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Request a inspection by the fire department as part of the Child Adoption/Foster Care process.
The Family & Friends CPR Course teaches the lifesaving skills of adult Hands- Only® CPR, child CPR with breaths, adult and child AED use, infant CPR and relief of choking in an adult, child or infant.
Daycare facilities are inspected by Fire Marshal Division personnel on an annual basis as part of the State of Maryland, Department of Human Resources, Child Care Administration licensing requirements and Fire Marshal Division Priority and Frequency Inspection policy.
Transported patients who are not County residents and who are unable to pay due to financial hardship, may request a review of their transport charge(s).
The Anne Arundel County Fire Academy provides training, education, and certification opportunities for fire personnel.
Report suspected violations of the Fire Prevention Code.
The Public Education Office of the Fire Department provides several programs to educate citizens in the areas of fire safety and injury prevention.
Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works conducts fire flow tests for engineers, developers, and sprinkler design companies.
Schedule an inspection in preparation for a fireworks display occurring in Anne Arundel County.
Learn more about the Anne Arundel County Fire Department by scheduling a Friendly Firefighter visit or a tour of a fire station.
A successful fire safety inspection is required for a Family Day Care to be operated out of the home. The Fire Marshal will conduct the inspection based on a request from the State Department of Human Resources.
In some cases, a fire inspection may be required for the approval of a liquor license. The Fire Marshal Division conducts these inspections on an as needed basis.
Schedule a fire safety inspection of new/existing structures to assure code compliance.
Our safety and fire education curriculum was developed to deliver age appropriate educational presentations to elementary students from kindergarten through fifth grade.
Adequate smoke alarms are a necessity to provide sufficient early warning in case of a fire.
Serve your community as a Volunteer Firefighter or a member of the support staff.