Plans / Inspections / Permits

Plans Submittal Requirements & Process
All plans submitted for permitting must adhere to the current 2009 International Fire Code and the Southern Nevada Amendments to the 2009 International Fire Code. Plans submittals require:
  • 3 copies of a completed application
  • A minimum of 3 copies of the plan in accordance with the guidelines (faxed or emailed submittals will not be accepted)
  • Product data, index sheet listing products used by make and model number, manufacturer data sheets
  • Information for all equipment, devices, material, wire and cable (2 copies)
  • Legend / bill of Material or device count
  • Flow test paperwork
  • Hydraulic calculations (must be shown on plans or provide 3 copies)
  • NICET Level and name
    • Piping Plans - Pipe size, site plan, hazard classification, construction type, sprinkler head / riser / valve configuration and information
    • This list is not intended to be all inclusive of every detail. It is provided to give an overview of the basic plan contents needed for the review
  • Appropriate fee paid by check or exact change
Plans Review & Approval Process
  • You must submit your plans with your application. Only complete sets of plans will be accepted.
  • Plans are forwarded to our contracted fire reviewer. A review of your plans can take up to 1 to 2 weeks depending on the contracted examiners schedule.
  • Swap-outs will not be accepted once the plans have been given to the contracted fire reviewer. The Fire Department will not be responsible for replacing individual plan / specification pages. Once the plans have been given to the reviewer, the plans review must be completed (revisions to a plan cannot be accepted while a current plan is undergoing review).
  • After the plans are approved by our contracted fire reviewer and the Fire Chief, the customer will be notified and must pickup their plans, permit and pay any outstanding fees before inspections can be scheduled.
  • If the plans are not approved, the customer will be notified and new set of revised plans will need to be submitted. Depending on the reviewer’s notations, additional fee will be imposed.