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75% of our children are not properly restrained while riding in motor vehicles. Let us ensure your child is as safe as possible. Use this form to request an appointment to have your child passenger safety installation or inspection completed.
Fill out an application for hot work operations permit, open burning permit, tent permit, automatic fire extinguishing system installation permit, fire alarm/detection system permit, or other fire prevention permits.
If we can't find you, we can't help you. Order your reflective address sign today.
We offer many community risk reduction programs. Visit the Community Risk Reduction page to learn more.
Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms provide early notifications increasing the likelihood that you and your family will be able to escape if there is a fire in your home. Click the link above if you need a smoke and/or carbon monoxide alarm installed, or if you need assistance checking an alarm that is already installed.
This is a request for a foster home fire inspection in accordance with North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services protocols. The fire inspection form utilized for the inspection can be viewed here: https://policies.ncdhhs.gov/divisional/social-services/forms/dss-1515-foster-home-fire-inspection-safety-report/@@display-file/form_file/dss-1515-ia.pdf .
Please review all requirements before requesting an inspection. Contact us at (919) 918-7347 or email us.
We provide public education events, including fire prevention presentations. Use this form to request a public education event for your group or organization.
Many of you may be familiar with fire and safety inspections that take place in your workplaces and schools, but a safety inspection in your home is just as important! At your convenience, members of our department will come to your home and offer suggestions as to how to make your home safer and reduce the chances of a devastating fire.
This class is designed to give groups and businesses the opportunity for hands-on, practical experience with ABC fire extinguishers in a safe and controlled environment. We will come to your group's location and explain the proper use of a fire extinguisher in the event of a small fire. We will also light a small propane fueled fire and allow those who wish the opportunity to use an extinguisher to put out the fire. There is no charge for this class!
File a request for a fire report. NOTE: Federal and State law provide privacy protection for patients. EMS reports will not be provided unless the proper documentation (E.g., court order or subpoena) is submitted.
Request a copy of the fire inspection report for your business.
Note: This is an external link to the Knox Rapid Access System, the key box recommended by the CFRD.
A fire department key box is a secure device with a lock operable only by a fire department master key, and containing building entry keys and other keys that may be required for access in an emergency. The fire department master key is a limited issue key of special or controlled design to be carried by the fire department which will open approved key boxes on specified properties.