Community Risk Reduction
Smoke Detector Program
The Midland Fire Department Community Risk Reduction has teamed up with the State Fire Marshal's Office and the American Red Cross to provide free smoke detectors to residents upon request. It is the goal of MFD to improve quality of life and ensure life safety through a risk reduction program. To request installation of a free smoke detector, please call 432-685-7332.
Home Safety Survey
You may be eligible for a home safety survey performed by the Midland Fire Department if you live in a home:
...with someone over the age of 75 and/or under the age of 5; or
...that was built before 1950; or
...with someone who is subject to fall injuries; or
...without a working smoke detector; or
...that you suspect may have electrical hazards.
To schedule a home safety survey, please call the Midland Fire Department at 432-685-7332.
Child Car Seat Safety The Midland Police Department have car seat technicians on staff. To schedule a car seat safety check or installation appointment, please call 432-685-7105.
Free Blood Pressure Check
All fire stations are equipped to provide visitors with a free of charge blood pressure check. Visits for this and other purposes are invited between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. seven days per week.
Midland Fire Department and City of Midland Public Safety Communications Center are working to improve the care and identification of patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through a citywide registry.
To register an individual, complete the Autism database form.