Fire hazard complaints can be made to our Fire Marshal’s Office by email or by calling 972-547-2850.
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You may obtain a copy of a fire report by filing an open records request. You may file the request in person at 222 N. Tennessee Street, fax the request to 972-547-7617 or via email. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday.
To obtain a copy of an EMS report, the actual patient, legal guardian or individual having power of attorney must contact the Fire Administration Office. If you are not the individual listed on the report being requested, you must have a properly executed medical records authorization form. Valid identification must be presented to the Fire Administration Office.
For additional information, please call 972-547-2850, Email or visit the Fire Administration Offices at 2200 Taylor Burk Dr. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The city's third-party billing company is Change Healthcare. On the Change Healthcare website, you can update your insurance or address, view your account or send a message to the billing office. You can also call them from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday at 855-626-9660.
We have two community rooms available for public use. To schedule a community room, please review the usage policy, complete the room use contract (fillable DOC) and return via fax to 972-547-2858 or as an attachment via email.
A $100 deposit is required and will be returned after your event provided no damage has been done to the room or contents. The $100 deposit may be made when you pick up the room key from Fire Administration, located at 2200 Taylor-Burk Dr. For additional information please email or call 972-547-2850.
No. birthday parties are not allowed at the fire stations. We would be happy to assist you with scheduling a tour before or after a party by contacting Fire and Life Safety by email or phone at 972-547-2893.
You can request a clown show by contacting the Fire and Life Safety Division at 972-547-2850 or by Email.
There are depositories at all fire stations and fire administration locations for torn or tattered flags. Fire Stations location Map
You blood pressure can be checked free of charge at any of the McKinney Fire Department locations. There is a blood pressure machine in the lobby of Central Fire Station located at 301 North McDonald Street, as well.
The McKinney Fire Department no longer provides free smoke alarms, but other organizations do.
Inspections for foster homes can be scheduled by contacting the Fire Marshal’s Office at 972-547-2850 or by Email.
Visit our Defend your Drains webpage for information about the proper disposal of medications.