The Division of Fire Safety's mission is to protect the public and fire service through coordinated efforts in Code Enforcement, Fire Service Training, Public Education, Hazardous Materials Response, Fire Investigation and Urban Search and Rescue. These efforts maximize life safety and property conservation and minimize environmental impacts due to fire, natural disasters and other emergencies in the State of Vermont.
News & Announcements
The Division of Fire Safety annually publishes the Report of the State Fire Marshal. This report is a statistical analysis of fire and emergency incidents statewide with other fire safety information. It is designed to equip the fire service and others with information about fire problems in Vermont.
Guidance on Gender Free Restrooms
H.333 (Gender Free Restroom) was signed into law with an effective date of July 1, 2018. The new law requires that a new or existing single-user toilet facility in a public building or place of public accommodation shall be made available for use by persons of any gender, and designated for use by not more than one occupant at a time or family or assisted use. A single-user toilet facility may be identified by a sign provided that the sign marks the facility as a restroom and does not indicate any specific gender. Download the info sheet >