Provides resources for answering questions about customer service.
DC Fire and EMS provides blood pressure screening on a walk-in basis at any fire station.
Apply for consumer fireworks permits from the DC Fire & EMS Departments Fire Prevention Division.
Offers CPR training to members of the community under the American Heart Association guidelines.
Inspection of residential dwellings are available by appointment.
Fire safety videos are an important resource for the citizens of the District of Columbia. The goal is to reduce the number of fire-related deaths, injuries and protecting our community.
District-wide initiative ensures that all DC homes have working smoke alarms.
DC Fire and EMS Department's Firefighting Division offers fire safety inspections by appointment.
The Juvenile Firesetter's Intervention Program is a four week intervention program which services children between the ages 2-17 who have exhibited fire related behavior.
Learn about the operations and practices that require a proper fire code compliance review and the issuance of operational permits by the DC Fire and EMS Department.
All 33 DC Fire/EMS Department fire stations and the fireboat are designed as “Safe Places” for youths in crisis 24 hours a day through Project Safe Place.
FEMS offers fire safety and fire prevention presentations at no cost throughout the community.