The fire code being utilized by Hutto Fire Rescue/Williamson County Emergency Services District #3 is the 2009 International Fire Code with various amendments (Click here to see those amendments)

To submit plans for the review and inspection process, please note the following:

  • Subdivision, site, and building plans (including remodels) should be submitted along with all associated fees to Williamson County Emergency Services District #3 (located at 501 Exchange Boulevard, in Hutto). Alarm and sprinkler plans should also be submitted for review if applicable.
  • If you are submitting plans for review within the city limits of Hutto, you must submit your plans to the City of Hutto. Click here for the City of Hutto Website.
  • Hutto Fire Rescue/Williamson County Emergency Services District #3 does not accept CASH for any services rendered. Please make CHECKS or MONEY ORDERS payable to Williamson County Emergency Services District #3.

PLAN REVIEW

APPLICATION FOR PLAN REVIEW

Process Flow Chart

Fire Sprinkler Overhead Process Flowchart

Private Underground Fireline / Sprinkler Process Flowchart

Requirements for Civil and Building Review Plan Flow Chart

FIRE INSPECTION

Hutto Fire Rescue/Williamson County Emergency Services District #3 will conduct inspections throughout the construction phase. Most inspection fees are covered in the review process; however, there are some associated fees that will need to be paid prior to inspection. A complete breakdown of our fee schedule is illustrated in the Application for Plan Review and Request for Inspection documents

REQUEST FOR INSPECTION

CLICK HERE FOR DESIGN GUIDELINES & CHECKLIST

CLICK HERE FOR THE KNOX BOX GUIDELINES

CLICK HERE FOR OUTDOOR FESTIVAL SAFETY GUIDELINES

CLICK HERE FOR FALSE ALARM ORDER GUIDELINES

REQUESTING A FIRE CODE APPEAL

Section 108 of the International Fire Code – 2009 edition provides that appeals regarding Fire Department decisions or actions pertaining to the application and interpretation of the Fire Code shall be addressed to the Fire Code Official. If the appealing party is not able to resolve the problem with the Fire Code Official, then he or she may submit a written request using the “Fire Code Appeal” form for a review as outlined below.

CLICK HERE FOR APPEALS REQUEST

CLICK HERE FOR APPEALS PROCESS REQUEST FORM