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The state has an ordinance against residential open burning in Lake County. This is an “air quality” issue, rather than a fire protection issue, however the fire department will become involved if a complaint is made.
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You can email a request, or call our administrative secretary at 219-662-3248, ext. 506.
Because of the Health Information Portability Accountability Act (HIPPA), we can only release our patient care reports to the actual patient. The two exceptions are if you are a legal parent or guardian of a minor, or you are a legal medical representative to an adult. Patient Care Reports (PCRs) can only be picked up in person, at the fire station. PCRs cannot be sent electronically or mailed.
You can contact the Fire Department Billing Division directly at 219-488-2374. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Any tours that involve larger groups (school, church, daycare, boy scouts, girl scouts, etc), need to be scheduled. You can schedule your tour by calling our administrative secretary at 219-662-3248, ext. 506.
The Fire Department does not inspect residential properties. We do, however, schedule inspections for commercial and institutional properties or places of business. Please contact the Fire Department Inspection Division at 219-662-3248, ext. 505 or email Fire Inspection.
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Please contact the Crown Point Fire-Rescue non-emergency number 219-662-3248, ext. 506 to schedule an appointment for a Car Seat Inspection with a certified inspector. Due to high demand, scheduling an appointment is the only option.
Crown Point Fire-Rescue does not take sharps or dispose of sharps containers. Below we have provided a couple of options on how to dispose of sharps.
Please click on the link provided to order a sharps disposal mail-back kit through Republic Service.
If you are a Lake County resident, you may also dispose of your sharps (medical needles in a rigid container) at the Lake County Household Hazardous Waste Collection.
Follow the link for the 2022 schedule:
Crown Point Fire-Rescue does not dispose of expired or unwanted medication. Below are options of how to dispose expired or unwanted medication.
CVS will accept and dispose of expired or unwanted medication.
2272 N Main Street Crown Point, IN 46307
-If you are a Lake County resident, you may dispose of your expired or unwanted medication at the Lake County Household Hazardous Waste Collection.
The link below will bring up the 2022 schedule:
The fire department does not fill pools. If you plan on using your hose at home please contact the Water Department before hand. The water department can be reached at 219-662-3235.