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Toys For Tots Last Day
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Christmas Eve Town Hall Closed
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The primary responsibility of the Fire Prevention Bureau is to enforce the New Jersey
State Fire Code, ensuring that the residents and firefighters of Parsippany are
given the proper level of protection. The Bureau, through public education, code
enforcement and emergency response, provides the public with protection of life
property and the environment.
Working Smoke Detectors Save Lives
Request for Residential Smoke Detector/Carbon Monoxide Detector/Fire Extinguisher
Inspections: (Payment by check or money order at time of inspection to: Township
1. Request for a CSDCMDC received more than ten (10) business days prior to the
change of occupancy: $50.00
2. Request for a CSDCMDC received four (4) to ten (10) business days prior to the
change of occupancy: $75.00
3. Request for a CSDCMDC received fewer than four (4) business days prior to the
change of occupancy: $125.00
4. Re-inspection Fee for CSDCMDC: $50.00
Fax: (973) 334-0307
Maintenance of smoke detectors is very important:
If all the bedrooms in your house are located in one centralized area.
If all the bedrooms in your house are not located in one centralized area.
If you have a multi-level house.
OPEN ROOM ACCESS HOMES
If you have a multi-level house with open room access.
Proper placement of a carbon monoxide detector is important. If you are installing
only one carbon monoxide detector, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
recommends that it be located near the sleeping area, where it can wake you. Additional
detectors on every level and in every bedroom of a home provide extra protection.
When considering where to place a carbon monoxide detector, keep in mind that although
carbon monoxide is roughly the same weight as air, it is produced from incomplete
combustion of heating and cooking appliances. If this is the case, carbon monoxide
will rise with the warmer air.
Homeowners should remember not to install carbon monoxide detectors directly above
or beside fuel-burning appliances since they can emit a small amount of carbon monoxide
Acting Fire Official:
Joseph P. Serrecchia Sr.
Robert G. Schmitt
Parsippany Community Center
1130 Knoll Road
Parsippany-Troy Hills Town Hall
1001 Parsippany Boulevard
Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ 07054
T: (973) 263-7166
F: (973) 334-0307