The Fire Prevention Bureau is responsible for providing inspection services to the community of Ann Arbor as well as investigating all complex, fatal, and suspicious fires including all arsons and fire-related crimes within the City of Ann Arbor. Determining the origin and cause of a fire plays an integral role in preventing future incidents. Bureau personnel remain on call 24 hours a day to respond to fire incidents.
The Fire Prevention Bureau also ensures city buildings are safe for occupants and visitors through its inspection process and educating the public about fire prevention. Visit the "meet our staff" page to access contact information for the Fire Marshal and Fire Inspectors. You may also leave a message in our general voicemail box by calling 734-794-6979 (this line is not staffed daily).
The Fire Prevention Bureau is proud to announce the reoccupation of the building known as Fire Station #2, located at 1510 E. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
The Fire Safety Inspection
Fee Schedule for nonresidential structures was approved by City Council in September 2015. Learn more in the new Fire Safety Inspection Brochure, including the rates, which became effective Jan. 1, 2016.