How many miles is it to the nearest fire station? How many feet from a fire hydrant? Thanks.

Asked by Lisa, Falmouth, MA Fri Nov 12, 2010

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Lars Estrem’s answer
Lars Estrem, , Chico, CA
Thu Aug 25, 2011
http://FireDepartmentDirectory.com has maps of fire departments for every county and city in the US. You can look up the fire department that is closest to you, give them a call, and ask them for the nearest station. There isn't a single resource out there that has all the fire departments and associated fire stations. So, this makes the phone call necessary.

The fire department should also be able to tell you where the nearest fire hydrant is or be able to tell you how to find that information.
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Here's a better link. http://www.firedepartment.net/nearest-fire-department - Enter your address and the form displays each fire station near your home with the distance in miles.
Flag Fri Apr 24, 2015
Cp, Home Buyer, New York, NY
Fri Jul 28, 2017
how close is the fire station to 1815 Orchard Ln, Redway, ca
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Deerhunt, Home Buyer, New York, NY
Tue Jul 25, 2017
how close is fire department to 3400 Bradford lane Frederick md? is there a fire hydrant within 1000 feet?
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This is not a real estate question so nobody online can answer this for you. You need to call the NON emergency number for the local firehouse and ask them. Also the local police station can tell you.
Flag Thu Jul 27, 2017
prodover2, , Sarasota, FL
Thu Nov 14, 2013
How many miles to the nearset fire station from 627 s. commerce avenue, Sebring, florida?
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Rob, , New York, NY
Fri Jan 21, 2011
Hi Lisa...is there a specific location you're referring to?
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Rory Tishelm…, Agent, Irvington, NY
Sun Nov 14, 2010
There is a regulation regarding the legal distance to fire hydrants. I do not know that Fire houses has a regulation. I do know that this is one of the questions that your home owners insurance asks. THe answers depend on the address, which I think you inadvertently left out of the question.
Just as an additional piece of advice. It is worth being sure that the fire hydrant you are depending on is in good working order. Not long ago I watched an beautiful century old home burn to the ground because there was no pressure in the hydrant that this house depended on.
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Fri Nov 12, 2010
Since no link is visible and no address given, you may wish to ask your question again--or consider a Google search, Google Maps, visit the property and area, or contact any local agent/realty office.
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