The Fire Prevention Division is responsible for education of fire and life safety to citizens in Richmond schools, businesses, and community organizations.
Our Division has many tools and programs in which to deliver it's message to the public. The members of the Division put on demonstrations at all grade level schools, senior citizen facilities, community organizations, and tours within our own fire stations.
Our Division also handles any special events that the Richmond Fire Department may be involved with.
If you have any questions or inquires, or if you want to schedule a demonstration or talk for a group in the Richmond community don't hesitate to contact our Division at the number listed.
Don't forget to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors at least once a month, and replace the battery twice a year! (HINT: Change your batteries when you change your clocks for the time change.)
More Fire Safety information from around the country can be found at the following link, and we give Special Thanks to Girl Scout Evie Long and her mother Mackenzie for making us aware of it!
Another really awesome site to explore is Sparky the Fire Dog! Check out activities, games, and more!