On August 9th, 2004 the Rental Fire Safety Code Ordinance was adopted by the City of Marquette and updated June 8, 2018. This ordinance is designed to promote the continuing maintenance of quality and safe rental properties, as well as enhance and maintain property values. This code is governed by the National Fire Protection Association Life Safety Code #101, 2015, as well as the International Property Maintenance Code 2015. The Marquette City Fire Department has three Rental Inspectors on staff that enforce this ordinance.
You may purchase a copy of these codes at:
nfpa.org or call 1-800-344-3555 / iccsafe.org or call 1-800-344-3555
Fire Marshal Tom Dunleavy, email@example.com - 906-225-8941
Administrative Assistant, Teresa Locknane, firstname.lastname@example.org - 906-225-8596
The rental registration application packet contains information about the rental registration program, long-term and short-term registration requirements, the rental registration application and parking diagram, parking requirements for rental properties, inspection compliance tips, short-term rental requirements and a copy of the Rental Fire Safety Code.
The rental registraiton application and packet can be obtained by clicking the link below.
The maxiumum number of short-term rental registrations allowed by Marquette City Code Chapter 26, Article III (Rental Fire Safety Code), Section 26-51 has been reached.
Future available spots will be filled from a waiting list. Click the link below to obtain a waiting list request form. Waiting list forms will be processed in the order they are received by the Marquette City Fire Department.
View the "Tenant and Landlords-A Practical Guide" by clicking the link below.
Rental Inspection FAQ
The Marquette City Fire Department enforces the NFPA Life Safety Code 101, 2015 and references the NFPA standards. The code and standards apply to new construction, remodeling and existing buildings. They provide life safety requirements for the design, operation and maintenance of buildings.
Inspections are made on an annual basis for businesses that require a City license to operate. These include hotels, rooming houses, theaters and second hand dealers. Inspections are also made when a State Liquor License is applied for or modified. Life safety inspections are also conducted upon receipt of a complaint. Plan reviews are made when a permit for new construction or remodeling is applied for and/or there is a change in use of the building.
The Fire Inspector is a member of the Site-Plan Review Committee and approves all architectural plans and drawings.
Fire Marshal Tom Dunleavy may be reached at 906-225-8941 or email@example.com
418 S. Third St
Marquette, MI 49855