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Omaha Fire Prevention Contact Information

Dividing Line-East-West is 108th Street North-South is Dodge

This information is provided to assist the public in more efficiently contacting the appropriate Inspector.

If you are not sure which Fire Inspector should be contacted, please call our office at 444-5707. 

Territory

Name

Phone

Email

Battalion Chief

Scott Fitzpatrick

402-980-0639  

scott.fitzpatrick@cityofomaha.org 

Assistant Fire Marshal  

Daryl Giles

402-444-5799

daryl.giles@cityofomaha.org

Plans & Construction

Captain Steve Thornburg

402-490-5262

steven.thornburg@cityofomaha.org

Northwest Sector

Captain Dave Mausbach  

402-660-0866

david.mausbach@cityofomaha.org

Southwest Sector

FF Kurt Urkoski

402-660-0868

kurt.urkoski@cityofomaha.org

Northeast Sector

Captain John Olson

402-660-0857

john.olson@cityofomaha.org 

Southeast Sector

FF David Kline

402-660-2154

david.kline@cityofomaha.org

Day / Child Care

Captain Jeff Jamison

402-616-7948

jeffrey.jamison@cityofomaha.org 

Tanks

Vacant

Residential

Captain Chip Schneider

402-290-7950

craig.schneider@cityofomaha.org 

 

     

Fire Systems

FF John Gaughan

402-490-5315

john.gaughan@cityofomaha.org 

Schools

Captain Chris Hopkins

402-490-7851

christopher.hopkins@cityofomaha.org  

Account Clerk

Jessie Bass

402-444-5707

jessie.bass@cityofomaha.org

 

News and Information

  • Fire Prevention Week - October 7-13, 2018

    2018-10-05 20:31:39

    Fire Prevention Week is October 7-13, 2018. The national theme for this year’s fire prevention week is “Look. Listen. Learn. Be Aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” The Omaha Fire Department performs Fire Prevention all year round and ou ...

  • 2018 National Night Out

    2018-05-30 14:55:43

      WHAT IS NATIONAL NIGHT OUT? National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out ...

  • Burn Ban in effect until 0700 on Thursday, May 3, 2018

    2018-05-01 20:13:13

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Burn Ban in effect until 0700 on Thursday, May 3, 2018.   The Omaha Fire Department would like to remind everyone that there will be high winds and threat of severe weather. Due to these atmospheric condit ...

  • Community Awareness for the Active Killer Threat Presen ...

    2018-04-05 14:08:11

      Community Awareness for the Active Killer Threat What should you do if you find yourself in a situation where there is an active killer threat? It's imperative that we as a community face this issue head on and be prepared.& ...

  • Tri County Fire Corps Exploring Program

    2018-02-06 20:13:26

      Tri-County Fire Corps Exploring Program - Discover a career through exploring! Learn the skills necessary for a career in firefighting through classroom instruction and hands on experiences. Training in areas such as CPR/AED, fire extinguis ...

  • Hood Suppression System Plan Requirements

    2017-02-01 17:43:23

    Please click here to access the Omaha Fire Department Hood Suppression Plan Requirements. 

  • Carbon Monoxide Safety Act Effective January 1, 2017

    2017-01-03 13:40:54

    “Quick Reference Notes for C.O. Alarms” Nebraska Legislation Bill 34 -Carbon Monoxide Safety Act Effective January 1, 2017                     &n ...

  • Omaha Fire receives Silver Award

    2016-06-16 14:54:02

    The Omaha Fire Department has received the American Heart Association's Mission: Lifeline EMS Silver Award for implementing quality improvement measures for the treatment of patients who experience severe heart attacks.  The American Heart ...

  • Fire Department attends 14th annual SAFE event

    2016-06-07 18:30:30

    The Omaha Fire Department attended the 14th Annual SAFE Event on Saturday, June 4, 2016 at the Omaha Kroc Center, 2825 Y Street. The free event, hosted by the Omaha Police Department, featured food, music, games and safety demonstrations. S ...

  • Rescue Task Force Training

    2016-02-26 15:40:42

    Rescue Task Force Training Omaha firefighters and paramedics recently trained alongside local law enforcement officers.  The implementation of the Rescue Task Force allows skillfully trained paramedics to enter the "hot zone" during an active e ...

  • Firefighters change battery and shovel walkway

    2016-01-26 16:29:51

    Firefighters are at work 24/7 always willing to serve members of our community.  Some go above and beyond. KMTV Channel 3 recently reported on such a story.

  • Training Division Conducts First Session of 2015 CPT

    2015-01-19 07:13:30

    The Omaha Fire Department’s Training Division conducts CPT, or Continuous Professional Training, annually from January to November. CPT is an opportunity to hone current skills, learn new skills, and engage in unique training scenarios. Three sessi ...