Robert Gregory, Director
1 Monument Drive, Princeton NJ 08540
Mission Statement: To promote a fire safe community through employment of education, enforcement and engineering practices, ensuring all residents and visitors to Princeton are afforded the opportunity to live, work and study in a fire safe community.
Fire & Safety Education
The Department of Emergency and Safety Services is proud to offer a wide variety of fire prevention and safety services for all age groups that promote safety throughout the Municipality of Princeton. To schedule a fire prevention program at your location or to schedule a visit to the firehouse, contact Ronald D. DiLapo, Fire Safety Education Specialist at 609-454-4756 or by Email: email@example.com to schedule your safety program.
The following information is provided to promote fire and life safety for all ages. There are a variety of topics and media available to answer many questions regarding fire and general safety concerns. If you do not see an answer to your question, please contact Ron DiLapo at the Department of Emergency and Safety Services for further information.
The following links provide fire safety information for various topics for children through adults. Click on the topic to follow the link.
Please note, the included websites are not owned or maintained by Princeton and we are not responsible for the accuracy or availability of content.
KIDS FIRE SAFETY
Fun interactive games, activities and cartoons for children of all ages!
Kids Coloring Pages and Fire Safety Escape Planning Pages
NFPA Fire Escape Plan Grid 2007
USFA Crossword Puzzles
USFA Coloring Book
FUN GAMES FOR MIDDLE-SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN
FIRE SAFETY INTERACTIVE GAMES FOR
COLLEGE STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS
College Campus Safety
College Fire Escape Planning
Adult Fire & Safety Education Resources
Consumers Product Safety Commission Smoke Alarms - Why Where and Which
USFA Smoke Alarms What You Need to Know
NFPA Smoke Alarm Fact Sheet
NFPA Smoke Alarm Guide for the Deaf
Ionization Smoke Alarm Chart - How it Works
Photoelectric Smoke Alarm Chart - How it works
Home Fire Escape Planning Tips - escape planning tips
FEMA CO Info Sheet Feb 2014
NFPA CO Safety
FEMA Generator Safety Feb 2015
NFPA Floods Fact Sheet
Fireworks Safety Tips
Note: Fireworks are illegal to use in New Jersey, including Princeton unless you are a licensed pyrotechnics operator with the State of New Jersey and have a permit from the Princeton Department of Emergency and Safety Services Fire Marshall’s Office.
Home Fire Safety Checklist
NFPA Home Fires Preparedness Fact Sheet
USFA Curious Kids and Fire Safety
USFA Bedroom Fire Safety
USFA Holiday Fire Safety
USFA Home Electrical Fire Safety