What do I do after a fire has occurred?
You have just had a fire in your home or apartment. Things are a mess and you don't know where to start cleaning up and getting your life back to normal. Let the Fire Department help you. The Department has brochures with suggestions on what to do after a fire.

The brochure helps victims deal with the first 24 hours after a fire, insurance issues, property value and replacement of important documents and records. Call 785-587-4504 for your free brochure. Read more about what to do after a fire.

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1. Where are the fire stations located in Manhattan?
2. What is the ISO rating in Manhattan?
3. How do I obtain a burn permit?
4. Can I burn leaves or brush in my yard?
5. How many fire extinguishers should I have in an apartment house?
6. How many fire extinguishers should I have in my business?
7. Where do I get my fire extinguisher serviced?
8. What do I do after a fire has occurred?
9. How does my club or organization arrange a tour of the fire station?
10. How can I schedule a fire prevention presentation for my organization or group?
11. What is the Rescue Alert program?
12. How often should I replace batteries in my smoke detectors?
13. Where should I place my smoke detectors?
14. Does the Manhattan Fire Department offer CPR, AED or First Aid training?
15. Does the Fire Department fill swimming pools?
16. Who do I call if I'm planning to test fire alarms at my business?
17. How can I report fire hydrant problems?
18. My carbon monoxide detector is showing alarm, but I cannot see any problem. What should I do?
19. Why does my smoke detector make a short chirping sound every few minutes?