Can I park in fire lanes?

Parking in a designated fire lane is prohibited. Fire lanes are considered a part of the fire protection system of any building. It is designed to allow unobstructed fire apparatus access at all times to the building in the event of a fire or a medical emergency. Whenever a fire lane is blocked the safety of that building and its occupants are jeopardized. If you would like more information regarding fire lanes or would like to report a violation please call the Fire Marshal's Office at 281.403.4300 during regular business hours or the police dispatcher at 281.403.8700, 24 hours a day.

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1. How do I obtain a fire permit?
2. How can I obtain a fire report?
3. How do I dispose of hazardous waste?
4. Can I arrange for a fire station tour?
5. Why does the fire truck arrive when I call for an ambulance?
6. How do I get fire department assistance for smoke detectors in my house?
7. What if I smell gas in my house?
8. When was the Missouri City Fire Department founded?
9. How do I get help in an emergency?
10. Can I park in fire lanes?
11. How do I obtain a burn permit?
12. Can I ignite fireworks inside the city limits?
13. What fire safety should a business follow?
14. How do I obtain a commercial fire inspection?
15. What kind of fire escape plan should I have?
16. What are the Insurance Services Organization (ISO) Classification Regulations?