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Fire Marshal Office Hours:
No specific hours, please call.
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Safety is our goal!
Protecting Burlington's Residents, Homes, and Businesses
Burning Permits are now online, a $30.00 fee will be charged for each permit. Click here to apply for a burning permit.
Burlington's Fire Marshal's Office does a great deal all year long to keep residents and visitors in Burlington safe from fire hazards. Working with other departments inside the community - especially the Building Department - the Fire Marshal is responsible for many things including:
- Inspection of all public buildings and facilities regulated by the Connecticut State Fire Safety Code
- Investigate cause, origin and circumstance of all fires and explosions
- Issue permits for the use and transportation of explosives
- Notification to the Labor Commission of fire hazards found in manufacturing establishments
- Inspect all cargo tank vehicles and issue certificates of approval
- Inspect all gasoline services stations
- Inspect certain flammable and combustible storage tank installations
- Inspect and enforce regulations concerning storage, use and transportation of liquefied petroleum and natural gas
- Other hazardous materials inspection
- Inspect and regulate all fireworks and special effects displays
- Inspect and enforce requirements regarding sale and use of sparklers and fountains
- Inspect tents (along with building official) as needed
- Conduct review of plans and specifications for various occupancies and facilities being proposed within the town
- Other various inspections as needed
- Approve and issue burning permits of brush on residential property. Permits may be found by clicking this link. A $30.00 fee will be charged for each permit.
If you have any questions, please contact us directly. All calls will be returned promptly within one business day.
|Tim Tharau||Fire Marshal|
|Deven Yudelson||Deputy Fire Marshal|