Home Safety Visits

An Arvada Fire member stands on a step ladder to install a smoke alarm during a home safety visit.

* If you have an emergency or your alarms are sounding, exit your home immediately and call 911. Do not use the home safety visit form for sounding alarms. *

Arvada Fire is happy to help you with your home smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. If you need help changing the batteries in your alarms if you need smoke alarms and can't afford to buy them, or if you need help installing the new alarms that you purchased, please fill out our home safety visit request form.

It's our pleasure to provide the help and resources to keep you and your loved ones safe in your home. We also offer home risk assessments to help reduce slips, falls, and hazards in the home.

If you are looking for more mobility assistance the City of Arvada has a great new assistance program. The Arvada City Council recently approved Safe and Accessible Arvada, a project aimed at renovating the homes of low-income, elderly and disabled residents to provide them with better ease of access in their homes. For more information or to apply for assistance, visit the Brothers Redevelopment website or call them at 303-685-4225.