The Fire Marshals Office consists of 6 employees. All employees maintain Certifications in Inspection, Investigation and Law Enforcement.
Develops, implements, directs and supervises a comprehensive fire prevention, fire investigation and public education programs.
Assistant Fire Marshal
Supervises daily inspection activities of Inspectors. Responsible for plans review and installation of new alarm and sprinkler systems. Coordinates Fire Investigation activities. Maintains investigation records; monitors and/or prepares court cases. Generates reports on Fire activities and dollar loss. Performs inspections on commercial properties.
Perform inspections on commercial property including new Alarm and Sprinkler Systems. Responsible for Fire Investigations. Inspectors will maintain appropriate records and documentation regarding inspections and investigations.
All members of the FMO are actively involved in various public education functions.
All members of the OFD are involved in Public Education. The Fire Marshal’s Division has the primary responsibility of promoting, scheduling and documenting education programs.
Last updated: 2/8/2012 4:37:24 PM