Fire Department Information:
In addition to providing life and property protection, Live Oak Firefighters provide fire prevention classes, residential fire inspections, residential smoke detector cleaning and test and provide educational classes for the children attending our 2 elementary schools. Annual Fire Inspections are conducted in all commercial structures thus offering the utmost safety to their employee's and patrons. All of this is provided at no charge.
Department Personnel: Learn more about the individuals who comprise the Live Oak Fire Department personnel.
Equipment: Learn about the Live Oak Fire Department's equipment.
Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest
Each year, students from Crestview and Ed Franz Elementary schools participate in the Live Oak Fire Department Poster Contest during Fire Prevention week. Students from each school are judged separately and awards are issued to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in each grade level. Winning posters are selected based upon how creatively the student incorporates the yearly Fire Prevention Week theme into the poster. This year’s theme was “Prevent Kitcen Fires”. One poster is selected as Grand Champion from all of the winning posters. In addition to receiving an award, the Grand Champion winner is invited to ride in Ladder 3 during the Fire Prevention Week parade.
A panel of judges is formed from volunteers of local Live Oak businesses. The 2013 Poster Contest judging panel consisted of Kara Morkousky with Mira Loma, Diane Ellis with Dr. Berry's Office and Kimerlie Hopkins with Country Home Learning Center. We greatly appreciate your time and effort in this event.Congratulations to all of the 2013 Poster Contest winners!
Poster contest winners from Ed Franz Elementary are not posted on our website as directed by Ed Franz staff.
|First Place: Josiah Sanchez||First Place: Courtney Shanklin (CJ)|
|Second Place: Rosalee K. Ramon||Second Place: Mackenzie Balderaz|
|Third Place: Annabelle Lemay||Third Place: Alexis Cano|
|First Grade:||Second Grade:|
|First Place: Jazmin Barba||First Place: Angie Gonzalez|
|Second Place: Robert Warneke||Second Place: Daniel Vargas|
|Third Place: Cameron Andrade||Third Place: Alexander Lopez|
|Third Grade:||Fourth Grade:|
|First Place: Ashley Landin||First Place: Luke Hale|
|Second Place: Lluvia Rocha||Second Place: Mariah Shanklin|
|Third Place: Aubrey Garcia||Third Place:Juan David Bohorquez Roa|
|First Place: Maribel Hernandez|
|Second Place: Luis Saul Juarez|
|Third Place: Lizzie Lile|
West Nile has been in the news this summer and is a concern to our citizens. Click on the link above and learn more about the safety tips put out by Metropolitan Health District to keep your family safe.
"City Council approved Ordinance Number 1466 on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 which amended the Code of Ordinances; adopting 2012 edition of the International Fire Code and 2011 edition of the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code.
Car Safety Seat Training:
The Live Oak Fire Department is proud to announce that Firefighter/Paramedic Pam Loeffler is now a certified Child Passenger Seat (CPS) Technician. Click for more information.
Box Fan Recall
Lasco products is recalling approximately 4.8 million box fans because they pose a fire hazard.
Click the PDF, located under forms and reports, for more information regarding the box fan recall.
Counterfeit Smoke Alarms
About 18,500 counterfeit photoelectric smoke alarms were distributed for free in the Atlanta area between 2006 through May 2011 as part of the Atlanta Smoke Alarm Program. The smoke alarms can fail to alert consumers in the event of a fire.
Click the PDF, located under forms and reports, for more information regarding the counterfeit smoke alarms.
FORMS and REPORTS.