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EMS Run Report Copy

All requests for EMS Run Records should be directed to the Covington Fire Department. A free copy can be obtained by patients in person at Company 1, 100 East Robbins St., Covington, KY 41011 or a copy can be mailed for a fee of $2.00. Records cannot be e-mailed or faxed.

Attorneys requesting EMS Run Reports must have a HIPPA release form.

Contact Name: Dave Geiger, EMS Director
Contact Phone: 859-292-2345
Contact E-Mail: dgeiger@covingtonky.gov

Fire Hydrants

The Covington Fire Department works with the Northern Kentucky Water District to maintain fire hydrants for use in firefighting activities. If you have a question or problem regarding a fire hydrant in your neighborhood, please call Northern Kentucky Water District. For emergency service after hours, you may call Covington Fire Company 1 or Kenton County Communications.

Contact Name: NKY Water District
Contact Phone: 859-578-9898

Fire Report Copy

If you would like to receive an official fire report on a recent fire, please contact Business Analyst Misty Haas at 859-431-0462 or email your request to mhaas@covingtonky.gov. All Fire Reports must be picked up in person at Fire Station Company No. 1 located at 100 East Robbins Street.

Contact Name: Misty Haas
Contact Phone: 859-431-0462
Contact E-Mail: mhaas@covingtonky.gov

Fire Safety Concerns

If you see an immediate fire safety hazard on private or public property, please call 911. If you want to report any other fire safety concern, please contact Assistant Fire Chief Glenn "J.R." Johnson at 859-292-2344 or email gjohnson@covingtonky.gov. The Covington Fire Department performs annual safety inspections in businesses and rental properties in the City throughout the year.

Contact Name: Glenn Johnson
Contact Phone: 859-292-2344
Contact E-Mail: gjohnson@covingtonky.gov

Hanging Power Lines & Live Wires

The first rule of safety is do not touch a power line or anything touching a power line, such as tree limbs, tools and toys. Power lines that have fallen may be dangerous and should not be moved or disturbed.

To report a loose, live wire down call 911 immediately. The Fire Department is usually the first on the scene to assess the damage and will liaise with the utility company if needed.

If there is a hazardous condition such as a wire hanging low or lying on the ground, call Duke immediately at 800.543.5599.

Contact Phone: 911

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