Community Safety Division

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Welcome to the LFRA Community Safety Division

Fire Prevention and Community Risk Reduction

LFRA Community Safety Division

410 E. 5th St., Loveland, CO 80537

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(Closed for lunch from noon - 12:30 p.m.) 
Phone: (970) 962-2537 

Fax: (970) 962-2912 

Who We Are

Loveland Fire Rescue Authority's Community Safety Division staff:

Division Chief/Fire Marshal Ned Sparks  (970) 962-2488   
Administrative Technician Bonnie Wright (970) 962-2497   
Deputy Fire Marshal Carie Dann  (970) 962-2518   
Plans Reviewer Ingrid McMillan-Ernst  (970) 962-2554   
Accreditation Technician/Inspector Dan Engelhardt         (970) 962-2828   
Public Affairs Officer Scott Pringle  (970) 962-2614   
Inspector Allen Cravey  (970) 962-2762   
Inspector (part time) Chuck Boyes  (970) 962-2762   

Our Mission

Committing knowledge and resources to the improvement of safety for our community and its people.

What We Do

Primary functions of the Community Safety Division include:

  • Plan Reviews
  • New Construction Inspections
  • Fire Safety Inspections
  • Business Safety Assessment Visits 
  • Special Permits
  • Code Enforcement
  • Community Safety and Risk Reduction Programs
  • Public Education
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Fire Investigations
  • Accreditation Management
  • Records Management

Please note: In June of 2013, the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority adopted the 2012 International Fire Code. To see the locally adopted amendments to this code, please click here.


For Contractors

Information such as contractors applications, permit fee schedule, fire alarm and sprinkler system requirements, etc. can be found by using the Fire Prevention Bureau link on the left side of the page or click here.

For Businesses

Information regarding fire code regulations, self inspection forms, etc. can be found by using the Fire Prevention Bureau link on the left side of the page or click here.

Information regarding business disaster planning, current local emergencies, etc. can be found by using the Emergency Management link on the left side of the page or click here.

For Citizens

Information regarding fire and life safety topics, community safety programs, home safety surveys, etc. can be found by using the Fire Prevention Bureau link on the left side of the page or click here.

Information regarding open burning regulations and other codes and regulations can be found by using the Fire Prevention Bureau link on the left side of the page or click here.

Information regarding emergency preparedness, severe weather tips, current local emergencies, LETA's emergency phone notification system, etc. can be found by using the Emergency Management link on the left side of the page or click here.

Incident Report Requests

If you wish to obtain a copy of an incident report, please complete the Report Request Form.

 

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