- Community Risk Reduction
Community Risk Reduction
The Community Risk Reduction Office is a part of the Fire Prevention Division that is overseen by the Fire Marshal. The office provides a variety of fire and life safety education opportunities and will gladly work with you to create a program that meets the need of your group. Please contact 770-719-4054 for scheduling and more information.
Stephaene CoreCommunity Risk Reduction OfficerPhone: 770-719-4054
Jason PeckhamCommunity Risk Reduction OfficerPhone: 770-719-4174
Groups or Individuals wishing to schedule a station tour should contact the Community Risk Reduction Office at 770-719-4054.
Fire Truck Appearances
Groups and Schools can schedule an engine demonstration, where crews come to your location , by calling the Community Risk Reduction Office at 770-719-4054. These are scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis with the understanding that crews may be late and/or have to leave early to respond to an emergency.
Fire and Life Safety Education
The Community Risk Reduction Office provides a variety of fire and life safety education opportunities and will gladly work with you to create a program that meets the needs of your group. Please contact 770-719-4054 for more information and to schedule a class.
Past Education Opportunities
Some of these are performed annually at our local elementary schools and daycares during Fire Prevention Month:
- Friendly Firefighter
- Fire Safety Education
Other educational opportunities that we have presented:
- Fire Drills
- Fire Extinguisher Training
- Adult Fire Safety Education
Smoke alarms save lives, but only if they work properly. Having a working smoke alarm can increase your chance of surviving a house fire and allow advanced notice to evacuate in the event of an emergency. There should be a smoke alarm in every bedroom, hallway, and living area depending on the size and/or layout of the home. If it is a battery-operated smoke alarm, then the battery should be changed every 6 months. We suggest doing this during daylight savings time change. "Change your Clocks. Change your Batteries!" Smoke alarms should be test monthly by pressing the test button.
The City of Fayetteville Fire Department is able to provide smoke alarms for families in need through the partnership of Home Depot and Lowes and their continued commitment to helping and supporting the community. The smoke alarms are available by request and while supplies are procurable. You must own your own home. If you can install them yourself, you may come by our Administration Office located at 95 Johnson Avenue and receive the smoke alarm. If you need assistance, a fire crew may be able to come to your home and assist with the installation.
Home Safety Action Plan
A working smoke alarm will clue you in that there is a fire and you need to escape. Fire moves fast. You and your family could have only minutes to get out safely once the smoke alarm sounds.
Download the Home Safety Action Plan to learn how you can plan your escape.