Fire Prevention Division

Fire Prevention Division

Fire Prevention Bureau

DUE TO THE COVID-19, THE FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU'S PHYSICAL OFFICE IS CLOSED THROUGH AT LEAST June 30, 2020.  STAFF, HOWEVER, IS WORKING WITHIN THE PROVISIONS OF THE COUNTY'S SHELTER-IN-PLACE ORDER TO MEET CUSTOMER AND COMMUNITY NEEDS. 

Staff is primarily working from home and is available by phone/voicemail and email.  Field inspections for construction projects are being conducted.

Annual inspections are on hold at this time.  

Pleasanton is only accepting construction plans electronically.  Livermore is accepting plans only by mail.

The Alameda County Shelter-in-Place order now allows all construction project to proceed as long as the Construction Project Safety Protocols are followed.

LPFD has established inspection protocols for construction inspections.  Inspections will be terminated if these protocols are not followed.

 

The State Fire Marshal has issued a statement on the inspection, testing and maintenance of fire and life safety systems (automatic fire suppression, fire alarm systems, etc.) 

 

 

The Fire Prevention Bureau (FPB) is dedicated to protecting people, property and the environment from fires and hazardous materials incidents in the cities of Livermore and Pleasanton. 

The FPB program works to ensure compliance with minimum standards contained in:

  • the California Fire Code
  • portions of the California Building, Electrical, and Mechanical Codes
  • the fire safety provisions of Title 19 of the California Code of Regulations.
  • The Unified Program (CUPA)

We are located at:

Fire Headquarters

3560 Nevada St., Pleasanton CA 94566

Main Phone Number: 925-454-2361

Fire Prevention Staff Contact Information

 Click the links below for more information: 

  • Standards and Handouts
  • Plan review and construction services
  • Businesses in the community
  • Property management
  • Residents and general public
  • Annual Vegetation Management program
  • Wildfire
  • Special Events (including tents)

Click the links below to:

Carbon Dioxide Presentation PowerPoint