Building Plan Review Application

Fire Plan Review for the cities of Andale, Colwich, Maize, Wichita, and Unincorporated Sedgwick County:

 Please use: MABCD Building Plan Review Portal.

Fire Plan Review for the city of Goddard:

You must first contact the planning department at the City of Goddard.  Afterwards you will then follow the steps list below using the Traditional Building Plans Review Application process. 

Fire Plan Review for the cities of Bel Aire, Haysville, Ketchi, Park City, and Valley Center:

Step 1: Complete and submit the Traditional Building Plans Review Application.  Applications can be submitted by email to:, or by fax @ 316-660-3474, mail, or in person.

Step 2: Submit payment.  Payment can be made by credit card by calling 316-660-3473, cash, check or money order made payable to "Sedgwick County Fire District 1".  

Step 3: Submit you plans/drawings by email to Paper plans are no longer accepted.   

After your application, review fee and plans have been submitted, SCFD will contact you via e-mail to advise you we have received all required documentations.  Plans will be reviewed in a timely manner however please allow up to ten business days for the review.  If any revisions are needed we will send you an e-mail with what needs to be revised and you will need to re-submit the plans via e-mail back to us.  Once we receive your revised plans we will review and move towards approval.  If no revisions are required you will receive our approval letter and your stamped plans will be sent to you via e-mail.   If you have any questions please call us at 316-660-3473 or email:


Fire Plan Review section of the Sedgwick County Fire Marshal’s Office is responsible for life safety review of building plans, fire protection system plans, and site plans.

Building plans are reviewed for exits, emergency lighting, occupant load, occupancy classification and other life safety requirements that are necessary to be in compliance with NFPA 1 and NFPA 101.

Fire Protection System plans including fire sprinkler plans, fire alarm plans, hood suppression system plans and other submitted plans are reviewed for compliance with NFPA 13, NFPA 72, NFPA 17 and additional applicable standards.

Site plans are reviewed for emergency access, fire lanes, fire hydrant locations, and fire hydrant and ISO flow calculations.

Our fire plan reviewers are working closely with building plan reviewers, building inspectors, fire inspectors, and other development staff to ensure quality of services provided.

Below are mostly used and currently adopted Fire Codes in the State of Kansas.

Please contact us. We are here to answer your fire protection questions or comments.