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All commercial and residential plan reviews are processed through the code enforcement division, which includes the Fire Marshal's Office.
The Fire Marshal's Office reviews construction plans for new commercial buildings, upfits, and additions to existing commercial buildings that are located within incorporated towns in Mecklenburg County. Plan reviews for buildings and projects located in the unincorporated areas of Mecklenburg County fall within the Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) of the Charlotte Fire Department and are reviewed by their plan reviewers.
Plans or Shop Drawings for fire alarms and sprinkler systems should be submitted directly to the Fire Marshal's Office and should not be submitted to code enforcement. For more information on our shop drawing program, click on the link below.
Effective July 1, 2014: Paper Shop Drawings are no longer accepted
Shop Drawing Submittal Guidelines
Land Development Plan Reviews:
Land Development Plan Review Checklist
New for 2018:
Emergency Responder Radio Coverage (ERRC)________________________________________________________________________________________
Plans Review Forms:For Fire Related Forms and Requirements: Please click on the FMO Forms Page.
Underground Fire Lines
Mecklenburg County Fire Fees/Plan Review Fees
Revenue Collection collects fees for permits and other services for Mecklenburg County LUESA, including Code Enforcement, Land Development, as well as collecting some fees for City of Charlotte departments that partner closely with the Mecklenburg County, such as Charlotte Fire. (Customer Forms)
Related Websites:Revision to Approved Plans (RTAP) Process Polaris GIS - Property lookupMeckpermit - Check status of review/projectCharlotteNC.govCharlotte Fire Department Knox Box - Order Knox Box Equipment
If you have any Plans Review questions please contact our office at (980) 314-3070.
General inquiries can also be email to the FMO mailbox at: FireMarshal@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov
Mecklenburg County Public Health encourages all eligible residents ages 12 and older to get a free COVID-19 vaccination.