HFD firefighters and staff members will be at Station 1 with displays and information about fire safety and fire prevention.
Harrisonburg City Council approved a new ordinance that regulates how combustible landscape cover material (mulch) may be used for landscaping against buildings.
Check out these free interactive web resources to educate yourself and your family about fire prevention. These interactive games, videos, quizzes, etc are sorted by age appropriate material.
The Harrisonburg Fire Department responded to an apartment complex on Vale Circle on September 25, 2013 for a report of a possible structure fire in the kitchen. Upon arrival, fire department personnel found that a Stovetop Firestop® mounted in the exhaust hood had extinguished the fire.
The Fire Code Enforcement section of the Fire Department Prevention Division is responsible for conducting inspections for fire code violations.
The Harrisonburg Fire Department Prevention Division encompasses three areas; education, inspections, and investigations.
Small backyard fires are permitted in the City of Harrisonburg, and the Harrisonburg Fire Department wants to provide you with some information and safety tips for recreational fires.
Opticom is a traffic control system that provides a way for emergency vehicles (like fire engines, ambulances, and police cars) to get priority access to traffic intersections.
Sign up to be notified in the event of an emergency situation in this area. Anyone who lives, works, or attends school in the City of Harrisonburg or Rockingham County should register for this free notification.
The City wishes everyone a safe Thanksgiving holiday! Please use fire safety tips found on this website to keep you and your family safe this Thanksgiving!