Class “C” fireworks can be sold the following dates: June 24 – July 25; December 29 – December 31; two days before and on Chinese New Year’s Eve.
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Yes, all businesses should have an annual inspection from the fire department. Some can be done with a self-inspection form and others will require an in-person inspection.
To schedule an inspection, please call either our Fire Marshal Don Buckley at 385-557-2806 or our Fire Inspector Steve Chaffin at 385-253-0592.
The State of Utah requires that you have a fire sprinkler inspection annually. The inspection is designed to make sure your system is still functioning as required.
The State of Utah requires that you have a fire alarm inspection annually. The inspection is designed to make sure your system is still functioning as required.
Yes, your kitchen hood requires an inspection by a Utah State certified kitchen hood inspector. As well as your hood, it is required to have the duct work cleaned all the way to the roof or where the duct exits the building. This will need to be done by a Utah State certified hood cleaner. Both of these need to be done a minimum of every six months, or more if deemed necessary.
It’s possible, depending on your business. You can contact our Draper Fire Marshal Don Buckley at 385-557-2806 for more information. We have a HAZMAT packet that may assist you in deciding if your type of business may need a permit.
As of our last ISO evaluation in 2018, we are proud to report we have an ISO rating of 2.
A special, temporary license is required to sell fireworks. You may find the application for the permit here.