Fire Code, Inspections, and Permits
The City of Irving is currently under the International Fire Code, 2015 Edition with Amendments as adopted by Sec. 17-4. (PDF) Opens a New Window. in the Irving, Texas - Land Development Code Opens a New Window. .
For questions concerning the Fire Code for the City of Irving, plan review, or information concerning inspections, please contact Assistant Fire Marshal James Malone.
If you are a registered contractor applying for a fire permit, you can obtain a permit online Opens a New Window. . Call (972) 721-2651 to obtain a password / PIN if you do not already have one. Fire permits include: fire alarm, fire sprinkler, fire main underground and other fire safety related systems.
You can apply, pay for and print your own permit, as well as get results of inspections. If you need help, view the ETrakit online instructions (PDF) Opens a New Window. .
Access the following documents for more information.
You can now order KNOX® Boxes and locks directly from the KNOX® website. Please select IRVING FIRE DEPT as your local department when ordering.View the Knox Box Locks page for more information.
Private Fire Hydrants
Fire hydrants not owned by the City are considered Private Hydrants and must be serviced by the property owner. The Fire Department must be provided with documentation on an annual basis stating private fire hydrants have been tested, inspected and maintained in accordance with NFPA 25. To learn more about this policy, go the the Private Hydrants page.
Tier II Reports
Properties that store hazardous chemicals must submit a Tier II report every year through the Texas Commission on Environment Quality (TCEQ). Go to the TCEQ Tier II Chemical Reporting Opens a New Window. page for more information.