|Fire Prevention Bureau|
SPECIAL NOTICE DURING EMERGENCY ORDER 103 REGARDING COVID-19
ALL CCO INSPECTIONS WILL BE COMPLETED THROUGH A VERIFICATION LETTER (PREFERABLY FROM AN ATTORNEY OR USING THE FORM ON THE LINK PROVIDED BELOW) ATTESTING THAT ALL REQUIRED SMOKE AND CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS ARE IN CORRECT LOCATION AND ARE IN PROPER WORKING ORDER AND A FIRE EXTINGUISHER IS WITHIN 10 FEET OF KITCHEN.
PLEASE SUBMIT PROPER CCO FORMS BY EMAIL(BELOW) OR MAIL OR CALL WITH PAYMENT TO START THE PROCESS, TCCO FEES WILL BE WAIVED DURING THIS TIME IF REQUIRED.
ALL COMPLAINT BASED FIRE INSPECTIONS WILL BE INVESTIGATED UNDER EMERGENCY GUIDELINES PROVIDED BY DFS.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING
GLENN TURNER-FIRE OFFICIAL
Seventy percent of fire-related deaths occur in homes not equipped with a smoke alarm, or in homes where the smoke alarm was not operable, due to a missing or dead battery. The Fire code now requires all battery operated smoke detectors to have a 10 year sealed battery. All old detectors should be replaced immediately. For more information click link below
One of the key messages of fire safety education is that smoke alarms are designed to provide early warning of a fire, allowing sufficient time to reach safety. Get out and stay out and know 2 ways out.
201 Broad Street
Department Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Monday through Friday
We will try to accommodate late afternoon, early evening CCO Inspections as necessary
The Fire Prevention Bureau is responsible for Continued Certificate of Occupancies(CCO) in all residential change of tenancy(Rentals) and transfer of deeds(Resales). The CCO includes the NJ Uniform Fire Code Certificate of Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxode Detector Compliance. A Temporary CCO will be issued at the Fire Official's discretion only when the property is unoccupied, complies with NJAC 5-70-4.19 for smoke alarms. The TCCO wil be non-transferable.
The Fire Prevention Bureau will also be handling the registration of all 1 and 2 family rental dwellings, but will not be conducting the five year Housing Inspections.
Click on one of the links below for the appropriate information and forms.
Remember...Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors SAVE LIVES!