Fire Prevention Information

The Warrensburg Fire Department provides many Fire Prevention services. There are many attributes to a good fire prevention system. The Warrensburg Fire Department utilizes a three-part system approach to protect citizens and visitors.

Fire Code Adoption


The City of Warrensburg has adopted the 2012 International Fire Code with local amendments. We strive to maintain safe properties and occupants through Fire Inspections and Fire code enforcement. We work to create a partnership with business and property owners. By working cooperatively, we can find solutions and create a safe environment for work and play.  Business owners can view our inspection checklist (PDF) for fire inspections. This is designed to help business owners pass their inspection the first time. This is more efficient for the fire department and the business.

Public Education


The Warrensburg Fire Department provides educational programs throughout the community.  Programs are provided to schools, preschools, churches, businesses, youth groups, and other civic groups. We can provide information on fire safety and fire prevention, as well as fire extinguisher training and a Fire Safety Trailer presentation. The Warrensburg Fire Department works cooperatively with the Johnson County Fire Protection District to utilize their Fire Safety Trailer and Fire Extinguisher simulator.

Program Options


We stand committed to help the occupants of Warrensburg remain safe from the effects of fires and accidents.  We will educate, direct, and demonstrate safe ways to live and avoid the harmful effects of fire.  We welcome you to our facilities.  You can schedule a time for a visit from us at your location.  Contact us with any questions that you may have. Here are a few links for more information on fire prevention:

www.nfpa.org/

www.usfa.fema.gov/prevention/

https://smokeybear.com/en/about-wildland-fire


Fire Investigations


We stand committed to help the occupants of Warrensburg remain safe from the effects of fires and accidents.  We will educate, direct, and demonstrate safe ways to live and avoid the harmful effects of fire.  We welcome you to our facilities and you can schedule a time for a visit from us at your location.  Contact us with any questions that you may have. Here are a few links for more information on fire prevention:
www.nfpa.org/

www.usfa.fema.gov/prevention/

https://smokeybear.com/en/about-wildland-fire