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After-Hours Emergency
To report an emergency to the Public Works department between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. please call 281.652.1900. If you have a Public Works related emergency after 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or 24 hours a day on the weekend, please call 281.652.1900 and our answering service will contact the proper Public Works crews immediately.

Fire Marshal/Emergency Management

Purpose

The Fire Marshal's Office is a division of the Pearland Fire Department that conducts local Public Fire education activities and routine fire inspections throughout the city to identify fire and life safety hazards in an effort to save lives and protect property. 

Mission

The mission of the Fire Marshal's office is to protect the lives and property of the citizens of Pearland by educating the public about the dangers of fire, enforcing fire and life safety codes, investigating hazard complaints, abating unsafe structures, determining the origin and cause of fires, and pursuing those responsible for arson and environmental crimes.

The mission of the Emergency Management Division is to maintain an Advanced Level Emergency Management Program through routine review, updating, and exercising of the Emergency Management Plan.The Fire Marshal is the Emergency Management Coordinator for the City.  The Office of Emergency Management ensures that the City has an updated Emergency Management Plan  that has been routinely exercised, thereby increasing the effectiveness of the City's response to an emergency or disaster.

Services to the Community
The Fire Marshal is actively involved in plan reviews and certificate of occupancy inspections to insure that businesses are safe before being opened to the public.  The Fire Marshal also investigates hazard complaints, environmental crimes, and fires to determine their origin and cause.  Fire Marshal investigations enable the office to identify criminal intent and arson, to pursue those believed responsible, and to eliminate hazards to the public.

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