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107.11 State Fire Marshal's Office Permit Fees for Explosives, Blasting Agents, Theatrical Flame Effects, and Fireworks

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Complete permit applications shall be submitted to and received by the State Fire Marshal's Office not less than 15 days prior to the planned use or event. A $500 expedited handling fee will be assessed on all permit applications submitted less than 15 days prior to the planned use or event. Inspection fees will be assessed at a rate of $60 per staff member per hour during normal business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) and at a rate of $90 per hour at all other times (nights, weekends, holidays). State Fire Marshal's Office permit fees shall be as follows:
  1. Storage of explosives and blasting agents, 12-month permit $250 first magazine, plus $150 per each additional magazine on the same site.
  2. Use of explosives and blasting agents, nonfixed site, 6-month permit $250 per site, plus inspection fees.
  3. Use of explosives and blasting agents, fixed site, 12-month permit $250 per site.
  4. Sale of explosives and blasting agents, 12-month permit $250 per site.
  5. Manufacture explosives (unrestricted), blasting agents, and fireworks, 12-month permit $250 per site.
  6. Manufacture explosives (restricted), 12-month permit $20 per site.
  7. Fireworks display in or on state-owned property $300 plus inspection fees.
  8. Pyrotechnics or proximate audience displays in or on state-owned property $300 plus inspection fees.
  9. Flame effects in or on state-owned property $300 plus inspection fees.
  10. Flame effects incidental to a permitted pyrotechnics display $150 (flame effects must be individual or group effects that are attended and manually controlled).
Exception: Permit fees shall not be required for the storage of explosives or blasting agents by state and local law enforcement and fire agencies.

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