Does the Fire Department shut off utilities?

Generally, the Fire Department doesn't shut off any utilities; however, under emergency situations, the Fire Department will shut off electricity, gas, water and possibly other utility services in order to cease or prevent hazards, injury, death and/or property damage or destruction. If you're interested in learning how to shut off your utility services in case of damaged wiring, switches, outlets, water lines, gas lines, etc. please contact a Battalion Chief, the Prevention Division or the Fire Chief from the FD Directory.

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