How do I obtain a Fire or EMS report?
Once a fire report is completed, it is public record and is available to the general public. Requests for fire reports can be made by calling the Fire Department and asking for the Captain. Requests can also be made via US Mail. All requests must be for a specific incident, not a ubiquitous request. EMS reports are not public records and are protected under federal HIPPA rights. Any request for an EMS report must include a signed release from the patient or a court order.

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1. My water is discolored. What causes the discoloration and what should I do?
2. How do I report a broken/leaking hydrant and who is responsible for the repair?
3. I want to use a fire hydrant to fill my pool, what do I need to do?
4. Why does the fire truck sometimes respond with the ambulance to emergency medical calls?
5. How do I obtain a Fire or EMS report?
6. Does the Fire Department charge for ambulance service?
7. Does the Fire Department offer CPR training?
8. Does the Fire Department offer tours of the station?
9. Do I need to have a smoke alarm in my house?
10. Are sky lanterns allowed in the City?
11. Am I allowed to have a fire outside?
12. How do I dispose of medical syringes?