To safely dispose of a fire extinguisher, it is important to first identify the type of extinguisher. Next, you must identify the fire extinguisher's content. Learn how to dispose of old fire extinguishers (PDF).
Information to provide clarification of the requirements for the use of fire pits, chimineas, and like appliances, as well as information regarding “open burning and bonfires.” Learn more about recreational fires and open burning bonfires (PDF).
Information to provide clarification of the requirements for the use of barbecues and grills in multiple residence settings, i.e. apartments, condominiums, co-ops and alike within the Town of Brookhaven. Learn more about the use of barbecues / grills in multiple residence settings (PDF).
A “Fire watch” is utilized during a limited period of time when fire protection and / or fire detection system(s) are impaired within a building or portion of a building. When a fire watch is approved by the Chief Fire Marshal, a building may remain occupied with normal use or use with some restrictions, while fire detection / fire protection impairment repairs are rendered. The alternative to a “Fire Watch” during system impairments is the evacuation of a building until repairs have been made.
There are requirements for tents and membrane structures having an area in excess (more than) of 200 square feet. and canopies in excess (more than) of 400 square feet. Learn more about the requirements for tents and canopies (PDF).