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Permit applications for an assembly event must include a floor plan.
Haunted houses or other similar installations such as fun houses, etc., which are set up for temporary use not to exceed 90 days, and if located inside a structure not designed for this specific use, shall comply with the requirements below.
Permit applications for laser use must include diagrams and drawings of the intended laser use.
A permit is required for use of a lasers needing a federal variance. This includes concerts, theater performances, and other gatherings for entertainment purposes. Violation of these requirements may result in a citation at the time of inspection.
Find out more information here on applying for an outdoor tent permit.
An issued public assembly permit will have code requirements. This is a list of the codes that may be listed and citation information if the codes are not followed.
Information on qualifying rules for obtaining a public assembly permit.
The permit application must be submitted with a floor plan drawn to scale of the area being used for the event.
The Fire Marshal’s Office (FMO) reviews plans based on project due dates that are determined by project type, scope, and the date the plans were taken in for review. The FMO may accept requests for “Applicant Paid Overtime” (APOT) to review projects earlier than the projected due date.
Apply for a fire permit to install, remove or alter fire sprinklers, underground mains, alarms, DAS systems, smoke control systems, and fixed systems.