We have more information about the update to our Fire Prevention Portal.

The new Fire Prevention Program Manager certificate training program is now available on the National Fire Protection Association website.

View information about two preventative programs for our seniors and hearing-impaired constituents.

Fire Prevention Week will be observed in the City of Boston this year from October 4 to October 10.

As seniors protect themselves from COVID-19 and socially distance, they are spending more time in their homes. This presentation, in partnership with the Boston Fire Department’s Education Unit, which...

Fireworks are dangerous and illegal. Give firefighters, EMTs, and hospitals their own holiday this year.

Win a chance for a personal thank you from Boston Firefighters who will visit your house with a fire truck.

With the clocks springing forward, the Boston Fire Department wants to remind you to Check your Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors.

Learn about the requirements for propane as a temporary/interim alternative fuel source within the City of Boston

On January 1, 2018, the changes to 527 CMR 1.00 and 780 CMR 9th edition will be effective and implemented by the Boston Fire Department.

This contest is sponsored by the Boston Fire Department and Target for all Boston students in grades 1 - 5.

A valid NFPA Hot Work Safety Certificate is required on all Hot Work Permit Applications effective September 1, 2017.

Boston firefighters are converting to state-of-the-art respiratory protective equipment and SCBA technology.

The new “Hot Work Safety Certification” program is available on the National Fire Protection Association website.

As of Thursday morning, September 22, 2016, the following Boston Fire Department permit applications will be moved to the new Boston Permits and Licenses Portal.

This class offers an overview of nightclub fire safety laws and regulations.

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