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Education and Awareness

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Life Safety Programs & Education

The Brenham Fire Department's Life Safety Division provides quality, timely and accurate educational opportunities and programs to citizens who live and work in Brenham. These programs empower individuals with knowledge, instill positive behavioral changes and prevent injury and death so Brenham is a safer place to live and work.

For additional information on any of our programs, please send an email to Brenham Fire Department.

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Flag Retirement Program

Worn flags can be dropped off at the Brenham Fire Department and at City Hall at the designated box in the foyer/lobby. Our flags honor those who have fought to protect us and serve our great nation as symbols and reminders of those who went before us. The flags deserve a dignified retirement.

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Brenham Bucket Brigade

Hoser, Siren, Bucky, Blaze, Plug, along with puppets and various characters actively teach fire and life safety lessons to local children. The Brenham Bucket Brigade consists of active Brenham Fire Department Employees who know the dangers of fire first-hand. The Life Safety Education office annually reviews injury and death statistics for Washington County children ages birth to 13 years and incorporates high-occurrence subjects into the shows.

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The Brenham Bucket Brigade performances are scheduled throughout September and October in honor of Fire Prevention Month. Life safety messages are shared with children in Brenham ISD, elementary schools within the city limits of Brenham. For more information about this or one of Life Safety Division's other programs, please contact the Brenham Fire Department

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Safety Information & Resources

  • After a Fire
  • Change Your Clock / Smoke Alarm Batteries
  • Child Safety Seat
  • Child Injury Protection
  • Christmas Tree Safety
  • Family Safety
  • Free Smoke Alarms
  • Just for Kids
  • Juvenile Fire Setters
  • Kids & Cars Heat Safety
  • Medication Disposal
  • Needles and Sharps Disposal
  • Pool & Water Safety
  • Senior Safety
  • Turkey Frying
  • Wintertime Fire Safety

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More Fire Safety/Firehouse Visits

  • Schedule a free tour of our fire station.
  • Ask us to participate in your community event.
  • Request a presentation for your organization.


Request a Visit

Looking for more fun ways to learn about fire safety? Visit the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and check out their interactive games.

After your visit to the Firehouse, print out your official certificate!

**Visits and events must be scheduled 2-4 weeks in advance. Please note that we do not schedule events on Friday and are unable to host birthday parties.**

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After a Fire

Change Your Clock/Smoke Alarm Batteries

Child Safety Seat

Child Injury Protection

Christmas Tree Safety

Family Safety

Free Smoke Alarms

Just for Kids

Juvenile Fire Setters

Kids & Cars Heat Safety

Medication Disposal

Needles and Sharps Disposal

Pool & Water Safety

Senior Safety

Turkey Frying

Wintertime Fire Safety