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505.1.1 Addressing of property. Addresses shall be posted on all structures on the street frontage side of the building in contrasting colors in the following sizes, using standard numerals
(a) 0 to 50 feet from street or fire lane - 4 inch numbers(b) 50 to 100 feet from street or fire lane - 8 inch numbers(c) 100 to 150 feet from street or fire lane - 12 inch numbers(d) Over 150 feet from street or fire lane - Monument signage
Effective July 1, 2012 Intermedix has been contracted to provide EMS Billing services for the City of Manassas Fire and Rescue System. They can be reached at (888) 987-2050. More information regarding EMS Billing can be found on the Fire and Rescue Department webpage.
The City of Manassas Utilities Department is responsible for hydrants within the City. Please contact their department for assistance.
To request a free smoke detector, or to request assistance with installation, please contact the Fire Marshal's Office at (703) 257-8455.
Station tours are popular with daycares, school groups, scout troops and birthday parties. During tours, crews will show you around the station while discussing fire safety and protective gear used by firefighters.
It is extremely important to remember that fire and rescue crews attending public education events (whether at the station or in the community) are on duty and must leave the event to respond, if dispatched, for an emergency.
Requesting a visit is easy; all requests are made online at the link below. You will be contacted by a member of the department to confirm your request. Public Education Request Form
Patients can request a copy of their EMS patient report by completing the "Walk-In Patient Form" and the "Authorization to Release Confidential Information" form and submitting to the Deputy Chief. More details can be found on the EMS Billing webpage.