Fire Station and Engine Tours
PLEASE NOTE: Due to Coronavirus, North Metro Fire has temporarily suspended any fire station or engine tours to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus.
North Metro Fire Rescue District would like you to be our guest! Playgroups, Neighborhood Watch groups and individual families are welcome to make a scheduled tour time to visit any of the seven fire stations within the District. Please be advised that you will need to schedule your tour a minimum of two weeks in advance and should be prepared with an alternative tour date at the time of your call.
The fire district is unable to host birthday parties at the station. However, birthday groups are encouraged to schedule a time to stop by the fire station for a tour as part of their special day. Emergency calls remain a priority, though, so crews may have to end a tour early to respond to an incident.
If you are hosting a community event and would like for our fire engine and crew to stop by your event, you can schedule that with us. Engine requests are scheduled for up to one hour, and crews are still subject to responding to emergencies during this time.
In addition, we cannot fulfill requests for business promotional events, grand openings, etc. Some exceptions may be made in the event that the business is hosting a charity event, or the business is providing a safety benefit to residents at their event (ex: business is distributing free smoke alarms as part of a safety day).
Two weeks prior notice or more. No tours or station visits will be scheduled on holidays.
Requirements and Restrictions
- All minors must be accompanied by an adult.
- For large groups, the minimum age is 5.
- Station visits are restricted to two times a year.
Email: Pam Kutchen