The Lewisburg City Fire Department in cooperation with the City of Lewisburg Building Code and Zoning Department will be offering a building assessment for residents of Lewisburg in an effort to promote public safety. This assessment is not an inspection. It is an evaluation of the building’s fire prevention equipment, as well as, basic electrical and structural items. There are no requirements for any repair or replacement of any equipment; however, recommendations will be provided after the assessment has been completed. City personnel may provide expertise regarding upgrades to the current systems and equipment in the building. If interested contact Cheryl Yates at 304-645-3776 ext. 120.
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