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Life Safety in Limited Gaming
The Division of Fire Prevention and Control has the responsibility to assist municipalities and the Colorado Division of Gaming to ensure that buildings where limited gaming activities are conducted are designed, constructed, and maintained in a manner that is safe to employees and patrons in accordance with adopted building codes and standards.
The authority to perform this responsibility is granted, pursuant to 12-47.1-516 of the Colorado Revised Statutes which states: "the buildings in which limited gaming will be conducted and the areas where limited gaming will occur shall meet safety standards and conditions for the protection of life and property as determined by the local fire official** and the local building official."
It was declared by the Colorado General Assembly, that the Colorado Division of Gaming and the Division of Fire Prevention and Control shall work with municipalities and the local historical preservation commission to ensure that structures wherein limited gaming is occurring shall meet minimum safety standards set forth in the adopted codes and standards adopted by the Division in 24-33.5-1203.5 C.R.S.
The Division's authority does not extend nor apply to tribal casinos.
The Limited Gaming Act of 1991 sets forth the rules and regulations governing limited gaming in Colorado. This Act may be found by clicking here.
Primary Duties of the Division
The Division of Fire Prevention and Control shall review inspection reports as a contingency for approval of the certificates of compliance issued to applicants requesting licensure by the Division of Gaming. In order to meet this requirement, the Division shall assist in or assume the responsibility in the following life safety activities:
New and Existing Gaming Licensee Requirements
**Each applicant for a retail gaming license shall file with the Division of Gaming as part of its application the following (ref: 12-47.1-314 C.R.S.):
Division of Fire Prevention and Control Gaming Program
700 Kipling St, Suite 4100 Lakewood, CO 80215
Required Inspections may be scheduled by completing the following:
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Licensed Colorado Gaming Facilities
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