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Ann Arbor Fire Department

Station 1, 111 N. Fifth Ave.
Emergency: call 911. Nonemergency, (734) 794-6961

Led by Fire Chief Mike Kennedy, the fire department provides a broad range of emergency services to the community, including fire suppression, vehicle accident extrication, medical assistance, and water and ice rescue, as well as playing a large part in Washtenaw County's Hazardous Material and Technical Rescue teams. The department also provides fire prevention services, conducting fire-safety inspections, overseeing fire-related permits, and investigating fires. a2gov.org (click on Departments)


Ann Arbor Police Department

301 E. Huron, Justice Center, 2nd floor [map]

Emergency: call 911. For nonemergency requests for service, call (734) 994-2911 (24 hours). police@a2gov.org, a2gov.org/police

Chief of Police Michael Cox leads the city's police department, which functions 24 hrs. a day, seven days a week.

Community Standards: (734) 794-6942. Handles complaints about "clean communities" violations such as overgrown grass, vegetation obstructing the use of a public sidewalk, signs in public right-of-ways, snow/ice on the sidewalks, and sidewalk cafe issues.

Crime prevention and Neighborhood Watch: (734) 794-6933.

Lost & found: Police desk, Justice Center, 2nd floor, (734) 794-6920.

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