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Community Risk Reduction

The Community Risk Reduction Division serves the citizens of Tempe by protecting life, property and the environment by preventing emergencies before they happen. This is achieved by providing fire and life safety inspections, community education and investigation services to enhance public safety and improve emergency responders' ability to manage an incident. 

ASU Residential and Off Campus Safety

Every year, college students experience a number of fire-related emergencies. The Tempe Fire Medical Rescue Department responds to all fire and emergency medical calls on campus.

Community Outreach

Our Public Education Specialist is available to make presentations to schools, organizations or businesses about our community programs.

Emergency Preparedness

Learn to prepare for any type of emergency including how to create a fire escape plan for your home. 

Fire Inspections

Fire prevention practices include plan checks, inspections, and fire safety permits for businesses.

Fire Prevention

Safety tips for home and businesses

Fire Station Tour or Truck Request Form

Please fill out this form at least two weeks in advance the date for your event.

Kids Safety

Parents and teachers learn about fire and life safety for children. 

Life Safety

Resources about babysitters, hoarding prevention, CPR, cooking safety, seasonal safety tips, water safety and much more.

Seasonal Tips

Holidays and weather safety

Short-term Vacation Rentals

Make sure your vacation rental has basic safety equipment.  Check our list for questions to ask your host.

Water Safety

Stay safe in pools and around other bodies of water.

Sign up for a free safety assessment of your home

Tempe Fire Medical Rescue can do a Home Safety Survey of your home.  Sign up for a visit from a representative who will assess general safety and install a free smoke detector. 

To schedule a visit, contact the Community Risk Reduction division at 480-858-7240.