The Florida Fire Prevention Code is adopted by the State Fire Marshal at three year intervals as required by Chapter 633.202, Florida Statutes. This complex set of fire code provisions are enforced by the local fire official within each county, municipality, and special fire district in the state. The county, municipality or special district in which you reside may also have local amendments applicable only to your community.
If you have a specific question regarding the Florida Fire Prevention Code or how it affects a specific building, occupancy or place of residence, please contact your local fire official. You may access the Florida Fire Prevention Code by clicking on the link below:
Local Amendments to the Florida Fire Prevention Code
You may access any local amendment affecting your community by clicking on the "Local Amendments" link below. Local amendments are enforceable only by the local jurisdiction and may not be appealed to the State Fire Marshal.
The Division has filed a Notice of Change on Rules 69A-3 and 69A-60. Please see the notices below for more information.
Interested persons can seek and receive an informal non-binding opinion on requests involving questions related to the Florida Fire Prevention Code through the FFMIA
To participate as a member of the Fire Code Interpretations Committee, print this form, complete the form, and return it to the State Fire Marshal. You may mail the form to Belinda Chukes at 200 East Gaines Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0342 or you may attach it to an e-mail to Belinda.Chukes@MyFloridaCFO.com. Member Application for Fire Code Interpretation Committee
The Florida Fire Prevention Code (FFPC) is available for purchase from the Florida State Fire College Bookstore or by contacting:
BNI Building News
990 Park Center Drive, Ste E
Vista, CA 92081-8352
BNi Books Online
You may visit the web site of the National Fire Protections
Association (NFPA) for read only access to the NFPA codes and standards by
clicking here : NFPA Codes . HOWEVER, please note that the NFPA 1 and NFPA
101 are NOT the Florida revised version for the Florida Fire Prevention