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After the Fire
Read the U.S. Fire Administration's guide about where to start and how to seek help after a fire.
Amarillo Fire Department
Access the Amarillo Fire Department website.
Amarillo Red Cross
Visit the American Red Cross in the North Texas Region website.
Atmos Energy Home Safety
Find home safety tips from Atmos Energy.
Learn more about the National Fire Protection Association's Firewise USA program, which teaches people how to adapt to living with wildfire.
Home Fire Safety Inspection Checklist (PDF)
View and download our Home Fire Safety Inspection Checklist.
Information for Controlled Burns (PDF)
See handout for state guidelines for outdoor burning.
National Fire Protection Association
The National Fire Protection Association website is a great resource to learn more about fire, electrical, and related hazards.
National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG)
The National Wildfire Coordinating Group provides national leadership to enable interoperable wildland fire operations among federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial partners.
Ready, Set, Go
The Ready, Set, Go! Program seeks to develop and improve the dialogue between fire departments and the residents they serve.
State Firefighters' & Fire Marshals' Association
Organized in 1876, SFFMA is Texas' oldest and largest fire association serving the fire and emergency service responders of Texas.
Texas A&M Forest Service is able to predict fire behavior for certain areas and conditions. TFS assessment and predictive services staff develop seasonal forecasts that assist state and local government entities in preparing for upcoming fire seasons.
Wildfire Action Plan
Become a Ready, Set, Go household. Partner with Randall County Fire Department and let us teach you how to take personal responsibility for your family and home by using a Wildfire Action Plan.
Xcel Energy Outages & Emergencies
Find information about power outages and what to do if you suspect a gas emergency.