Stop by the Valley Mall for Monster Mash and visit Safe Kids for a free treat and to learn how to keep your family safe on Halloween!
Join HFD at the Valley Mall during Fire Prevention Week for Senior Citizens Day. Free donuts and coffee for senior citizens to enjoy while learning how to keep fire safe.
The summer is a great time for grilling and enjoying the outdoors in Harrisonburg, please consider some safety tips for celebrating outdoors in Harrisonburg. The City Code for use of fireworks can also be found online.
Stovetop Firestops are small unique devices that mount to your vent hood or microwave above your stove. If a fire breaks out on the stove, the flame activates a fuse that releases powder which puts the fire out.
A regular monthly meeting of Safe Kids Central Shenandoah Valley held at Rockingham Group Insurance - 633 East Market St.
The holiday season is here! Celebrate the holidays safely with these fire safety tips for your home!
The City recommends residents to prepare now for winter weather to come later. Make sure you have an emergency supply kit and when it does snow, stay off the roads if possible and clear sidewalks for pedestrians to safely walk through Harrisonburg.
Fire education programs offered by the Harrisonburg Fire Department.
City residents can order one large cheese pizza to be delivered by fire personnel. Firefighters will also check to see if the resident’s smoke alarm is working properly.
Resources for fire safety, personal safety, preparedness and prevention techniques.