Gain Confidence in Prevention Measures

Lower the impact of preventable risks in your community. By understanding patterns in the data and exploring causes, you can drive changes that will keep your community safer. Use maps and spatial analysis to identify common fire hazards and calculate risk. Model scenarios to enhance firefighter safety and remain in compliance. Armed with your community risk assessment, you'll have a head start on fire prevention education programs, inspections, building code modifications, and response planning.



With incident maps, make data-driven decisions on where to dispatch mitigation activities.


Analyze risk data to develop informed intervention plans that minimize the impact of incidents.


Understand the nature of risks in your community so you can deploy the right resources and enhance results when incidents occur.


ArcGIS for Local Government Fire Service Solution

The fire service solutions within ArcGIS for Local Government consist of a series of mapping applications and models designed for fire service, by the fire service. These applications and templates are based on industry standards and designed to get you up and running fast. Analyze risk; develop pre-incident plans; and improve response activities that protect human life, property, and natural resources in your community.

Explore the ArcGIS for Local Government fire service solution.

ArcGIS Platform

The ArcGIS platform can help meet the increasing demands and challenges fire, rescue, or EMS agencies face every day. Use intelligent online maps and useful apps to create, organize, and share public safety information and tools with anyone. These apps run on desktops, the web, smartphones, and tablets.

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ArcGIS Online

Give everyone in your organization the power to quickly visualize and analyze incident and risk data in the cloud. Configure your ArcGIS Online site with a ready-to-use implementation solution for your fire agency. Communicate with your community by creating public-facing maps that show how they can stay safe when an incident occurs.

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