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What is the indoor clean air ordinance? back to top
Learn about Olathe's Indoor Clean Air Ordinance.
How do I request a fire truck to visit our neighborhood block party? back to top
How do I schedule a fire station tour? back to top
How often should smoke alarms be tested? back to top
Test weekly by making Tuesday Test Day!
Why does the fire truck respond to medical emergencies with the ambulance? back to top
Every Olathe firefighter is an emergency medical technican or paramedic. We work closely with Johnson County Med-Act to provide quality, emergency medical care to anyone in need.
Will I be billed by the fire department if I have a fire in my home? back to top
No. We are a service organization funded by tax dollars.
Where can I find information about disaster planning and survival? back to top
Olathe's Office of Emergency Management can help prepare your family for a natural or manmade disaster.
Are there learning opportunities for students interested in an emergency service career? back to top
What fireworks can we use in Olathe? back to top
The sale, use or possession of all fireworks is prohibited in Olathe.
Where can I barbecue at my apartment complex? back to top
Storage or use of barbecue grills in an apartment or on a balcony is prohibited. Only grill on flat, stable surfaces which are at least 10 feet away from anything that can burn.
Do I need a burn permit to conduct open burning? back to top
Burn permits are required by ordinance. Call (913) 971-6333 to learn more about burn permit requirements.
Where can I find more information about recovering after a fire? back to top
Our After the Fire booklet contains information about how to recover after a fire.
How do I request an open record (fire report, etc.)? back to top
Call us at (913) 971-6333.
How do I request to use a community room? back to top
Simply complete an online building usage request form and read the resolution establishing the use and fees for the public use of the meeting rooms in Olathe City Hall and City facilities (Resolution No. 06-1133).