The Fire Marshal is responsible for ensuring that emergency access is available at all times and that all new and existing developments comply with emergency access requirements.
SECTION 1. 14111 § 194, 2001: Ord.
(5491). requirements and any changes or variations from these requirements must be approved by the Fire Marshal of the City of New Braunfels prior to construction and/or marking of any Fire Apparatus Access Road/Fire Lane. Louisiana Revised Statute 40:Part IV-A:1728: Effective January 1, 2006: The International Building Code, 2006 Edition, published by the International Code Council, the National Electrical Code, 1999 Edition published by the National Fire Protection Association, and Part XIV (Plumbing) of the State Sanitary Code as promulgated by the.
. Where required by the fire code official, fire apparatus access roads shall be marked with permanent NO PARKING—FIRE LANE signs complying with Figure D103. .
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IFC Section 103.
. 6 and approved by the fire code official, signs shall be posted on both sides of the fire lane where it exits impervious pavement and shall be marked in an approved manner along the. 2 Appointment.
. . . . That is why it is so important to have well marked and clear fire lanes.
Chapter 1 Scope and Administration.
Fire apparatus access roads shall be provided and maintained in accordance with the Hunts Point Municipal Code.
3 Grass pavers – Fire apparatus access roads that utilize grass pavers shall be marked with signs as specified in section D103.
What Is the Legal Basis for Requiring Fire Lanes? The International Fire Code and Addison ordinance (006-012) provide for emergency vehicle access to any building, structure or location within the Town.