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Permit Information

** NOTICE **

Certain Fire Prevention Fees and Services are Changing
 January 1, 2014

Learn More Here

The Seattle Fire Department administers fire and life safety regulations for all properties within the Seattle city limits.  Permits must be obtained from the Fire Department for special events, public assembly occupancies, storage or use of hazardous materials, hazardous operations such as hot work and spray finishing, storage of high-piled combustible materials and a wide variety of other activities where a fire or life safety hazard may exist.

This section is designed to assist you in determining whether or not a fire permit is required for your operation and to guide you through the application and inspection process when a permit is needed.

 

Designated Marine Facilities

1)  Marine Hot Work Facilities
2)  Marine Refueling Facilities

 

Permit Required Confined Space Information

This information is for any individual, group of individuals, contractor or employer that makes entry into permit required confined spaces inside the City of Seattle.

Confined Space User Info MS Word

Confined Space User Info PDF

 

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Last Modified:   December 11, 2013

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