Fire Programs & Tours

Fire Department Mobile Training and Command UnitThe Department continues to teach Fire Safety to all the Kindergarten and First Grade students throughout the City using the Department's Fire Safety House.

Safety House

We replaced the original Safety House that was built by Firefighters (in 1993) from the remains of a burned mobile home with building materials and supplies being donated by numerous businesses throughout the City. The new Safety House is a 29-foot travel trailer acquired through FEMA. The firefighters retrofitted it to meet the needs for an instructional Safety House, including a smoke room to simulate a smoke detector being activated in a bedroom which permits the teaching of the proper way to escape when smoke is present.

The unit is portable and is taken on-site to each of the schools and the students are brought out to the unit in groups of 6 to 8 students at a time. Educating the children about what to do during a fire is still our largest resource to get Fire Safety in the home.Sparky the Fire Dog Marching in the Red Ribbon Rally

Fire Station Tours

Fire Station Tours are offered to any organization, group, family, or individuals that would like to come see our stations. Feel free to contact Kelli at the Administration Offices, listed on our home page, to set up tour. We have given tours to School Classes, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and many other organizations over the years.

For more information about Fire Station Tours, contact:
Kelli Curtis, Administrative Assistant
Phone: 334-348-2641 or 334-348-2642Email Kelli Curtis

Smoke Detector Program

The Enterprise Fire Department, with the assistance of Lowe's and WalMart, has an ongoing smoke detector program. Our goal as a Fire Department is to have a smoke detector in every home in Enterprise.

For more information about our Smoke Detector Program contact:
Kelli Curtis, Administrative Assistant
Phone: 334-348-2641 or 334-348-2642
Email Kelli Curtis

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