Fire Prevention and Safety Education Programs
The Menlo Park Fire Protection District will provide fire and safety education for any business, school, resource center and age group. We will custom design a program for your age group, business or topic and time. Please call the Fire Prevention Bureau at 650-688-8400 to schedule an appointment for your fire and safety education program.
Safely Home Child Passenger Safety Program
Research finds that nearly 3 out of 4 car seats are misused and over 90% of new parents are using their car seats incorrectly on their first ride home from the hospital. Through our Child Passenger Safety Program, Menlo Park Fire Protection District provides parents and caregivers the education they need to keep their children safe in the car.
The Menlo Park Fire Protection District in partnership with Safe Kids provides one car seat event a month. I you would like to reserve an appointment please sign up on the link below.
You may also schedule an appointment Monday thru Thursday by emailing Carol Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sound the Alarm
Smoke alarms should be present on every floor of your home, in every bedroom, and in every hallway.
Menlo Park Fire Protection District in partnership with the Red Cross provides free smoke alarms and installation to community members within our District in need. Please fill out the form on the link F
Firefighters In Safety Education
Firefighters In Safety Education is a program the Menlo Park Fire Protection District to children from Pre-K to 3rd grade. This program teaches children about 911, Tools and Toys, Smoke Alarms, Stay Low and Go and Firefighters are our Friends.
To schedule a visit please contact Carol Parker at 650-688-8415 or email email@example.com
Remembering When is a fire and fall prevention program for aging adults.
For more information contact Carol Parker at 650-688-8415 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Menlo Park Fire Protection District does not issue bicycle licenses. Please visit your local police department for more information about obtaining a bicycle license.
Helping Hugs Teddy Bear Program
The goal is to provide a teddy bear or other stuffed animal to each child involved at the scene of an accident or traumatic incident. A teddy bear is given to youngsters to relieve some of the trauma and confusion children experience when involved in car accidents, fires, or other traumatic situations. This makes the firefighter’s job a little easier by comforting the child and building a trust or bond with the child thus enabling a less-stressful and more thorough evaluation of the child’s injuries or comfort during a stressful situation.
Hot water burns like fire. Turn your hot water heater down to a comfortable temperature to prevent unnecessary scalds and burns. Always supervise children with water and teach them to turn on the cold water first, then the hot to make the water warm. Test bath water before putting children in to bathe.
Fire Safety In Your Home
- Children and Fire
- Disaster Preparedness Checklist
- Get Out and Stay Alive
- After The Fire
- Juvenile Firesetters
- Child Safety Checklist
- .....More reading materials available upon request
- Firewise Communities
- 911 Education
- Campus Firewatch
- CDC Injury Center
- National Safety Council
- AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
- Health and Human Development Programs
- Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
- Governors Highway Safety Association
- Operation Lifesaver
- Just In Time Disaster Training – Library
(Free video training for Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery.)