We’re here to serve you, so below you’ll find information for some of our most common requests.
Learn about becoming an Austin Firefighter.
Use the map to find the nearest one. Find a fire station address.
Visit the City of Austin Public Records Center to submit your request.
To arrange a tour, please contact the Public Education Office to schedule at least a week in advance.
Firefighters and licensed nurses from area medical facilities who go door-to-door offering free in-home safety and wellness visits.
We help with Hydrant Reporting, Testing, collects Flow Test Request Forms, and provides a list of private hydrant contractors.
The Fire Marshal's Office is responsible for conducting fire and life safety inspections and permits. For special events, visit CityStage.
We create a more informed public about fire and life safety dangers through services such as presentations, free smoke alarm installation, CPR AnyWhere training, and station tours.
Free smoke alarms and home hazard assessments are available to anyone living within the Austin city limits.
Know your risk and protect what matters.
View the Austin Fire accomplishments and statistics for 2019. Download is also available.
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