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Incident response mapping

It is common to see emergency vehicles en-route to an emergency or service incident, and now details about those calls are readily available. The Ann Arbor Fire Department has launched, a new online, dynamic mapping tool that shows up-to-date data about incident locations, nature of the incidents, response times and more.

All incidents that are logged in the fire department's records management system are mapped and displayed through this tool as far back as the past six months. Incident addresses are rounded to a block number for mapping purposes and for resident confidentiality. Ten different incident category types are displayed on the map, ranging from fires, EMS requests, rescues and more.

[Click on map to visit Incident Response Mapping Application.] 


Mission statement​​​​​​​​​

The  Ann Arbor Fire Department delivers exceptional life and property protection services to the entire community. We serve with compassion and professionalism within an atmosphere of innovation, professional growth, and diversity.

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AAFD participating in U-M EROCA study 

Sudden cardiac arrest is a life-threatening condition in which the heart suddenly stops beating, thus also stopping blood flow to the body. The result is fatal if not reversed quickly; which is why first responders play a crucial role.

The Ann Arbor Fire Department is participating in the University of Michigan Emergency Medicine Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Refractory Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest study (EROCA). Adults in the city of Ann Arbor who experience sudden cardiac arrest and do not recover after initial attempts of CPR and advanced cardiac life support at the scene may be included in the study.

As detailed on its website, the EROCA study’s purpose is to examine the feasibility and potential benefit of early transport of out-of-hospital ​cardiac arrest patients with ongoing CPR to an emergency department with the proper, advanced equipment — extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

AAFD looks forward to helping provide valuable data and experiences to this potentially life-saving study.

Car seat​​ safety  

On the 2nd Wednesday of the month we partner with C. S. Mott Children's Hospital to host a community Car Seat Fitting Station at Fire Station #6, 1881 Briarwood Circle, Ann Arbor, Michigan  48104.  Please call

734.763.2251​ to schedule an appointment to have your child's car seat properly installed.  ​

Residential entry system for AAFD

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.

Routine fire hydr​​​​an​t flushing 

Vie​w a map of routine fire hydrant-flushing areas. 


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