The Ankeny Fire Department strives to reduce fires and prevent injuries through education.
Community Open Houses
- Fire Prevention Week Open House (October)
- Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week Open House (May)
Fire Department Open Houses feature interactive activities for all ages, focusing on fire safety and prevention in the fall and safety and injury prevention. View city calendar for dates and details.
Fire Station Tours
We welcome tours of our Fire Station Headquarters and Fire Museum, located at Fire Station No. 1, 120 NW Ash Drive. Request to schedule a station tour.
The Ankeny Fire Department will visit your classroom, preschool, business or community group. We can send a firefighter, engine and/or ambulance. Programs can be customized to present information on a variety of fire prevention and life safety topics. Request a site visit to your location.
The Ankeny Fire Department does not participate in drive-by birthday celebrations.
Fire Extinguisher Training
The Ankeny Fire Department offers fire extinguisher training to businesses, educational institutions and community groups.
- Training uses a Bullex fire extinguisher simulator
- Training is divided into a classroom portion and outdoor portion where participants may extinguish a live fire in a controlled manner.
- This program can be tailored to meet your group's needs.
Fire & Fall Prevention Programs
The Ankeny Fire Department will schedule CPR classes as requested based on instructor availability. Fees for certification classes will apply. Request additional information about scheduling a CPR class.
Smoke Detector Programs
Smoke alarms save lives, but only if properly installed and functioning. View safety tips and learn how the Ankeny Fire Department can provide assistance.
Adopt a fire hydrant in your neighborhood! This program provides children with the opportunity to help firefighters, neighbors and the community. Learn more and sign up.
Plan Reviews and Operational Permits
The Fire Department is involved in the commercial development process to reviews plans for all new or updated commercial buildings in order to verify the compliance of fire alarms, fire suppression and other fire protections systems. Learn more and view fee schedule.
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