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|Phone: 757-382-6566||Fax: 757-382-8313||Email: email@example.com|
|Address: 304 Albemarle Drive, Chesapeake, VA 23322|
The Fire Prevention Division is responsible for fire safety code enforcement, fire investigations, and public education.
If you have experienced a loss from fire, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a fire report. To have it faxed or mailed, please include your fax number or address. If you do not have email, call us at 757-382-6566 and we will take care of your request.
Fire and Life Safety Inspection Program
The Fire Prevention office conducts fire and life safety inspections of businesses to keep you safe and ensure compliance with the Statewide Fire Prevention Code. Find out more about our inspection program.
The Fire Prevention Office reviews plans for all buildings and building alterations the involve fire protection systems to ensure compliance with the Statewide Fire Prevention Code.
The Fire Prevention office charges fees to cover the review process including the research of all necessary code(s) and standard(s) to verify compliance, actual review of the plan, time spent consulting with contractors, developers, engineers and/or architects and field inspections. This fee must be paid prior to any plan being accepted for our review.
The fire prevention office handles all investigations for suspicious fires and incidents of hazardous materials, explosive devices, bomb threats, threats to burn, and other offenses. We work diligently to find the cause of every fire in Chesapeake and keep you safe.
Education and Fire Life Safety
We oversee education programs about fire safety and do presentations to school groups, senior citizens, and others. We have a Juvenile Firesetters Program to work with children who have been caught setting fires and an Adventure Intervention Mentor Program that works with high risk children to reduce the rate of recurrence of incidents involving fire.