Find out how you can be prepared for fires and other emergencies.
Free CPR and AED training classes offered by FDNY.
Find a local firehouse.
Get information about the fire code, including answers to questions about technical requirements, code or engineering, requests for variance, and reviews of architectural plans to determine fire code compliance.
Request hydrant installation, removal, relocation, locking, unlocking, or spray cap fitting.
Request Fire Department staff resources at a high visibility or high occupancy event.
Get information about fire safety from the Fire Department or request a fire safety education speaker.
Get information about a community outreach campaign to teach fire safety.
Get information about the Fire Department's fire safety learning center.
Get information about the Fire Department's mascot who provides educational entertainment on fire and burn safety to children.
Get information about criminal history checks for volunteer fire department applicants.
Request an on-site Emergency Action Plan (EAP) Director test.
Apply for a permit or request an inspection for a business or high occupancy residential facility.
Request fire alarm, range hood suppression, or sprinkler or standpipe installation inspection.
Request a fire alarm inspection.
Get information about how to obtain a Certificates of Fitness, which is required for certain hazardous occupations.
Apply for a permit for commercial use of a fire hydrant.
Request an on-site Fire Safety Director test.
Apply for a fire suppression contractor's license.
Request a gas station discharge line inspection.
Request a hazardous material storage inspection.
Request a mechanical sprinkler or standpipe inspection.
Request an inspection for an open flame permit.
Request an inspection for a public assembly or temporary public assembly permit.
Apply for portable fire extinguisher servicing.
Request a range hood or micro switch inspection.
Get information about residential sprinkler system testing.
Request an inspection for a sidewalk cafe heater permit.
Get a fire report.
Get a fire, ambulance, or enforcement report from the Fire Department.
Provide information about a fire that may have been deliberately set.
Find a local firehouse.
Report a fire.
Report a problem with a fire alarm box.
Get information about a violation issued by the Fire Department.
Report a potential fire hazard.
Report a hydrant that is damaged, missing, or being used inappropriately.
You can report a hydrant that is leaking, running, or running at full blast and with great force. The City inspects hydrants running at full blast within 24 hours.
Report smoke or fumes.
Get information about becoming a firefighter, emergency medical technician (EMT), or paramedic.