Blaze & Blue Summer Camp 2022
All camper spots have been taken and a lengthy waitlist is in place for Blaze & Blue Camp, a new, free summer program for young women ages 13-18 offered through the Ann Arbor police and fire departments. This hands-on program will provide young women the opportunity to experience challenging and exciting tasks in firefighting, first response and law enforcement while in a supportive, educational and interactive environment.
Tours and Community Outreach
Walk-in tours of fire stations are available Monday through Friday from 8 to 11 a.m. and 1:30 to 5 p.m.
Tour groups of five or more people, evening tours, truck visits and ride-a-longs can be scheduled by emailing [email protected]. A two-week notice is appreciated when possible.
YouTube Videos on CTN
Ann Arbor Fire Department Station Tour & Gear
City Round Up – Fire Pits and Grills
City Round Up – Fireworks Safety
FYI Interview - Firefighter Recruitment
FYI – Fire & Police Open House
Car Seat Installation
C. S. Mott Children's Hospital conducts car seat installations at Fire Station 6 (Briarwood). Please contact C.S. Mott directly to schedule an appointment.
The fire stations have free naloxone/Narcan kits funded by State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services - Bureau of EMS, Trauma and Preparedness. You must be over the age of 18 to request. Residents are encouraged to stop by Station 1 if feasible.
Residential Entry System
A Knox HomeBox enables firefighters rapid entry to your home without damage if you're not home or unable to open the door. Knox HomeBox is a key safe mounted outside that can be unlocked only by the fire department. This is a voluntary alternative to forced entry, delayed entry or no entry when the fire department is called to your home for a medical emegency or fire alarm activation.