[Ord. 891, passed 9-24-1984; Ord. 1301, passed 5-24-2004]
Fire prevention permit requirements shall adhere to the International Fire Code requirements. Request for a fire prevention permit shall include either an approved set of building plans or a description of the activity to be undertaken.
A fire prevention permit is required for any fire alarm detection system installation or modification to same; any fire suppression system installation or modification to same; installation of fire substation; any public display of fireworks; storage and handling of combustible and/or flammable liquids (including temporary and permanent storage tanks) and hazardous materials; storage and handling of liquified petroleum gases; storage and handling of explosives, ammunition and blasting agents; and bonfires.
Where applicable, a valid permit shall be displayed at all times on the site until such time as construction is completed and final inspection approved.
If a properly completed application for a fire prevention permit is neither approved nor disapproved within 90 days, it shall be deemed approved and the permit shall be executed. A permit may be voided by notifying the holder if:
[Ord. 1301, passed 5-24-2004]
Violation of article.
Disposition of penalties. The amount of the penalty shall be forwarded to the entity with enforcement jurisdiction.