On October 24, 2013, Sedgwick County Fire District 1 officially opened the new Station 36 with a "hose breaking" ceremony. The new facility is part of a station relocation project that began in 2004.
If you were served by Fire District 1 recently, please take this survey regarding our ability to provide quality public service.
One survey pertains to general operations (i.e. putting out fires) and the other pertains to the fire marshal's office (i.e. prevention and permits).
We appreciate your feedback!
The ISO rating for the city of Bel Aire recently changed from 3 to 2. This could result in insurance premium savings for businesses in the area.
If you own a business in Bel Aire and realized insurance savings, please share your savings range with us. Thank you!
Help emergency services find you quickly in an emergency. If you live in the unincorporated areas of Sedgwick County serviced by Fire District 1, the Fire District will supply and install a free address sign for your property. Learn more about the Rural Address Marker Program and how to request your FREE sign today.