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.
Smithland Elementary School will be celebrating "International Walk To School Day" by learning about pedestrian safety while having fun walking to school!
Members of Safe Kids Central Shenandoah Valley will be visiting neighborhoods in Harrisonburg this summer talking with residents about safety.
Members of Safe Kids Central Shenandoah Valley will be visiting neighborhoods in Harrisonburg this summer talking with kids and parents about safety.
The City of Harrisonburg offers several alert notification systems, Emergency Alert and the Notify Harrisonburg email alerts.
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.
September is recognized as National Campus Fire Safety Month and it's important to educate students about fire safety no matter where they live.
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.
The Fire Prevention Code of the City of Harrisonburg, Chapter 5 §506.1 requires a key repository (key box) for buildings where fire alarms are installed.