Community Prevention

  1. Carbon Monoxide Alarm Detector Act

    Every dwelling unit will be required to have at least one approved carbon monoxide alarm in an operating condition within 15 feet of every room used for sleeping purposes.

  2. Acta del Detectores de Monóxido de Carbono

    A partir del 1 de enero, 2007, cada unidad de vivienda deberá tener por lo menos un alarma aprobada y funcional de monóxido de carbono dentro de 15 pies de cada habitación usada para dormir.

  3. Escape Plan

    Your ability to get out depends on advance warning from smoke alarms and advance planning.

  4. Fire Prevention Classes

    In a sincere effort to keep our young children safe our department is continuing our commitment to fire prevention.

  5. Fire Safety Brochures

    These fire safety brochures cover home escape routes, candle safety, kitchen cooking fire safety and the importance of smoke detectors and are available in both English and Spanish.

  6. Grilling on Decks

    Grilling on decks of multi-unit complexes using open-flame cooking devices is not allowed in the City of Aurora.

  7. Los Conectores Flexibles De Gas

    El cuerpo de bomberos de la ciudad de Aurora ha publicado una advertencia importante de seguridad referente a la posible falla de ciertos conectores flexibles del gas que proveen gas desde las tuberías a los aparatos electrodomésticos tales como estufas, secadoras, calentadores de las habitaciones, calentadores de agua caliente y hornos.

  8. Open Burning

    Regular garbage pick up and recycling programs have reduced the need to dispose of waste products by burning. In addition burning can create particulate matter; pollutants are created that effect respiratory systems.

  9. Outdoor Fireplace

    Conditions for use of an outdoor fireplace shall be for single-family residential property only.

  10. Safety Tips

    Find safety tips for parents in taking care of their children, and general fire safety tips for any residence.