- Fire Department
- Be Prepared
Personnel conduct fire safety inspections which are mandated by the state for certain facilities.
The City of Pittsburg has literally been concerned with fire prevention efforts since the city was incorporated on August 22, 1891, years before the creation of the Fire Department in 1905.
This page will give you full details so that you can determine what and if you can burn. However, it is always best practice to call the Pittsburg Fire Department before you burn at 903-856-6392.
Sign Up for Smart 911
Stay informed of local emergencies and severe weather by opting in to receive emergency alerts by phone, text, or email. Smart911 powers the City of Pittsburg’s emergency alerts by Rave Mobile Safety. The service is offered in partnership with the East Texas Council of Governments, which provides access to the system for many cities and counties throughout the region.
Home Fire Safety Checklist
Checklist by FEMA to guide in household fire safety.
Fire Escape Plan
Strategy to plan for a fire breaking out in a home, residents may have only a few minutes to get out safely once the smoke alarm sounds. Everyone needs to know what to do and where to go if there is a fire.
Cooking Fire Safety
Teach community members to cook safely by giving them information about cooking fire risks and how to prevent cooking fires.
After the Fire
In the event you do have a fire in your home this is a guide on what to do afterward.