DFR is set to kick off its 9th Citizenís Fire Academy (CFA) on
April 4, 2013. Applications are being accepted for this exciting learning opportunity.
The deadline for application submission is March 12, 2013.
A student learns through hands-on training during a past CFA class.
The CFA is an exciting opportunity to learn more about Dallas Fire-Rescue Department multifaceted
operations.To Learn more about the CFA
and to submit an application, please click on the link:
Dallas Fire-Rescue provides free smoke
alarms for City of Dallas residents. Just Click on the smoke alarm to
make a request. Click here for a
brochure on Smoke Alarm Safety and Maintenance Tips.
Stop by and visit the Dallas
Firefighter's Museum, located in Old No. 5 Hook and Ladder Company
Station. Erected in 1907 and the oldest remaining fire station in Dallas,
it was dedicated on September 23, 1978 as a historic landmark. Enjoy
viewing the antique horse drawn, hand drawn, and motor driven fire
apparatus. See a turn of the century fire alarm office and thrill as the
bell clangs out the alarms. See the old fire house setting with its wood
burning stove, and the bedroom scene with the bunkers at the ready beside
the old iron bed. Click here or on
the link to the left for more information
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