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Oregon Fire Code

Interested in helping shape the next Oregon Fire Code?   

The Oregon Fire Code Committee (OFCC) is excited to kick off the 2022 Oregon Fire Code adoption process, this will be based off the 2021 International Fire Code (IFC).   
The Oregon fire code serves as Oregon fire service's manual to protect the public and all residents from the hazards of fire, explosions, or dangerous conditions in buildings and other facilities.
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    Help shape the new Oregon Fire Code 
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Fire Code Proposals

Proposal Period for the 2022 Oregon Fire Code adoption has closed as of
September 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm.

If you have identified a deficiency or discrepancy in the Oregon Fire Code, please provide your feedback. Please complete and submit code proposal application per OAR 837-040-0015

Proposal Period for the 2022 Oregon Fire Code adoption has closed as of September 10, 2021 at 5:00pm Pacific.

The 2019 Oregon Fire Code is effective November 15, 2019.
    Executive Order 20-030   COVID-19 State of Emergency Extension

    OAR 837-039-0016          Certification and Training Requirements for Conducting Fire Code Enforcement

*Competency Recognition Date Extension - Code Amendment Class
Given the current circumstances with government-imposed social distancing requirements and indications of continued concern to hold in-person events, OSFM extended the deadline for the completion of the code amendment class (which is required within the first year of every code cycle change in order to maintain competency recognition) from November 15, 2020 to January 31, 2021.                                                                   

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Office of State Fire Marshal
Fire Life Safety Division
Technical Services Unit

3565 Trelstad Ave SE
Salem OR 97317

Phone: 503-934-8204
Fax: 503-934-8372

2019 Fire Code

2014 Fire Code