Keeping up with Active and Recent Incidents
For information related to Active and Recent Fire incidents, see the following links:
Active Fire Incidents
Structure Fires Past 72 hours
How to monitor radio traffic
Fire service terminology
Important Media Line Notice
On the Record
For official information about department activities and operations, or to request a spokesperson for an interviews, contact:
Public Information Office at (210) 207-8492.
For Open Record/Freedom of Information Act requests, please use the city's online open request system.
We Could Use Your Help
As Benjamin Franklin said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Following this wisdom, SAFD is committed to providing life safety education for the citizens of our community, in order to have a positive impact on their health and safety. Through a mix of published safety information, community programs and youth-oriented activities we’re proactively working to get the message out.
You can assist us in this effort by also proactively getting the message out about personal safety and fire prevention. Feel free to leverage our safety information for articles or stories. Contact our Community Safety & Education Division if you need information for a different topic you want to cover. The best time to raise awareness of an issue is before a tragedy happens.
We would greatly appreciate your help in this area.
|SAFD’s Mission Statement
To provide the highest level of professional service to the public by protecting lives, property, and the environment while providing
life safety community education.
To be a service driven, nationally recognized leader in providing emergency services with exceptional leadership, open communication, state-of-the-art resources, and a healthy, highly trained, and motivated workforce.