Allen Fire Department

The Allen Fire Department strives to protect the lives and property of Allen residents through our commitment to excellence, integrity and expertise. Through the use of current technology, ongoing training and participation in the latest emergency medical protocol, we deliver both emergency and non-emergency services. We also work proactively to provide public education, enforcement of the fire codes and emergency management services.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Operational Changes

Allen Fire Department is suspending requests for displays, tours, events, etc. until further notice.

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  1. Central Fire Station and Administrative Offices

    Physical Address
    310 Century Parkway
    Allen, TX 75013

    Phone: 214.509.4400
    Fax: 214.509.4410

    Non-Emergency Dispatch


    Public Training and Education

International Fire Code Changes

Effective August 27, 2019, the City of Allen has adopted the 2018 International Fire Code.  All permits submitted on or after September 1, 2019 must adhere to the new code and local amendments. View new code and local amendments.

Important informational notice and policy statement regarding fire alarm audio and visual occupant notification.

Smoke Alarm Installation

If your home does not have a working smoke alarm, American Red Cross-Texoma Area will install one for you. Simply fill out this online request form. Allen residents should select the "McKinney/Denton" office under the "City" field when completing the online form.

Arson Reward

The City of Allen offers a reward of up to $1,000 to any person who voluntarily gives information to any law enforcement officer which leads to the arrest and subsequent conviction of any person or persons who commit the crime of Arson within the corporate limits of the City of Allen.
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