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Absolutely! The Fire Department has a Juvenile Firesetting Program called FireWise Kids. This is a program of instruction and information sharing designed to teach the importance of fire safety to juveniles. It is a free program offered to all families. Your child can be introduced to the program in several different ways such as:
Every candidate is evaluated to determine if the program is suited for their specific need. If you need information about the program please contact Assistant Fire Chief David McGlamery or Lieutenant Steve Hicks at 423-989-5701.
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Yes, but only after obtaining a burning permit. The permit can be obtained from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at the Central Fire Station, 211 Bluff City Highway. You must be able to provide the 911 address for the property where you are going to burn.
The permit has pertinent information such as:
If Bristol Fire Rescue responded to an emergency medical call in which you were involved you can get a copy of the report by coming to the Central Fire Station, 211 Bluff City Highway,
Reports will only be released after the patient has provided proof of identity with a photo ID and will be required to sign a release. The city complies with all HIPPAA laws and standards mandated by Federal Law.
To obtain a copy of the fire report, you must to come to the Central Fire Station, 211 Bluff City Highway.
Please have the necessary information available in order for the incident report to be provided, such as the date and address of the incident. The charge for the report is $0.15 for each standard copied sheet. If you are from out of the area, you may call the Central Fire Station at 423-989-5701 and Fire Staff will be happy to assist you.
City and departmental guidelines prohibit the fire department from filling swimming pools.