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Fire Prevention Division

Fire Inspector/educator:Lieutenant Mike Kufrovich – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fire Investigator: Lt. Craig Wells – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
The Fire Prevention Division is responsible for providing inspection services to the City of Hahira. The services include:
  • Pre-construction site plan review
  • Construction final inspections
  • Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Program
  • Fire Code Enforcement
  • Issue violations notices where appropriate
  • Conduct re-inspection
  • Handle citizen complaints regarding fire safety hazards
  • Fire Investigations
  • Fire Safety Education
  • Conducts free home smoke detector giveaway program.

Code Enforcement
The Fire Prevention division enforces applicable provisions of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Life Safety Code, International Building Code, and the City of Hahira Code of Ordinances for the public.
The Bureau conducts annual fire inspections on commercial buildings to assure the building meet all requirements, of national, state, and local codes.

Plan Review
The Fire Prevention Division also reviews all new and existing building plans for construction services. All plans are examined to assure that they meet all requirements of national, state, and local codes. Once the plans are reviewed and the construction site is inspected, fire system tested and approved, a certificate of occupancy is issued.

Fire Investigation
The Fire Investigator handles all investigations of suspicious and arson fires within the City of Hahira. The Fire Investigator responds to incidents involving:
  • Fires believed to be intentionally set
  • Fires involving juveniles
  • Fires involving fatality
  • Fires involving high dollar loss
  • Acts of terrorism (i.e. fire bombing, structural sabotage)
  • Hazardous Condition of an occupancy representing an immediate threat to life safety (i.e. assembly overcrowding, blocked exits, building collapse, compromised fire protection and detection systems, etc)