Fire & Life Safety Education
Our goal at North Metro Fire Rescue District is to ensure that all citizens have access to lifesaving information and to help them develop skills to keep them safe through every stage of life. Starting early, our objective is to partner with our elementary, middle and high schools to educate our youth by delivering age appropriate safety programs.
Perhaps the most challenging population to reach with important life safety information and education is our adult community. Knowing how to prevent emergencies and how to handle life-threatening situations is essential. North Metro Fire provides various educational opportunities for adults and seniors to learn important fire and life safety skills that can make a positive difference in their lives.
To explore the programs that the fire district offers for various populations, please click any of the links below.
North Metro Fire Rescue District provides various opportunities for adults to learn essential life safety skills.
North Metro Fire Rescue District works with businesses to ensure employees are educated on fire safety and evacuation procedures.
North Metro Fire partners with schools and youth organizations to educate young people on hazards around the home and what to do in case of an emergency.
North Metro Fire offers child safety seat inspections for residents who are interested in having their child safety seats inspected by a certified passenger safety seat technician.
North Metro Fire provides a free program designed to deter and educate children and teens about the dangers of fire play before problems reach a point that result in intentional firesetting.