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No, the City amended our ordinance so that a fire inspector is no longer required to be on site during any fire protection systems annual testing. The fire contractor is required to upload inspection reports to The Compliance Engine and our fire inspectors will review the reports and follow up on any deficiencies.
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Schedule all permit-associated inspections in eTRAKiT. To schedule a fire final for a building permit or a certificate of occupancy inspection or reinspection, call Building Safety at (940) 349-8600. To schedule a fire safety inspection that is not associated with a permit, call (940) 349-8863.
If the inspection is related to a permit, the permit applicant must schedule the inspection. Residents can schedule any inspections related to foster care. Business owners can schedule their annual fire inspections.
Ideally, a fire inspector will conduct an inspection of every business in the City of Denton annually. Higher hazard occupancies may be inspected more frequently. Fire inspectors will also conduct code check inspections any time a complaint has been made.
View the Fee Schedule (PDF).
The Compliance Engine is a third-party company the City of Denton has contracted with to streamline the review of fire protection system deficiencies.