Plan Review, Permits and Inspections
The Bullhead City Fire Department only accepts plan reviews through PDF submittal. You may either submit the PDF via email to email@example.com or via jump drive that you deliver to Fire Station #2, 1230 Hwy 95, Bullhead City, AZ 86429 (by appointment only)
This process is designed to make it more efficient, cost effective, and simpler for the developer. It will also aid in reducing the use of paper products and be more environmentally friendly.
The approved application form shall be submitted with the plans via PDF. Payment for the plan review may be made in cash, check, or credit card. You may pay over the phone by calling 928-758-3971.. The standard review time is 14 days from the date payment is received in this office.
We anticipate this new process will benefit all involved and look forward to this being a very successful and easy process. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 928-758-3971.
The Community Risk Reduction Division performs inspections of businesses within the City of Bullhead City to assist business owners in eliminating hazards and maintaining a safe workplace.
LPG PERMIT INFORMATION
Permits are required prior to the installation of Liquid Propane Tanks (LPG). A simple check list shall be completed, and a sketch of the tank’s location shall be drawn by the property owner. After the permit is approved and the tank is installed, the fire department shall be contacted for an on-site inspection.
GENERAL PERMIT INFORMATION
Permits are required for special events, fire protection systems, flammable liquid storage tanks, hazardous occupancies and other uses identified in the International Fire Code adopted by the Bullhead City Fire District. Permit applications are available on line. Permits for new construction or fire protection systems will be obtained through the Bullhead City Building Department.
OPEN BURNING PERMIT INFORMATION
The Bullhead City Fire Department has eliminated all open burning within the fire district except for single owners of properties greater than 5 acres, fire department training fires, cooking fires, and special events that have been approved by the Fire Marshal. Burn permits are required for approved fires and are subject to the permit fee schedule. The permit fee schedule may be found online under permits. An application for a burn permit is required. Specific rules will be addressed when the application has been submitted.
Community Risk Reduction Division
We will review your application and notify you when it has been approved.
If you need assistance, please call 928-758-3971
Office Hours: By appointment only