Fire Education

The Asheville Fire Department offers several different types of education and prevention programs that target children, adults and seniors. These programs are delivered to the public at no charge and are presented in the most professional manner. These programs allow us to achieve our mission, which is to protect the lives, property and environment of all people within Asheville by preventing the occurrence and minimizing the adverse effects of fires, accidents and all other emergencies.

If you would like to schedule any of the following programs, please contact the fire and life safety educator coordinator at (828)259-5644.

 

  • Adult Education (Fire extinguisher classes, Fire and Fall Safety for adults)
  • Citizens Academy
  • Fire Summer Camp
  • Fire Safety Tips
  • Smoke Alarms
  • Kid’s Education
  • Station Tours

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Fire Education News

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Asheville City Council approves design contract for planned Fire Station 13

    Design will move forward for a new fire station planned on a property at 316 Broadway St. near Mount Clare Avenue. At their Nov. 12 meeting, Asheville City Council authorized a $407,567 contract for expansion of design services of Fire Station 13 by Charlotte-based ADW Architects. The funding was already included in the City’s Capital Improvement [...]

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Asheville Fire Department announces pilot program to bring facility dog to Station 7

  The Asheville Fire Department is excited to announce a partnership with Black Mountain-based Paws & Effect to integrate a facility dog, Denali, into Station 7, 37 E. Larchmont Road.   Traditionally, dogs were used to provide companionship and safety for horses used to transport equipment from a station to a fire. While horses are no longer a [...]

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For Fire Prevention Week, Asheville Fire Department reminds residents: Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!

  The Asheville Fire Department is teaming up with the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) — the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week for more than 90 years — to promote this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!™” The campaign, which runs [...]