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CSFD: Smoke Alarm Request Form

Smoke alarms should be placed in all bedrooms, outside each sleeping area, and there must be at least one smoke alarm on every level, including the basement.

The College Station Fire Department has battery-operated (9-volt) residential smoke alarms that are available at no cost to College Station homeowners who are either physically or financially unable to purchase or install their own smoke alarms.

Depending on the size of your home and your need for smoke alarms, the inspection can take between 30 minutes and one hour to complete.

The homeowner must be present at the time of the smoke alarm installation. If you do not own your home but have concerns about your smoke alarms, contact your property manager.

If your smoke alarm is chirping and you are unable to change its batteries, call 979-764-3700 to speak with a fire department dispatcher.

Residing Address:
Zip Code:
E-Mail Address:

Phone Number:

How many smoke alarms are in your house?

How many are NOT working properly?

How many smoke alarms are missing?

What year was your house built?

Excluding atriums, what is your tallest ceiling height?

Smoke alarm inspections can be scheduled during the following times: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. or 1-4 p.m.The fire department will make every effort to accommodate your specific requests but cannot guarantee that the times requested will be available.

Please provide three desired dates and times for inspections:

Please note any additional information that may be helpful when scheduling your request: