The primary mission of the Coral Springs Fire Inspection Division is to enforce Fire and Life Safety Codes in the city.
Fire Inspection of Buildings: The Inspection Division enforces applicable provisions of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Life Safety Codes and Standards, Florida Fire Prevention Code and the City of Coral Springs Municipal Code of Ordinances as it relates to life safety enforcement for the public.
The division consists of the Fire Marshal, Captain, Plans Examiner, 5 Fire Inspectors, 1 full time and 1 part-time office assistant.
The division performs approximately 6,350 annual fire inspections on all commercial and residential properties of three or more living units, as mandated by the fire code. All fire inspectors are State of Florida certified firefighters and fire safety inspectors, as well as certified by Broward County Board of Rules and Appeals.
Plan Review: Inspectors assigned to plan review examine building plans of new construction as well as alterations to existing buildings. The review of plans may consist of fire alarm systems, fire sprinkler systems, fire suppression systems, exits, storage and propane gas line and tanks. Plans must be approved prior to permit being issued by the Building Department.
Fire Investigations: Fire Safety Inspectors conduct fire investigations to determine origin and cause of a fire scene. They also work in conjunction with the State Fire Marshal’s Office and Coral Springs Police Department.
Other Inspections Performed:
- Assisted Living Facilities
- Family Group Homes
- Child Home Day Cares
- Public/Private Schools
- Fire Alarm Systems
- Fire Sprinkler Systems
- Fire Suppression Systems
- Fire Pump Test
- Fire Hydrant Flow Test
- Smoke Evacuation Test