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Yes we do! Please call 407-585-1422 to schedule a day/time or complete and return the Public Interest Form.
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There are many different types of businesses from preschools to dance studios to doctors offices and they all have different needs and requirements. In an effort to help new and perspective business owners get started, the City of Lake Mary created a program called the "First Step Process". This process allows the business owner or developer to meet with all the City departments (Zoning, Building, Fire, and Public Works) at once to have all their questions answered. You may call 407-585-1362 for additional information.
We can provide you with the information from the latest fire inspection. Please contact the Fire Prevention Division at 407-585-1374.
The Fire Department does not provide or recertify fire extinguishers. You will need to call a local fire extinguisher company to have them recertified.
We are looking for many fire and life safety hazards or anything that has the potential to be a hazard to employees, visitors or responding emergency personnel. While every building and business is different due to the operation and contents, we have assembled a list of the most common things we look for. This is only a partial list but should help you understand the kinds of things we are looking for and/or help you prepare for your inspection. Inspection Checklist
We do not provide birthday parties at the fire station; however we will bring the fire truck to your party if it is located within the City limits of Lake Mary. Please call 407-585-1422 for additional information or complete and return the Public Interest Form.
We understand that some detectors are located very high on ceilings or residents are physically unable to check their alarms, so we will be happy to assist you with checking your alarm and/or changing the battery. Please contact us to schedule a date/time at 407-585-1422 or complete and return the Public Interest Form.
We do have a program that provides smoke alarms to those residents who cannot afford to purchase one on their own. If you are in need of a smoke alarm for your home, please contact us at 407-585-1374 for additional information or complete the Public Interest Form.