The Philadelphia Fire Department and Drexel University announce the release of the new “Philadelphia Fire Department Safety App” on Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 1:00 pm. on Drexel University Campus, 33rd and Race Streets. For smart phone users, the application is optimized for IOS and will run on Android platforms, giving users instant access to fire prevention and safety information.
The Citizens for Fire Prevention Committee, a 501 C 3 non-Profit organization and the Philadelphia Fire Department are extremely grateful to the generous donors to the 2014 Freedom from Fire Campaign and the 43rd Annual Gala benefitting the campaign Their contributions are saving lives We know that Smoke Alarms and…
The 46th Annual Fire & Life Safety Seminar occurred from June 17-20th! View photos here!
The BAFFY (Be A Fire Fighting Youth) Bunny Fire Prevention Contest is held each year in the Spring It is open to all Philadelphia students between the ages of six and twelve years old
The contest consists of a standardized entry form and a puzzle with a fire prevention theme
Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers, Citizens for Fire Prevention Committee President Joe Flores and Jodi Eshleman, Consultant Engineer with FM Global held a press conference at the Fire Administration Building for a Grant presentation benefitting the hearing impaired
The FM Global provides comprehensive global commercial and industrial property insurance, engineering driven…
Donate today to the Insurance Society of Philadelphia Gala’s “ Text to Pledge to the Citizens for Fire Prevention Committee”
Today the PPA is releasing an instructional video that explains how the cameras work, and how the cameras are changing driver behavior and saving lives here in Philadelphia.
Dear Citizens: The Philadelphia Fire Department along with the Citizens for Fire Prevention Committee is sponsoring our Annual BAFFY (Be A Fire Fighting Youth) contest. This contest will begin on Monday, February 25, 2013 and is open to all Philadelphia school students between the ages of six and twelve years old.
Welcome and thank you for visiting our newly redesigned website! You will notice that it’s been completely revamped. The site includes many new features such as improved navigation and links to other fire safety resources. You will not only find the safety information that you are looking for but also be able to see and read about all the good that the Citizens for Fire Prevention Committee and the Philadelphia Fire Department do throughout the year.