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Health & Safety
The Fairfield Police and Fire Departments believe education is key to preventing crime and saving lives and property. In addition to numerous classes and programs throughout the year, they offer the following safety tips and resources. Whether it’s immediate medical attention you need or an aerobics class you’d like to enroll in, Fairfield offers quick access to quality health and medical facilities.
Bicycles are associated with more childhood injuries than any other consumer product except the automobile.
Children's Fire Safety
Find several educational resources on children's fire safety.
The City of Fairfield uses the CodeRED® emergency alert system as a tool to notify its residents and businesses of urgent situations.
Learn more from the Fairfield Fire Prevention Bureau with information regarding Ohio's law governing fireworks usage and safety tips.
Get resources on health issues.
Help for Children Setting Fires
If fireplay activity seems to be a common occurrence with your child, it is not normal, and help is needed to find out why it is happening. Fireplay can be deadly. Don't be afraid to ask for help.
Home & Building Safety
Because more than 5,000 Americans die each year from fire and more than 2.5 million fires occur each year, costing Americans $30 billion, consider the home fire safety tips and resources.
Mercy Hospital and the Mercy Ambulatory Surgery Center are located on Mack Road in Fairfield.
Motor Vehicle Fires
A seldom-recognized part of America's fire problem is motor vehicle fires.
The city of Fairfield does not allow open burning. More information can be found at the Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency.
Preparing for Disasters
Prepare now for a sudden emergency. This checklist will help you get started.
The Fairfield Fire Prevention Bureau offers information for your safety.
Weather Warning Sirens
The City of Fairfield's network of 10 weather warning sirens has been installed to aid in alerting residents of inclement weather.