What happens if I do not correct my deficiencies?

If the deficiencies are not corrected by the time of your first re-inspection visit, additional compounding fees will be assessed until the deficiencies are corrected. There is a large number of businesses throughout the community that require fire safety inspections and if a reduction in the number of follow-ups can be accomplished, the more business that can be inspected on a regular basis.  

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1. What is the Fire Safety Inspection Program?
2. Does the Fire Safety Inspection Program apply to me?
3. What areas are included in my inspection?
4. How is my Fire Safety Inspection fee calculated?
5. How much is the fee?
6. Do other fire departments charge inspection fees?
7. Who will be responsible for paying the fee for the inspection? Business Owner or Building Owner?
8. What will happen if violations are found?
9. What happens if I do not correct my deficiencies?
10. How do I benefit from this program?
11. How can I best prepare for my inspection?
12. Who can I call if I have questions about this program?