The City of Auburn and Auburn Fire Division believes one of the best ways to eliminate the loss of life or property is through educating the public about fire prevention and safety. For this reason, fire safety education is a primary goal within our City.
The Auburn Fire Division offers a wide variety of public education opportunities. Auburn firefighters are available to deliver several different fire safety presentations designed for various individual groups. We speak to both the residential and business communities. Our message to the community is extended primarily through schools, public events, and upon request. On request, a presentation can be scheduled for a preschool, child care facility, school, community group, senior citizen group, business, etc.
Seasonal Fire Safety Information
- Oxygen Safety Tips
- Space Heater Safety Tips
- Christmas Tree Safety Tips
- Stop Winter Holiday Fires
- Thanksgiving Safety
- Grilling Fire Safety
Fire Station Tours
Due to construction of the new Public Safety Building, station tours are being discontinued. Please read Chief Lankford's memorandum regarding station tours for additional information.
Fire Truck Display
Fire trucks and firefighters may be requested to come to you for events to answer questions about fire prevention and general questions about the fire trucks and being a firefighter. Firefighters will give a brief overview of the fire truck, firefighter equipment, firefighting protective clothing, and fire safety. Please keep in mind that emergencies take priority, and in the event of a fire call, the fire trucks may leave the event and respond to the emergency.
Fire Safety House
The Fire Safety House is a mobile learning vehicle. Upon request for large public events, the Auburn Fire Division will deliver hands-on training and education to children and their parents in the safe, controlled and realistic environment provided by the Fire Safety House. One of the most important uses of the Fire Safety House is the ability to simulate smoke conditions in a home setting through the use of non-toxic theatrical smoke. The emphasis on this simulation is awareness of the environment around you and how to escape your house during a fire. The Fire Safety House is a resource provided by Lee County, so the Auburn Fire Division's ability to provide the Fire Safety House will depend on its availability.
Other Public Education Presentations
The Auburn Fire Division will gladly have firefighters speak to your group on a wide range of topics regarding fire prevention, household safety, the day to day activities of the fire department, and any other related topics regarding fire safety. These topics include, but are not limited to: smoke detector use and care, fire extinguisher education, business pre-fire planning, stop drop and roll, knowing your local emergency numbers (911), fire drills, etc.
How to Schedule an Event
For more information or to schedule an event, please contact Public Safety Administration at (334) 501-3110. Please provide at least a two-week advance notice of the event due to a high demand for these services.