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Q: How do I become a firefighter?
A: An overview on how to become an Orland Fire firefighter can be found here.

Q: Where do I sign up for CPR classes?
A: CPR classes can be found here.

Q: Do you install car seats or check car seat installations?
A: The Orland Fire Protection District does install and check car seats. You can find more information here.

Q: What number do I call in the case of a non-emergency situation?
A: Any resident who needs help should call 9-1-1 and the dispatcher will determine the needed response. This would be the same whether the patient was suffering from a serious injury or illness or just needed help up the stairs or from the residence to the car. Resident assistance is a provided service and of course is not billed to residents but recorded as “citizen assist.” We understand that needs can change based on medical conditions, circumstances, finances, etc. and if more regular or frequent help is needed our paramedics will forward that information to community based programs such as PLOWS for help. PLOWS Council on Aging is a nonprofit social service organization serving individuals 60 years of age and older in Palos, Lemont, Orland, and Worth Townships.

Q: How do I request public records?
A: Instructions on requesting public records can be found here.

Q: How do I obtain a copy of the latest Annual Financial Audit?
A: A PDF version of the 2014 Annual Financial Audit can be found here here.

Q: How do I obtain a copy of the latest Annual Report?
A: A PDF version of the 2014 Annual Report can be found here.

Q: What do I do with my unwanted flags?
A: The OFPD collects retired U.S. flags here.

Q: How do I properly report an emergency?
A: The proper ways to report emergencies can be found here.

Q: How do I obtain fire codes and regulations?
A: The latest fire codes and regulations can be found here.

Q: How do I schedule a fire inspection or obtain a fire permit?
A: All necessary information about fire inspections and permits can be found here.

Q: Where can I find the current Firefighter Eligibility list?
A: The 2013 Firefighter Eligibility List is located here.

If you have a question that is not answered here, feel free to contact us.

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