The fees for any permit required under the provisions of this Article II shall be as set forth in § 14.03 of this city code; however, on new installations where a building permit is secured from the Building and Inspection Division of the city, no fee shall be required in addition to said building permit fee for a permit required under the terms of this Article II.
(a) Life safety system inspection report permit. All life safety system inspection report permits granted under the terms of § 6.23 of this city code shall expire on December 31 of the year for which issued. Permit fees shall not be pro-rated.
(b) Hazardous material inventory statement (“HMIS”) permit. All permits granted for the storage and use of hazardous material above the quantities in §§ 105.6 and 105.7 of the State Fire Code must be renewed annually on or before January 30 of the year for which issued for as long as there is ongoing storage or use of hazardous materials requiring a HMIS on the property.
(c) Operational permit. All operational permits, as defined in this section, must be obtained from the city prior to the commencement of any operation for which a permit is required under § 105.6 of the State Fire Code.
(d) Construction permit. All construction permits, as defined in this section, that are not included as part of a city building code construction permit, must be obtained from the city prior to the commencement of construction.
(e) Licensed day care, licensed home care, licensed foster care permit. No licensed day care, home care or foster care facility shall be operated within the city without first obtaining a fire prevention inspection conducted by the City Fire Marshal and a permit. The permit application under this subsection (e) shall include the initial fire inspection, one follow-up inspection as required and fee per Chapter 14. Inspections will be conducted in conformity with state law, including but not limited to M.S. §§ 299F.011 and 245A.151, as they may be amended from time to time.
(f) Pyrotechnics permit. No indoor or outdoor pyrotechnic display may be conducted without first obtaining from the city, at least 15 days in advance of the date of the display, a special Fire Marshal pyrotechnics permit. The permit process under this subsection (f) shall include: the completion of a permit application containing a site plan that identifies all requirements set forth in the State Fire Code and the National Fire Protection Association standards; a fire inspection report by the City Fire Prevention Division; a list of all pyrotechnic products and pyrotechnics count to be used; a copy of the Minnesota State Fire Marshal certification. Inspections will be conducted in conformity with state law, including, but not limited to, M.S. § 624.20 - 624.25, as it may be amended from time to time.
(1958 Code, § 37.07) (Ord. 141, passed 5-20-1958; Ord. 92-9, passed 2-24-1992; Ord. 2005-32, passed 8-15-2005; Ord. 2017-6, passed 3-20-2017)