Fire Code Enforcement And Regulation
Schedule an Inspection
Plans Submittal Information Packet
The Code Enforcement Bureau provides for the life safety of occupants in buildings, structures and facilities, the prevention of fire and the reduction of property losses due to fires. The International Code Council (ICC) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) provides fire codes, some of which have been adopted by the State Fire Marshal Office (SFMO) to assure standardization of life safety concerns. The two primary codes adopted are the ICC International Fire Code 2003 for new construction and NFPA Fire Prevention Code –1 and the 1997 Life Safety Code – 101 for existing facilities. Other NFPA codes are referenced as needed.
- As of August 14, 2017, all PSFA Projects shall have project numbers on plans.
- All Projects with more than one phase shall have each phase of project submitted separately.
- All Final tests shall be pre-tested, and documentation shall be submitted to our office prior to acceptance/test.
- As of April 2019, the NM State Fire Marshal’s Office has adopted the IFC 2015.
- As of July 9th, 2018, all fire extinguisher contractors will be required to fill out the Certificate of Fitness Application. This will cover anything under NFPA-10: Inspections, Servicing and/or new installs.
Certificate of Fitness Application
Certificate of Fitness List of Approved Obtainers
TITLE 10 PUBLIC SAFETY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
Chapter 25 State Fire Marshal Part 6 Safe Handling and Sale of Fireworks
ARTICLE 2C Fireworks Licensing and Safety
Fire Alarm System Record of Completion
Fireworks Application Form 2021
Cigarette Fire Safety Form
Article 2B Fire-Safer Cigarette and Firefighter Protection Act
Other Activities Section
The Fire Marshal’s Office is required to regulate the distribution and sales of fireworks in New Mexico. The office also conducts training to assist local jurisdictions regulate sales and distribution.