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Public Education

The North Aurora Fire Department prides itself in reaching out to the community through Public Education. Throughout the year the firefighters offer/participate in many events to create awareness and promote education.

  • Station tours and safety talks
  • Fire Prevention Week
  • Health Care Provider CPR
  • Heart Saver CPR & AED
  • Heart Saver First Aid
  • Book readings
  • Fire extinguisher training
  • Ready Man Badge for Webelos
  • Kids obstacle course
  • Fire drills
  • Block Parties
  • National Night Out
  • Touch-a-Truck
  • Emergency Vehicle Show extrication demo
  • Funfairs
  • Water Safety class
  • Numerous parades, community events, and fundraisers

Throughout the year there is a high demand for fire department personnel to visit events as well as host classes and tours. We welcome the opportunity to meet our residents on this informal basis and encourage the community to utilize the NAFD as an education tool. The North Aurora Fire Department will send an engine or ambulance to public events and host any of the above classes as availability allows. Please provide at least two weeks advance notice so that we can schedule events and classes. To schedule an apparatus a tour or a class, contact us at (630) 897-9698.

Readyman Badge for Webelos

You never know when you will be called upon to help someone in an emergency -- at the store, while hiking, babysitting, or elsewhere. The Readyman activity badge is designed to help the Webelos get ready for these emergencies. Youth and children are not too young to help others!

This is basic first aid that is designed to help children know and understand the different types of emergencies and how to deal with them. It is based on the Webelos guide book, and will explain what first aid is, how to get help quickly, and how to take care of emergencies as they happen. The class will show how to treat for shock, and how to care for people with cuts and scratches, burns, bites and stings, and choking. This class will cover many topics including swimming safety, biking safety and setting up a home fire escape plan.

This class takes about 2 hours to complete and is available to North Aurora Troops.