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Summer Fire Safety Outreach Materials

The USFA provides a wealth of materials—handouts, a PSA, social media messages and more—to help you teach your citizens simple safety steps. Learn more

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Terrorism and the Fire Service: Where the Two Worlds Collide

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Residential Fire Sprinklers

This guide is a step-by-step approach to begin or enhance efforts to reduce community fire risk. Access the guide.

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Building Key Relationships with Elected Community Leaders

Today more than ever, it's critical that chiefs work hard to strengthen community relations. Engaging the community begins with our local elected officials. More >

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