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1. How can I dispose of hazardous materials found within my home or garage?
2. What is the fire insurance rating for the City of Southaven?
3. How can I get a permit to burn and what can I burn?
4. What does the fire insurance rating mean for individual insurance rates?
5. Does Southaven require “Right to Know” reporting for hazardous materials in commercial properties?
6. Who do I call when I want to take a fire protection system out of service for repair or maintenance?
7. Who do I call if the fire hydrant is leaking or damaged, or somebody is stealing water from a hydrant?
8. Who do I call if I hear a fire alarm sounding or a fire sprinkler bell ringing?
9. What should I do if my child is playing with lighters, matches, or setting fires?
10. What do I do if I know about any unsafe condition that might cause a fire or other injury or contamination of the environment by hazardous materials?
11. How can I get a permit to burn and what can I burn?
12. What codes are enforced by the Southaven Fire Department?
13. Do I need to submit plans for review? How long does it take to complete the plan review process?
14. How many sets of drawings are required?
15. Can I obtain a list of permits that are required for construction or operations?
16. How do I schedule an inspection?
17. Is there a process for appealing interpretations of the Fire Prevention Bureau?
18. Does the Southaven Fire Department conduct annual inspections for existing buildings?
19. Can I obtain a list of requirements for the installation of specific items or systems?
20. How can I acquire a fire report from The Southaven Fire Department?
21. How can I acquire an EMS report from The Southaven Fire Department?