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How often will a fire inspector show up to perform and inspection
In 1994, Fire Prevention started a Building Safety Education Program (BSEP) to inspect all commercial establishments in the City of Steamboat Springs. Our mission statement is: To maintain a fire safe community by minimizing life and property loss in the City of Steamboat Springs and the Steamboat Springs Fire Protection District through education and prevention.

The program has three simple goals:

1. To accomplish safety and code compliance through awareness and education.
2. Strive for cooperation and reasonable compliance.
3. To empower building owners/managers to maintain fire safe buildings for their employees and the public alike.

You can expect a fire inspector to perform fire code inspections for a liquor license or marijuana license annually. Fire code inspections for any other commercial building will be done by request, complaint or as manpower allows. To help you understand the items Fire Prevention Services is looking for, we have prepared a Pre-Inspection Guideline.

The form that the fire inspector will use at the time of inspection is a Fire Code Inspection Report. You will be given a copy to retain for your records. We have also created a list of Common Violations and the fire codes they pertain to.

You can view and download these and additional forms under the "Downloadable Permits and Forms" page in this website.

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1. How often will a fire inspector show up to perform and inspection
2. Do I need a permit from Fire Prevention Services
3. Where do I go to get a permit?
4. What are the permit fees?
5. How do I schedule an inspection?
6. Is my building permit from the Building Department the same as a fire permit?
7. What are your policies regarding plans and permit submittals and building permit applications?
8. What is an approved fire pit?