Bureau of Fire Safety
The Bureau of Fire Safety is responsible for ensuring compliance with the New Jersey Uniform Fire Code.
The duties of this department include performing fire safety inspections and fire safety related complaint investigations, as well as offering fire safety education programs to the community. It conducts post-fire investigations and participates in the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS). Various fire safety permits such as those required for tents or canopies, use of an open flame, and food trucks are also issued and inspected by this department.
One- and two-family dwellings which require a Certificate of Smoke Detector, Carbon Monoxide Alarm and Kitchen Fire Extinguisher Compliance for the sale of the property or a change in occupancy are inspected by the Bureau of Fire Safety prior to the issuance of that certificate. Additional information and instructions for obtaining this certificate can be found in the Documents and Forms section.
- Purposeful Education: parent and community education forums, school workshops, and parent coffee and conversations in home programs. Student Leadership includes programming for 11th and 12th graders through our Teen Advisory Group, Project GAIA (Growing Up Accepted as an Individual in America) and Corner House Student Board. Outreach programs support students 6th through 12th grade through Academic Support and Mentoring (AST), Support for at risk girls (STAR), Advocacy for Youth for 9th and 10th graders (AYP), World of Work for Youth for 11th and 12th grade girls (WOWY), and Princeton Youth Project for 11th and 12th grade boys (PYP).
- Individualized Treatment includes: Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Counseling (9 hours per week), Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center Treatment, Drug Court Treatment Program and a variety of treatment groups offered each evening for adults.