Application for a permit required by the ordinance shall be made to the fire code official in such form and detail as prescribed by the code official. Applications for permits shall be accompanied by such plans as prescribed by the code official.
- Emergency Contact Info Form
- Fire Alarm Acceptance Test Requirements
- Fire Alarm Registration Information
- Plan Submittal Process
- Once an application has been accepted, and you are provided with the permit number, you may pay for it using our Online Payment Portal. Instructions to use the Online Payment portal can be found here: Payment Portal Use - Instructions. You can also pay for a permit by cash or check at Troy City Hall - Treasurer's office. Make all checks payable to "City of Troy."
- Fire Alarm Permit Application
Before any fire alarm or detection system or component is installed, enlarged, extended or modified; a permit shall be obtained from the code official. This shall include auxiliary devices such as magnetic locks, electronic locks, or any device or relay connected to or controlled by the fire alarm or fire detection system. All work must be performed by a qualified installer who is properly licensed and/or certified to perform such work as determined by the code official. Construction documents shall be reviewed by the code official prior to the issuance of the permit. Upon issuance of the permit, the permit must be posted at the job site in plain view.
- Fire Suppression Permit Application
Before any fire suppression system or component is installed, enlarged, extended or modified, a permit shall be obtained from the code official. This shall include any device or relay connected to or controlled by the fire suppression system. All work must be performed by a qualified installer who is properly licensed and/or certified to perform such work as determined by the code official. Construction documents shall be reviewed by the code official prior to the issuance of the permit. Upon issuance of the permit, the permit must be posted at the job site in plain view.
- Fireworks Permit Application
The possession, manufacture, storage, sale, handling and use of fireworks shall be in compliance with the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, Act No. 256, Public Actsof 2011 and any amendments thereto, and Troy ordinance. An operational permit is required for ignition, discharge and use of agricultural or wildlife fireworks, articles pyrotechnic, public display fireworks before a proximate audience, or special effects fireworks as stipulated in the ordinance. Application for permits required under Section 188.8.131.52 shall be made in writing at least 15 days in advance of the date of the public display. The possession and distribution of fireworks for such use and display shall be lawful under the terms and conditions approved with the permit and for only that purpose. A permit granted hereunder shall not be transferable nor shall any such permit be extended beyond the time set forth therein unless approved by the fire official.
- Fireworks Safety Checklist
A handy reference tool to help you and your family identify and enjoy legal fireworks.
- Hazardous Materials Permit Application
An operational permit is required to store, transport on site, dispense, use or handle hazardous materials in excess of the amounts listed in the "Hazardous Materials Reporting Document."
- Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement (HMIS)
The document utilized to report hazardous materials to the local fire department, as required by local, state and federal laws.
- Hazardous Materials Reporting Document
A document detailing the requirements for reporting hazardous materials within an occupancy.
- Occupancy Permit Commercial
An occupancy permit allows the applicant to occupy existing premises for the purpose of conducting or operating a commercial business.
- Occupancy Permit Office-Retail
An occupancy permit allows the applicant to occupy existing premises for the purpose of conducting or operating an office or retail business.
- Open Burn Permit Application
This permit application is for approved open burning including recognized silvicultural or range or wildlife management practices, management of prairie grasses and plants, prevention or control of disease or pests, or a bonfire.
- Open Burn Requirements
This document defines open burning practices allowed; what is and what is not allowed to be burned; and the extinguishment authority.
- Special Events Application
An operational permit is required to operate/conduct special events including exhibits, crafts and trade shows.
- Special Events Procedural Guidelines
This document explains the reason for the permit, the types of events which require this permit, and the process to follow to obtain a permit.