The Fire Marshal’s Office (FMO) is dedicated to protecting the lives and property of residents, business, visitors and first-responders from the devastating consequences of fires, explosions and hazardous materials throughout Stafford County. The cumulative efforts of inspections, investigations, and innovation by the Fire Marshal’s Office helps to prevent emergency incidents, lower property insurance costs, foster sustainable economic development, reduce firefighter injuries and increase the quality of life in Stafford County.
As the primary agency enforcing the Fire Prevention Code, the FMO
continuously coordinates with a variety of agency partners including the
Stafford County Building Official as well as the Sheriff's Office, ATF
and other law enforcement agencies.
Everything you need to know about policies, guidelines, and inspections is included in our codes that we follow.