Summer 2020  - Safety Walk & Ride Events

Frisco Fire Safety Town is now postponing plans to reopen.  We hope to offer the public the opportunity to visit very soon. More information will be shared when available.  Thank you for your patience and understanding. 

Our Safety Safety Educational Topics

Severe Weather Safety


Each family should have a safety plan that includes a safe room, an emergency supply bag and a communications plan for after an severe weather emergency. One should understand Frisco's Outdoor Warning Siren system and for what reasons they may be sounded.  Know the difference between a watch and a warning.

Bicycle Safety 


Students should understand the importance of helmets, for both children and adults, while riding wheeled vehicles, and about the proper hand signals to use while riding a bicycle on roads. 

Fire Safety


Students know what to do if a fire occurs in their home. The importance of having an exit plan and practicing it. Every home should have working smoke detectors on each level and outside each bedroom. 


​Outdoor Safety 

Understanding when to stay away from electrical lines and other power generating components as well as the importance of knowing  what to do if one smells gas. Always have lines located before digging.  

Pedestrian Cross Walk Safety

 
Students should understand how to use pedestrian crosswalks both with and without signals.  They will practice crossing the streets and learn to identify traffic signs and signals.  

Basic First Aid

 
Students should understand the importance of basic first aid for minor cuts, insect bites and even burn care.  One should have the basic items included in a first aid kit; And students should understand when to call 9-1-1.

Motor Vehicle Safety


The importance of buckling up, every ride as well as how long a child should remain in a booster seat. 

9-1-1 Safety


The importance of knowing one's address for the purposes of calling 9-1-1 are emphasized.  Children should know how and when to call 9-1-1 on whatever type of phone one has in the home.  

Cooking Safety 


Cooking fires are the number one cause of residential fires.  Students should understand the importance of practicing safety in the kitchen: never leaving items unattended, keeping pot handles turned inward, keeping flammable items away from the stove and more.