Is the International Fire Code (IFC) adopted by the County?

Subtitle 4, Section 4-106 (e) Subsection 101.4.5, Applicability. Whenever this Code makes reference to the International Fire Code, the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1 and Subtitle 11 of the Prince George's County Code shall apply except where referenced in Section 413, 2018 IBC Combustible Storage, 2018 Section 426, 2018 2015 IBC Combustible Dusts, Grain Processing and Storage, Section 427 Medical Gas Systems, and Section 428 Higher Education Laboratories.

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1. Do I need a permit if I am modifying less than 10 sprinkler heads in commercial buildings and 6 or less in residential buildings?
2. Do you review plumbing drawings?
3. What are the fees for a fire alarm or sprinkler system?
4. What are the current editions being used for applicable NFPA standards and adopted codes?
5. What is the maximum distance allowed from the Fire Department connection to the nearest fire hydrant?
6. How do I schedule a Fire Inspection?
7. Do single family homes (one- and two-family dwellings) require automatic sprinklers?
8. Do I need to file plans for a sprinkler monitoring system?
9. Do I need to file fire alarm shop drawings to change a fire alarm panel?
10. What adjustment to the water supply is required?
11. When do I need to request a water test from Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) for my automatic sprinkler system?
12. Is the International Fire Code (IFC) adopted by the County?
13. Can the fire protection systems be reviewed under the Building Permit application?