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The Fishers Department of Fire and Emergency Services encourages the public to visit fire stations, learn about protecting themselves from fire and injury, and get to know how the department strives to make the community safer. 

Even though fire and injury prevention isn’t just for kids the department’s educators and firefighters spend nearly 180 days visiting children at schools and preschools to teach them how to call 911, be weather aware, always wear a helmet when on wheels and water safety. 

Preschool children and the elderly are at the highest risk of being killed in a fire. Parents are the key to survival for children too young to understand how to react in the event of a fire in their home. 

If your neighborhood association, church, or any group of adults is interested in a discussion about safety and the safety of your children, please email the department to arrange a presentation. 

Educational Presentations & Programs

  • CPR / First Aid 
  • Fire Prevention and Safety 
  • Water safety in and around the home 
  • Disaster Preparedness