Since 1922, fire departments across the country have observed Fire Prevention Week, making it the longest running public health and safety campaign on record.
September is National Preparedness Month. "Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can." Get tips and information to find out how to get involved.
Our hearts go out to everyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Many of our community members have asked how they can help. According to FEMA, the best way to help is with cash donations to trusted organizations.
The City of Culver City was awarded an Assistance to Firefighters Grant to aid its citizens who lack working smoke alarms in their residences.
Where can I learn CPR?
How do I ensure I have installed my child’s car seat properly?
Fire extinguishers--does the fire department service them?
No, but you may contact the Fire Prevention Division at (310) 253-5925 for the latest information on state-approved and Culver City-approved contractors.
Smoke Alarms--how often should I change the batteries?
You should change your batteries twice a year and we recommend you change them each time you set your clocks for standard time and daylight saving time.
Carbon Monoxide--what is it and what do I need to do about it?
Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is produced from heaters, fireplaces, furnaces, and many types of appliances and cooking devices. It can also be produced from vehicles that are idling. Click
here for more information. Find a fact sheet by clicking here.
Senate bill 183, also known as the "Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act," requires that a carbon monoxide (CO) device be installed in all dwelling units intended for human occupancy.
Carbon Monoxide detecting devices should be installed outside each sleeping area of the home. More FAQs