Mark J. Liebermann
the Office of Fire Inspector and the Bureau
of Fire Prevention for the Town of Wappinger
Fire Inspector Mark Liebermann is
responsible for all Fire Safety inspections
on all Commercial occupancies in the Town of
Wappinger as well as all Multiple Dwelling
units including Apartments, Townhouses and
Condominiums, which are residential
structures housing three or more units.
These inspections include but are not
limited to all safety issues as outlined in
both the New York State Building and Fire
Code. All occupancies outlined are required
to be inspected for compliance annually as
required in Part 1203 for administration of
the Uniform Fire Prevention Code.
Please contact this office for any questions
or to set up an inspection if you currently
own or lease space for these uses.
The Fire Inspector also issues Operational
Permits, and Place of Public Assembly
permits, which includes promotional events
and inspections for compliance to all code
The Fire Prevention Bureau was formed in
1982 and is comprised of two members of each
Fire Department. This committee meets
monthly with the Fire Inspector to review
site plans for commercial projects
concerning fire department access and safety
issues. These concerns are related to the
Town of Wappinger Planning Board during
review of these types of projects including
Frequently Asked Questions
1. CALL 911 - FOR ALL EMERGENCIES
2. How do I schedule the required annually
inspection for my business?
A: Contact this office for scheduling and
all fees and questions
3. I’m thinking of opening up a business in
the Town of Wappinger where do I start?
A: You may contact the Fire Inspector
directly to ask questions about Fire Code
requirements or the Zoning Administrator to
set up office meetings.
4. Can I get a burning permit?
A: No burning permits are issued by the Town
5. Can I have a propane cooking devise if I
live in an apartment building or
A: No the NYS Fire Code prohibits open flame
cooking devises in ALL multiple Family