The Lewisville Fire Department offers a variety of fire and life safety education programs for all ages, because knowledge is not only a powerful deterrent of fire and other hazards; it can also be a lifesaver.

Below is a list of the public education services we currently provide. If your family, school, business or organization is interested in learning more, Please contact our main station at 336-945-5983 or send us a message.

  • Youth, Adult fire prevention education
  • Fire extinguisher training
  • Home hazard safety and inspection
  • Residential smoke detector and carbon monoxide alarm installation
  • Child safety seat inspection
  • CPR training



What are the burning regulations in our area?

Why does a fire truck respond to a medical emergency?

  • Staff at the Lewisville Fire Department are trained to the EMT level.  These personnel can routinely arrive faster than an ambulance and can administer emergency medical care to someone in need.

Why does the fire department flow hydrants?

  • The department flow tests fire hydrants annually to make sure there is adequate water available in the event of a fire. Additionally flow testing and maintenance of fire hydrants helps to improve the fire insurance rating of the community, which in turn lowers homeowners’ and business owners’ insurance premiums.

What is my fire insurance rating?

  • If a commercial or residential property is located within five road miles of a fire station, the insurance rating is 4. Commercial or residential properties more than five road miles from a fire station have an insurance rating of 9.

Where and when can I get my Child safety seat inspection?

  • Child seats are inspected on Tuesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.  The inspections are held at 216 Lewisville-Clemmons Road in Lewisville.

Can the fire department fill my swimming pool?

  • The Lewisville Fire Department cannot fill swimming pools.

What are the requirements for gates to subdivisions and driveways?

  • See attached pdf.

Does a resident have to register their fire alarm system with the fire department?

  • The Lewisville Fire Department does not require a fire alarm permit or the registration of residential fire alarm systems. We do ask that residents keep their alarm systems maintained to help prevent false alarms.


Carbon Monoxide / Smoke Alarm Request

You must be the owner and occupying a single family dwelling to qualify. If you rent your home or live in a multi-family dwelling, it is the responsibility of the property owner to provide a device.