Fire Marshal DeptThe Alamance County Fire Marshal’s Office strives to maintain a countywide presence through Fire Code Enforcement, Fire Prevention, Public Education, and Community Service while responding in a timely manner to reported structure fires requiring investigation.

Workload measures 2017/2018
Number of fire inspections conducted by FMO staff: 611
Number of fire code violations found: 187
Number of residential fire investigations conducted by FMO staff: 25
Number of commercial fire investigations conducted by FMO staff: 0
Percentage of fire investigated for which a cause is determined: 80% for March
Number of after hours response for incidents other than structure fires: 30
Updated: 4/23/17

Map locations of all work structure fires that occur in Alamance County75% completed
In Progress
Respond to permit requests within 48 hours 95% of the timecheck
Complete preliminary fire investigation reports within 72 hours 90%of the timecheck
Maintain enhanced system that was created in FY 2016/2017 for fire investigation records retentioncheck
Complete 100%of the General Inspection Inventorycheck
Update Fire Marshal's website to include links to all fire departments in Alamance Countycheck
Complete changeover from paper inspection reports to Surface Pro computers to be able to capture signatures in the field and email inspection reports to the
Track and report the average days to review and approve and/or reject plans that have been submitted3 days average for March In Progress