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  • Have Your Say 2020

    Consultation

    Your opinions and feedback will help shape the service that we provide.

    Please read through the proposal details & give your feedback on the survey here.

  • Self-isolating?

    Stay Safe

    With more people staying in, there could be an increased risk of fire at home.

    By following our simple fire safety tips you can help to reduce the risk of fire and help us to support communities through the Coronavirus outbreak.

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  • #BeMoorAware

    Help protect our countryside.

    Each year wildfire destroys thousand of hectares of our countryside, having significant effects on the economy, environment and social fabric of rural areas.

    #BeMoorAware

  • Contacting Us

    If you have an emergency please dial 999.

    Please note that during the COVID-19 emergency period our main administrative telephone line will not be staffed.

    Please contact the department or person required by e-mail, or by using their direct dial number if you can. Contact details can be found here

  • Business Fire Safety – CoVid-19

    Fire safety information for businesses

    West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service advise you to review your Fire Risk assessment and Emergency Plan in light of the impact of CoVid 19 on your staffing levels, operating times, business processes and evacuation arrangements. Here

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