The Arlington Fire Department provides an array of services related to fire safety for everyone from kids to seniors, schools to building managers:
CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is vital to saving the life of someone experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest.
Arlington’s “I” Program alerts fire units about the location of persons with disabilities or those who cannot evacuate on their own. This program is for residential properties only.
Hazardous materials (hazmat) are chemical, nuclear, radioactive, biological and explosive materials that pose a significant threat to humans, animals and the environment.
Operation Firesafe provides free smoke alarms to Arlington residents.
Any youth in Arlington County that has exhibited an unsafe fire behavior or an unusual interest in fire is eligible to participate in the Youth Fire Prevention and Intervention program free of cost.
Activities for kids
Older adults — those over 65 years of age — are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires or falls. By age 75, that risk increases to three times that of the general population and four times at age 85.
Community services provided by the Fire Department including school visits, drive by celebrations, and education requests
Want to cook some of the same meals we make in the fire stationACFD Nutrition and Recipe Book
Did you know that Arlington County Fire Stations can be used as a battery charging resource for medical devices when power is out for an extended period of time? Find your local station here and call ahead to speak with a crew member.
The busiest Battalion Chief (BC) for the ACFD in 2022 was Battalion 111 with over 1,000 calls for the year. BC's are dispatched on all significant incidents to serve in a command capacity. Day to day they manage their battalions which are comprised of multiple fire stations. https://t.co/KH97RQ0io3
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703-228-4644 (Fire Prevention) Email
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