Temporary Power shall be requested by the project contractor or other appointed representative. The Fire Marshal will inspect the project for compliance with Temporary Power requirements and issue Temporary Power for 30 days. In the event that a time extension is needed it is the responsibility of the project contractor or other appointed representative to request for a
Temporary Power Extension which will be issued for an additional 30 days. In the event that a Temporary Power becomes expired the project contractor or other appointed representative will be contacted by the Fire Marshal informing them that Temporary Power is expired and they need to request a extension. Failure to request a Temporary Power Extension after being notified will result in power being pulled from Location.
Minimum Temporary Power Requirements
- Address must be posted and clearly visible in case of emergency. No less than 4 inches in height on the structure, mailbox, or curb, and in sharp contrast to its background.
- Facility must meet appropriate minimum life safety code requirements.
- Hydrants and all required sprinkler systems must be WET and operational.
- Fire apparatus access roads shall have an unobstructed width of not less than 20 feet.
- Fire apparatus access roads shall be designed and maintained to support the imposed loads of fire apparatus (Capable of supporting 30 tons) and shall be surfaced so as to provide all-weather driving capabilities.