|Fire Related Permit Information and Applications|
* The 2009 Edition of the International Fire Code has been adopted and will take effect on January 1, 2013.*
For ALL questions regarding fire codes or inspections, please utilize the following e-mail address:
In order for Fire Department staff to perform accurate research, and provide the most accurate answers, all questions must be accompanied by a business name and address.
This is the method by which ALL questions will be answered. Staff will make every effort to respond to all questions within 1 business day.
Application forms have changed, and are subject to change in the future. To insure use of the most up to date form, and acceptance of submittals, please download the appropriate form from this site each time making a submittal. All forms were updated on 9-26-13.
Spray Booth Permit Application - *New*
FIRE CODE GUIDELINES:
RULINGS & INTERPRETATIONS:
Outdoor burning within the City of Conroe is illegal. Chapter 30 of the City of Conroe Code of Ordinances states “No person shall burn or authorize the burning of any rubbish, trash, waste, leaves, weeds, grass, lumber or any other combustible materials in the city.” Persons found violating this ordinance may be issued a citation and assessed a fine up to $2,000. OTHER THAN IN THE SITUATION DESCRIBED BELOW, THERE IS NO AVAILABLE PERMIT, OR EXCEPTION, FOR THIS ACTIVITY.
For purposes of new construction, Chapter 30 of the City of Conroe Code of Ordinances states “After issuance of the proper permit by the code official, a person may conduct a one-time burning of weeds, grass and timber on property located in the city in order to clear the property for construction.”
Issuance of a construction clearing burn permit will be contingent on the following:
Fireworks are illegal within the City of Conroe. Chapter 30 of the City of Conroe Code of Ordinances states “…it shall be unlawful for any person to possess, store, offer for sale, sell at retail, or use or explode any fireworks within the corporate limits of the City of Conroe and within the area immediately adjacent and contiguous to the city limits and extending outside the city limits for a distance of 5,000 feet…”
Persons found violating this ordinance may be issued a citation and assessed a fine up to $2,000, and have their fireworks confiscated.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 10 October 2013 15:19|