Life safety and property protection are the primary goals of the Chandler Fire Prevention Division. Fire Prevention personnel perform inspections of businesses within the City of Chandler to assist business owners in eliminating hazards and maintaining a safe workplace. The Fire Prevention Division is responsible for enforcing City Council adopted codes and ordinances, issuing various permits, follow-up on citizen complaints in regards to possible hazards, and maintaining records for businesses in the City. Fire Prevention also conducts Fire Investigations. They are frequently assigned to determine the cause and origin of fires. Members of the division assist other departments throughout the Valley through mutual aid agreements. Any arson activity can be reported to the Arson Hotline at 1-800-352-7766.
Inspections and Permits
If you have any questions or want to schedule an inspection, please contact Fire Prevention at 480-782-2121 and be prepared to provide the following information: type of inspection requested, type of business, name of business, address and phone number of business, contact name and number.
Permits are required for:
- Hazardous Materials
- Special Event Fireworks Displays
- Temporary Membrane Structure/Tents
- Open Flame/Open Burning
- Carnivals and Fairs
The City of Chandler is currently using the 2015 International Fire Code (IFC) with City Amendments. A copy of the IFC with City Amendments can be found at the City Clerk's Office, Chandler City Hall, 175 S. Arizona Avenue, Chandler.
Fire Protection Contractors
Chandler Fire maintains a list of approved fire protection contractors who provide installation, maintenance, repair and inspection services to the general public. Contractors not on the Fire Protection Contractors List are prohibited from doing business in the City of Chandler. If you would like a copy of this list or want to apply to be added to this list, please contact the Fire Prevention Bureau at 480-782-2121 or email email@example.com.
Plan Review Guides
Chandler Fire has several Plan Review Guides and Standard Details available online to assist you with your plan review submittals.
To submit a plan for review or to ask questions about plan reviews, please call Planning Services at
Reports can be requested for all of the following: Fire Reports, Occupancy Inspection Reports, Environmental Reports, Hazardous Materials Incidents, Spills, Underground Tanks, Aboveground Tanks, Vaulted Tanks.
Arizona law regulates when and where consumer fireworks can be bought, sold and used in the state. The use of permissible consumer fireworks is prohibited on all publicly owned or managed land, buildings and facilities, including but not limited to: City offices and facilities, public parks, public parking lots, public school buildings and facilities, public retention basins, roads, streets and sidewalks.