|Tuesday - November 04, 2014
|Wednesday - November 05, 2014
Board of Supervisors' Mtg.
|Thursday - November 06, 2014
Budget Work Session
|Sunday - November 09, 2014
Trails and Tails 5K and 1-Mile Walk
|Monday - November 10, 2014
The Fire Marshal enforces all of the provisions of the adopted Fire Prevention Code and receives applications and fees and issue permits in accordance with this Code. The Fire Marshal also inspects the premises that have been issued permits and enforces compliance with all of Fire Prevention Code provisions.
Whenever the Fire Marshal rejects an application or refuses to issue a permit, or if an applicant believes that the provisions of the Fire Prevention Code do not apply or that the true intent or meaning of the Code has been misconstrued, wrongly applied or interpreted, then the applicant may appeal the decision of the Fire Marshal to the Board of Appeals for hearing and action.
Many families gather in the kitchen to spend time together, but it can be one of the most
hazardous rooms in the house if you don't practice safe cooking behaviors. Cooking
equipment, most often a range or stovetop, is the leading cause of reported home fires
and home fire injuries in the United States. Cooking equipment is also the leading cause
of unreported fires and associated injuries.
Here are some safe cooking suggestions.
The delicious deep-fried turkey has quickly grown in popularity but safety experts
are concerned that backyard chefs may be sacrificing fire safety for good taste.
Using a deep-fryer can be dangerous.
Cooking Fire Safety Information
Watch What You Heat
Keep Things That Can Catch Fire and Heat Sources Apart
How and When to Fight Cooking Fires