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The Omaha Volunteer Fire Department, located in Omaha, IL, provides fire protection and emergency response services to the Omaha community. The Fire Department's mission is to prevent the loss of life and property. In addition to responding to fires, the Omaha Volunteer Fire Department also responds to medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, rescue calls, and incidents involving hazardous materials.You may contact the Fire Department for questions about:
The Omaha Volunteer Fire Department provides information on Omaha fire stations and fire districts. They also provide information on fire safety requirements for residential and business buildings, fire safety testing, and public records on the department's activities. The Fire Department issues annual reports with department information, events, and response numbers.Emergency Response Services in Omaha, IL
In an emergency situation, 911 routes safety calls to a dispatch agency, which coordinates the Omaha Fire Department response. In Omaha, the responding Fire House depends on the geographic location, the resources needed for the call, or paramedic emergency services. Some Fire Houses in Omaha, for example, have aerial ladders, fire hoses, fire trucks, rescue vehicles, or water pumpers. Multiple Omaha Fire Stations may respond to the same emergency by sending fire engines.Omaha Fire and Emergency Preparedness Resources
In Omaha, the Fire Department also offers fire and emergency preparedness resources. The Fire Department may offer safety classes, distribute smoke detectors, and run public information campaigns. The educational programs offered by Omaha Volunteer Fire Department include events in Omaha schools to teach children about fire safety and outreach at public events. Omaha residents can also receive fire safety tips and resources on the community's emergency response plan from the Fire Department.Omaha Fire Code Inspections
The Fire Department conducts fire code inspections for Omaha buildings. The Omaha Fire Marshal enforces the Gallatin County and Illinois Fire Code by reviewing plans for new construction or renovations. The Fire Marshal also coordinates with the Omaha building code and building permit offices, and investigates fires to determine their cause.Contact the Omaha Volunteer Fire Department
You may contact the Omaha Volunteer Fire Department by calling 618-962-3145, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Omaha Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 84, Omaha, Illinois, 62871.