Led by Chief Chuck Hubbard, the City of Ann Arbor Fire Department provides various emergency services, including fire suppression, vehicle accident and extrication, medical assistance, and water and ice rescue, and plays a large part in Washtenaw County hazardous Material and Technical Rescue teams. The Departmentís Fire Prevention Division conducts fire safety inspections of commercial buildings, oversees fire-related permits, and investigates all suspicious fires. Currently operates out of five stations twenty-four hours per day to respond to emergency and non-emergency requests.
Led by Chief John Seto, the department functions 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Investigative section: 794-6930.
Community standards complaints: 794-6942. Community standards officers handle clean communities complaints such as overgrown grass, vegetation obstructing the use of a public sidewalk, signs in public rights of way, snow/ice on the sidewalks, and sidewalk occupancy complaints.
Crime prevention and Neighborhood Watch: 794-6933.
Lost & found: Police Desk, Justice Center, 2nd floor, 794-6952.
Parking complaints (for blocked driveways, traffic): 994-2911.
Towed vehicles: If your vehicle has been towed, call the Washtenaw Metro Dispatch, 994-2911. See Towing and Impoundment in the Parking & Transportation section of this guide for more information.