Affton Fire Protection Services serves the residents of Grantwood Village, Marlborough, Lakeshire, Wilbur Park, Village of Mackenzie, parts of Crestwood and unincorporated St. Louis County.

 


 

 

 

Permit Information

RESIDENTIAL PERMITS

The Affton Fire Protection District issues permits for building construction in Multi Family Dwellings.  Single Family Residential Permits and Inspections are issued by St. Louis County Public Works.  Feel free to contact us with any permit related questions you may have.

COMMERCIAL PERMITS

The Affton Fire Protection District issues permits for building construction, commercial use, blasting, bonfires, and commercial fireworks.

PERMITS

Plans and permit application should be submitted simultaneously with application to St. Louis County.

  • One set of complete plans with original Architect/Engineer seal and signature

  • One set of specifications, if applicable

  • Completed Affton Fire Protection District Permit application

NOTE: Plans without seals and signatures as stated above cannot be accepted.

When St. Louis County issues their permit, provide the following items for us to complete our permit issuance.

  • One set of St. Louis County approved plans to be returned for job site

  • Copy of the "Pink" (Contractor) copy of St. Louis County Permit application

INSPECTIONS

A 24 hour notice will be needed for all inspections.

  • Framing inspection - Required before insulation and drywall is installed.  All subcontractors work shall be done before this inspection is made.  Subcontractors include plumbing, electrical and mechanical.

  • Final inspection - Required when the building is complete and before any furniture, equipment or stock is moved in.  Electric will be required to be on for the final inspection.

  • Re-inspection - Multiple inspections of the framing or final may be required if the work fails.  Additional fees may be required.

 

 

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