-4 of this article. which is a part of the Fire Department of the Town of Dover, shall be under the direction, supervision and control of the Fire Official of the Town of Dover.
The Fire Official shall be under the direct supervision and control of the Chief of the Fire Department of the Town of Dover.
The Fire Official shall be subject to civil service laws contained in Title 11 of the Revised Statutes of the State of New Jersey and the regulations adopted thereto.
The Fire Official shall report to the Chief of the Fire Department of the Town of Dover.
Removal from office. The Fire Official may be removed from office pursuant to requirements of Title 11 of the Revised Statutes of the State of New Jersey and regulations adopted pursuant thereto.
Pursuant to Sections 15 and 17 of the Uniform Fire Safety Act,
In addition to the inspections and fees required pursuant to the Uniform Fire Safety Act
|Non-Life Hazard Use||Registration Fee|
|Eating establishments with a maximum permitted occupancy of less than 50 seats in which no alcoholic beverages are consumed||$50|
|Retail stores and other mercantile uses containing (square feet):|
|1 to 1,000||$50|
|1,001 to 5,000||$75|
|5,001 to 9,000||$100|
|9,001 to 12,000||$125|
|12,001 to 15,000||$190|
|15,001 to 18,000||$250|
|Over 18,000, per 10,000 square feet additional||$25|
|Over 50,000 per 10,000 square feet additional||$15|
|Multiple-family dwellings per building (required once every five years) containing (square feet):|
|3 to 10 units||$100|
|11 to 15 units||$125|
|16 to 20 units||$190|
|21 to 25 units||$215|
|26 to 30 units||$250|
|Churches and places of worship||$25|
|Common areas, one fee per building||$50|
|Apartment complex, one fee per building||$100|
Permit types and fees.
|Bowling alley lanes||$166|