Fire Station Programs
ASAP (Atlanta Smoke Alarm Program): The goal of the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department is to provide a smoke detector in every home in Atlanta. This service is provided free of charge. Please feel free to click visit the city of Atlanta’s website (http://apps.atlantaga.gov/efire/asap1.asp) to complete a request for a smoke detector installation. After completing the application a member of the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department will contact you to schedule an in home installation.
ACERT (Atlanta Citizens Emergency Response Team): This program serves to enhance the quality customer services that you deserve from the Atlanta Fire-Rescue Department. The services rendered under this program will be provided to you at no cost by a group of professionally trained facilitators. This training will further enhance your knowledge, skills, and abilities of emergency preparedness. It will enable you to become self-sufficient should an emergency or disaster occur that prevents or delays the response of professional emergency workers. The ACERT training program prepares thousands of Atlanta residents and workers to help themselves and others for up to 72 hours following a natural disaster or catastrophic event. As a team member you will learn to apply basic skills to help sustain and save lives until help finally arrives.
Fire Station 2 also has a car seat check. Call the car seat coordinator at 404.546.4402 (stations main line) to set up an appointment to get a free car seat and have it fitted for your child. Have to bring car and child to the appointment.
Fire Station 2 is set up to give free blood pressure screenings.