If the Fire Marshal finds violations, do I get a warning or a summons?
If the violation is not considered a life safety hazard, you will have a certain amount of time to correct the problem. If the problem is a life safety hazard, or if the inspection history reveals a repeating problem, the fire marshal may issue you a summons. If you are given time to comply, the fire marshal will come back for a re-inspection. All violations should be corrected as soon as possible, even if the Fire Marshal indicates that they may not be back immediately for the re-inspection.
BR>For additional information, please call the Fire Marshal Office at 631-702-2919

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1. I had a fire in my home, how can I get a copy of the fire report?
2. Why do the fire marshals perform business inspections?
3. What are some of the things the fire marshal looks for when inspecting a business?
4. If the Fire Marshal finds violations, do I get a warning or a summons?
5. What should I do if I receive a Notice of Violation?
6. How do I report a violation?
7. Can I make an anonymous complaint?
8. What happens after I make my complaint to the Fire Marshal?
9. How do I obtain copies of violations on a piece of property?
10. Do I have to renew operating permits every year?
11. Am I allowed to burn a fire in a barrel in my yard?
12. How do I apply for a tent permit?
13. I am having a party/event. Where can people park?
14. Do I need permit for my party, wedding, or special event?