What is the ISO rating for the Harrison Fire Department?
Our current rating is a 2. This number is a factor in your homeowner's insurance. The lower the number, you could receive lower premiums for your insurance, depending on the company. The ISO rating is from 10 - 1. With "1" being the best.

There are many factors considered when determining the ISO rating. Just about every aspect of a city and a fire department is evaluated. Points are given for everything from the training aids a fire department owned to the distance between fire hydrants. ISO wanted fire departments to conduct 20 hours of training per man, each month, in order to maximize points for every training aid. Historically, very few cities ever received a "Class 1" rating. There have been times where only one city, out of the nation, would receive a "1". Presently there may be as many as 40+ cities with a "1" rating in the U.S. This is still a small percentage when one considers the thousands of communities nationwide.

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1. Can I get my child's car seat checked at the Harrison Fire Department?
2. Is open burning permitted in the City of Harrison?
3. Will I receive a bill for Emergency Medical Runs?
4. How do I get a copy of a fire fun report or EMS report?
5. Does the Harrison Fire Department provide smoke detectors to residents of Harrison?
6. Does the Harrison Fire Department provide a "Juvenile Fire Setters" programs?
7. Am I permitted to grill on my patio or balcony?
8. Are outdoor fireplaces permitted?
9. Can I come to the Fire Department to have my blood pressure checked?
10. What is the ISO rating for the Harrison Fire Department?
11. Do you provide home fire inspections?
12. What is a Knox Box?
13. What if a fire hydrant is leaking in front of my house?
14. Does the Harrison Fire Department provide station tours?