The Fire Service charges a fee for some of the services it provides. The following is a schedule of current charges / application fees.
Information regarding Fireworks/Explosive Stores Licensing.
With the exception of houses and certain agricultural buildings, a fire safety certificate is required for all new buildings, specified material alterations, specified extensions and the material change of use of a building.
Limerick City and County Council, as the building control authority for Limerick City and County, is responsible for the enforcement of the Building Control Acts 1990 and 2007 and Regulations made under those Acts.
The Munster Regional Communications Centre is responsible for the efficient and effective mobilisation of fire appliances and other agencies within the Munster region.
Limerick City and County Fire and Emergency Services work to create a safer society by reducing the incidence of death or injury, damage to property and environmental damage caused by fire and by other emergencies.
Limerick Fire Service distributes a limited number of smoke alarms for free to households that currently have no smoke alarm as part of the Community Smoke Alarm Scheme.
In accordance with the Building Control Regulations a Commencement Notice or a Seven Day Notice with a Seven Day Statutory Declaration needs to be submitted prior to commencement of the development.
In the case of files not scanned a viewing can be arranged at Fire Service Offices, Lissanalta House, Dooradoyle Road, Limerick at an agreed time.
A Disability Access Certificate is a certificate of compliance issued by the Building Control Authority with respect to requirements under Part M of the Building Regulations.
The Fire Service is a notified party in relation to certain types of certificate/licensing applications to the courts by public premises. Notification allows the Fire Service to inspect the premises involved and to be represented at the licence hearing to state if it has any objection to the lice