Arizona State Fire Marshal


To reduce hazards to life and property through enforcement of the Arizona Fire Codes. The office shall perform its duties by performing inspections and fire investigations, by providing public education and by adopting fire protection codes.






Monday, June 23, 2014; 10:00 A.M. we will be holding a State Fire Safety Committee meeting at :

1110 West Washington, Room 250 (2nd Floor) Phoenix, AZ 85007

For details and agenda click here.



Monday, September 17th, 2012 - The new Fee Schedule will be in effect. (Click here to view the new fees.) Also, we will be requiring the use of the new Permit Application. (Click here to get the new application.)


On June 27, 2012, the State Fire Safety Committee approved a proposal by the Office of the Arizona State Fire Marshal to increase fees. 


Our inspectors have new Phone Numbers as of July 27th, 2012. Please visit Contact DFBLS for current contact information.


Arizona Fireworks

  • Effective December 1, 2010; the sale of and use of Authorized fireworks is permitted in the State of Arizona.
If you wish to sell or use fireworks you must comply with the State Fire Marshal's Fire Standards pursuant to:

A.R.S. §§36-1601 through 36-1610. Click the link below for more information:

Arizona Firework Information



General Information


Fire School

For Fire School information, please visit:


Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) for inspection of state, county and public school buildings: 


MOU does NOT include any underground storage tank as regulated by ADEQ.   


For more information about MOUs or a list of active MOUs click: here.


State Fire Code 

International Fire Code - IFC - 2003 edition
Arizona State Fire Code

Fire Watch 

Fire Watch Procedures

Some jurisdictions contract with private third party service providers.

List of Jurisdictions Currently Contracting for Service


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