SFM helps the public of Illinois with the knowledge and resources to enhance fire safety awareness.
The Illinois Fire Service can find any and all information available through SFM and perform many tasks mandated by the state online
Municipality Notice Regarding Applicability of Life Safety Code
Pyrotechnics Contractor/Assistants Lists
Minimum Firefighter Training Guide
Training Reimbursement Claims
Notice to FDs regarding Electronic Permits
Other Illinois Information
Commercial entities doing business in Illinois or their employees can find information, licenses, certifications, permits and more.
AST Statutes and Rules
Elevator Maintenance Authorization
LP-Gas Tanks Statutes and Rules
UST Database and Contractors
UST Contractor Portal
UST Applications and Forms
UST Operator Training
Look at our Commercial pages for more information.
Freedom of Information Act
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
SPRINGFIELD – Governor Bruce Rauner attended the 23rd Annual Illinois Fallen Firefighters Memorial Ceremony today at the Prairie Capital Convention Center. The service honors the men and women who have died in the line of duty while protecting the people of Illinois.
SPRINGFIELD – Firefighters from across the state gathered in Springfield to remember firefighters who died in service and honor 27 other firefighters for their outstanding bravery and service to their communities during the 23rd Annual Illinois Fallen Firefighter Memorial and Firefighter Medal of Honor Awards Ceremony.
Friday, April 22, 2016
Items will support two OSFM programs
Monday, February 08, 2016
SPRINGFIELD – The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) announced today that on January 19, 2016, a Knox County Circuit Court issued a Default Judgment Order against T-Mart, Inc., a dissolved Wisconsin corporation, for $1,183,000 in civil fines and penalties. The order came in response to the defendant’s failure to remove abandoned underground petroleum storage tanks at a closed gasoline station, along with other violations of the Gasoline Storage Act.
Wednesday, February 03, 2016
SPRINGFIELD – The Office of the State Fire Marshal would like to warn Illinois residents about fire hazards that have been posed by self-balancing motorized scooters known as “hoverboards.” Hoverboards were one of the most popular gifts of the holiday season but have come under recent scrutiny due to a number of incidents in which they have caught fire while charging or while in use.
Office of the State Fire Marshal
1035 Stevenson Drive
Springfield, IL 62704
Phone: (217) 785-0969 or Email Us