All permit fees must be made by check payable to the Town of Goshen.
Who needs a Fire Safety Permit?
The provision of Massachusetts General Laws chapter 148 on Fire Prevention and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Fire Prevention Regulations 527 CMR require compliance from anyone seeking to:
Maintain, store, or handle materials, which produce conditions hazardous to life or property
Conduct processes, which produce conditions hazardous to life or property
Install equipment used In connection with such activities
Click on any of the links below for further information on the more common permit requests.
If you are unsure concerning permit requirements, contact the Goshen Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Department at (413) 268-7161 (extension 2)
Current fees listed on the links below are subject to change.
What activities most often require a permit in Goshen?
Open Air Fires
Can I have a bonfire?
Can I have a campfire in my backyard?
Smoke Detector Inspection (26F)
Smoke Detector and CO (Carbon Monoxide) Detector Inspection (26F 1/2)
Oil Burner or New Tank Inspection
Tank Removal Inspection
Fire Protection System Permit (sprinkler or alarm system)