Irving Fire Department

Victor Conley, Interim Fire Chief
845 W. Irving Blvd.
Irving, TX 75060
T: (972) 721-4857
F: (972) 721-2795

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Annual Report At-a-Glance

Click here to get a quick look at the department's activities for FY2012-13.

Ambulance Billing

For Questions about Ambulance Bills contact:
Med3000 Ambulance Billing Agency
P.O. Box 843949
Dallas, TX 75284
Ph.: (866) 631-3116
Local: (214) 210-5449

This Week's Safety Topic

Carelessly discarded cigarettes, whether tossed from car windows or dropped on the sidewalk, start many fires. ***According to the U.S. Fire Administration, Smoking is the #1 CAUSE OF HOME FIRE DEATHS in the United States. Every year almost 1,000 smokers and non-smokers are killed in home fires caused by cigarettes and other smoking materials.***

Please keep these SMOKING SAFETY tips in mind:

  • If you smoke, smoke outside.
  • Safely dispose of cigarettes in ashtrays.
  • Wherever you smoke, use deep, sturdy ashtrays.
  • Make sure cigarettes and ashes are out.
  • Never smoke in a home where oxygen is used.
  • Never smoke in bed.
  • Be alert! 

Fire Safety Education

Schedule free fire safety education classes for any group, business, or organization located in the City of Irving. Please provide at least 30 days notice to schedule a class.

Complete form Submit a Community Outreach Group Presentation Request

Free Smoke Alarms

Your Irving Fire Department is providing and installing free smoke alarms to residents within the City of Irving. The only criterion for qualification is the residence must not be a rental property. Download application now

Complete the application and return it through one of the following methods.
  • Fax to (972) 721-2795
  • In Person to Irving Fire Administration, 845 W. Irving Blvd.
  • Mail to Irving Fire Administration, 845 W. Irving Blvd., Irving, TX 75060

If you already have smoke alarms, remember to test them each month by pushing the test button down until it sounds. Remember to change smoke alarm batteries when you change your clocks at Daylight Savings Time. If your smoke alarm is over 10 years old it should be replaced. For more information, call (972) 721-2651.