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Fire and Rescue Services
Ocean City Fire Department
The Headquarters of the Ocean City Fire Department is located at 550 Asbury Avenue, just at the northern edge of the city's downtown. This four-bay drive-through building was completed in 1983 and serves as the Main Station for the department. The facility includes offices for the Chief of Department, Suppression Officers and Training.
What To Do In Case of a Fire
Don’t panic - escape may depend on clear thinking.
Get out of the house following the planned escape routes, if possible.
Do not stop to collect valuables or to get dressed.
Open doors carefully only after feeling them to see if they are hot.
If they are hot, do not open them, follow an alternate escape route.
Keep close to the floor - smoke and hot gases rise.
When breathing, take short, shallow breaths.
If your clothes catch fire, STOP where you are, DROP to the ground, cover your face with your hands and ROLL to smother the flames.
While it is human nature to run if your clothes catch on fire, it's actually the worst thing you can do. Running "fans the flames" and intensifies the fire.
Keep doors and windows closed unless it is necessary to open them for escape.
Meet at your pre-established meeting place after leaving your house.
Call the Fire Department as soon as possible from outside of home. Give address and name.
Never re-enter a burning building.
Please call the Ocean City Fire Department at 609-525-9182 if you have any question pertaining to escape drills or any other safety issue.