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FireSmart:LA

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Join Pau Gasol and MySafe:LA - Inspect your home for working smoke alarms!

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Ready, Set, Go!

This program is for everyone living in Los Angeles

Are you Ready? Wildfire Season is Coming. Make a kit. Have a plan.

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Fire and Life Safety Education

Are your smoke alarms working?

Our Education Partner MySafe:LA Will Teach you to be FireSmart:LA!!!

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Apparatus

Check out the apparatus used by the LAFD

Check out the array of apparatus operated by the LAFD - AW139 Helo shown here.

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LAFD-CERT

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Important Tips for You!

Whenever you're in danger, seriously ill, or suspect a fire may be burning, you should always dial 9-1-1. However, there are some occasions when calling 9-1-1 may not be the best idea. If you get in a fight with your sister or your parent, you don't need to call the LAFD. If you are tired, upset, lost your library card, or just want to talk, try a friend or a relative. The LAFD responds to more than 1,000 actual emergencies every day, and we need our call takers to be ready to help people in immediate need.
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