INSPECTIONS AND PERMITS
FIRE CODES AND LOCAL CITY ORDINANCES
The Centennial Fire District takes pride in building relationships with local business owners and residents through education and prevention. We offer multiple types of permits and inspections. See the sections below to learn more.
Annual Fire Inspections are performed by the Centennial Fire District. The purpose of these inspections is to provide education and prevention tactics to our local businesses and homeowners. Another critical component is to identify Minnesota State Code violations and local City Code violations but also keeping our pre incident plans up to date. These pre incident plans have pertinent information that is valuable to the safety of our firefighters.
Plan reviews are an essential component to the success and safety of a project. The Centennial Fire District performs plan reviews on fuel stations, fire alarm systems, fire suppression systems, and construction drawings to verify compliance with local, state and federal codes. We work closely with contractors and pride ourselves with upholding a transparent and communicative plan review process.
The Centennial Fire District offers a wide variety of permits ranging from controlled burning, outdoor fireworks displays, and more. To apply for a permit please download and fill out the Fire Services Permit Application from the Links and Downloads page. Email the completed form to the Fire Inspector. If there are any questions in regards to which permit you may need, please reach out and we will assist you.
Controlled Burn Permits and Open Burning Permits are available from the Centennial Fire District. Prior to these permits being issued, a Fire Services Permit Application must be filled out and sent to the Fire Inspector. Local and State ordinances may result in the Fire Services Permit Application to be denied. The Fire Services Permit Application can be downloaded from the Links and Downloads page.