How can I arrange for the Fire and Life Safety Educator to come to my school?
The York County Fire and Life Safety Educator delivers fire and life safety educational programs in each of York County's Public Schools throughout the traditional school year. These programs often require multiple school visits and incorporate staff and apparatus from each of York County's 6 neighborhood fire stations.

These programs are typically coordinated between the school administrators and the Department of Fire and Life Safety. If you are uncertain if a program has been scheduled for your school or you represent a private school or daycare center in York County and would like to schedule a visit and/or educational program, please contact the Fire and Life Safety Educator at 757-890-3600 Monday through Friday from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m.

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1. Where is my neighborhood fire station?
2. Is York County a paid or volunteer fire and rescue department?
3. Why does a fire engine come to my house when I call for an ambulance?
4. Do I need a burn permit and how do I get one?
5. How and where can I get a fire extinguisher refilled (recharged)?
6. My insurance company is requesting information such as, the distance from my house to the closest fire station and if it is staffed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week?
7. Does York County offer fire extinguisher training courses?
8. Where can I purchase a fire extinguisher and what type should I purchase?
9. How can I arrange for the Fire and Life Safety Educator to come to my school?