Milpitas Fire Department Page Updated on 7/2/2018
Milpitas Fire Department is responsible for the fire suppression, emergency medical (Paramedic) services, rescue services, hazardous materials response, coordination of City-wide disaster response efforts, enforcement of fire and life safety codes, enforcement of City hazardous materials regulations, and investigation of fire cause, arson and other emergency events for cause and origin within the City of Milpitas.
The Hazardous Materials Division of the Fire Department provides a comprehensive environmental regulatory compliance inspection service. The Divisions responsibilities include permit issuance, inspection, and enforcement for compliance with the California Fire Code (with amendments contained in the Milpitas Municipal Code Title V-Chapter 300).
The Hazardous Materials Division administers the following activities and is currently staffed by two full time Hazardous Materials Inspectors.
Annual inspection and permit issuance for:
Hazardous Materials Storage
Plan review and permit issuance for new construction, tenant improvements, and installation and closure of hazardous material processes;
Investigation for cause and origin of hazardous material releases;
Training of emergency response personnel and the business community; and,
Processing of public information requests involving hazardous materials under the Freedom of Information Act.
Effective 7/1/2018, responsibility for all State programs transferred to Santa Clara County CUPA.
Joint letter to Milpitas businesses
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Milpitas, CA 95035
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