Skip navigation.

City of Napa logo

Return to navigation

Fire Protection Contractors and Professional Engineers PDF Print Email


The following lists are provided as a courtesy and the posting of these lists does not imply endorsement of these businesses by the Napa Fire Department. These lists contain contact information for persons known to be licensed professionals. Persons  using these lists are advised to thoroughly investigate any company before signing a contract. The following is a link to the California Contractors State Licensing Board (CCSLB):

California Contractors State Licensing Board

INFORMATION BULLETIN JANUARY 2010: "Residential Fire Sprinkler Risers"
“Vinyl-coated wire style pipe hangers”

Contractors are required to be licensed by the CCSLB. Contractors who provide work related to fire protection are required to hold either a C-16 or C-10 type license. Please read the following to identify the type of Contractor you project requires: 

Fire Alarm Contractors
C10 License- Electrical Contractor (Fire alarms): An electrical contractor places, installs, erects or connects any electrical wires, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, conduits, solar photovoltaic cells or any part thereof, which generate, transmit, transform or utilize electrical energy in any form or for any purpose.

Fire Sprinkler Contractors
C16 License-
Fire Protection Contractor (Fire protection systems): A Fire protection contractor lays out, fabricates and installs all types of fire protection systems; including all the equipment associated with these systems, excluding electrical alarm systems.

Click here for printable job specific contractor lists:

Licensed C-10 and C-16 contractors working in Napa
Pre-engineered Fire Protection Systems
A.W.W.A. Certified Back flow Prevention Testers

California Office of State Fire Marshal Bulletin: “Fire Sprinkler Inspection Requirements” Owners and/or fire protection systems contractors need to verify if sprinkler heads currently installed in a sprinkler system are part of a recall which would require replacement.

California Office of State Fire Marshal Bulletin: “Hood and Duct UL 300”
All existing dry chemical and wet chemical fire extinguishing systems installed for the protection of commercial cooking operations that produce grease laden vapors shall comply with UL 300, no later than the second required servicing of the system after January 1, 2008.

Additional State Fire Marshal Bulletins regarding sprinklers, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, recalled products, general requirements and more can be found at the California Office of the State Fire Marshal Website.

Napa Fire Department Plan Check Comments and Conditions:The following information is provided to assist the design professional in identifying common plan check comments, conditions and standards that are typical to building projects in the City of Napa. Please note, not all comments are required for every project and additional comments, conditions and standards may be applied to your project based on its scope.

(Back to the Prevention Homepage)