How do I get help in an emergency?
The following information is presented for you and your children to become familiar with should there be an emergency. Please make sure that your children understand what they should do should a medical, fire, or police emergency occur.

Call 9-1-1 for police, fire, and medical emergencies. When you call for help, what you say is important. Remember to stay calm and speak clearly. Say what is wrong and the kind of help you need. Tell the call taker the location of the emergency and give your name and telephone number. Even if you cannot speak, the call taker may be able to tell where you're calling from. Follow the call taker's instructions and stay on the line in an emergency. Know what to do when you call; roll play with your children, so that they know what to do in an emergency.

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1. How do I obtain a fire permit?
2. How can I obtain a fire report?
3. How do I dispose of hazardous waste?
4. Can I arrange for a fire station tour?
5. Why does the fire truck arrive when I call for an ambulance?
6. How do I get fire department assistance for smoke detectors in my house?
7. What if I smell gas in my house?
8. When was the Missouri City Fire Department founded?
9. How do I get help in an emergency?
10. Can I park in fire lanes?
11. How do I obtain a burn permit?
12. Can I ignite fireworks inside the city limits?
13. What fire safety should a business follow?
14. How do I obtain a commercial fire inspection?
15. What kind of fire escape plan should I have?
16. What are the Insurance Services Organization (ISO) Classification Regulations?