Fire Inspection staff is responsible for code compliance in new and existing buildings throughout the community. This includes:
- Conducting fire safety and prevention education
- Conducting initial and ongoing annual inspections
- Investigating fires
- Issuing permits
- Reviewing fire code complaints
- Reviewing plans
Report a fire code violation
Email Maple Grove Fire Inspections to submit fire code violations.
A fire watch log sheet (PDF) needs to be completed for any business experiencing issues with a system that would require it being disabled for a period of time.
Fire protection system inspection, testing, and maintenance
All fire protection systems in the City of Maple Grove are required by the fire code to be inspected, tested, and maintained on regular intervals. View the Minnesota State Fire Code for required inspections and timelines. Inspections ensure the system will operate properly in the event of an incident as well as ensuring a safe environment is provided by minimizing the risk of life and property loss.
The City of Maple Grove contracts with Brycer, LLC to help manage the fire protections systems inspection, testing and maintenance program. All contractors who perform inspection, testing, and maintenance services of fire protection systems are required to electronically submit all complaint and non-complaint reports to the department.
Tracked fire protection systems
Fire protections systems electronically tracked by the Maple Grove Fire Department include:
- Active smoke control system
- Automatic closing fire assemblies
- Automatic fire sprinkler
- Commercial kitchen hood cleaning
- Commercial kitchen hood suppression
- Emergency generator
- Emergency radio responder coverage system
- Fire alarm system
- Fire escape
- Fire pump
- Five-year sprinkler obstruction
- Private hydrant system
- Special suppression
- Spray booth
Contractors are required to submit test results to the Maple Grove Fire Department on behalf of their customers.