Dalkeith Community Fire Station
14 September 2019
Dalkeith Fire Station opened on 9 November 1970 and is an integral part of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. It provides a high quality fire-fighting and rescue service that responds to fires and other emergencies, educating and advising the general public on community safety matters, enforcing fire safety legislation and advising local authorities and other agencies with respect to their own legal obligations.
The main purpose of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is to work in partnership with communities and others in the public, private and third sectors, on prevention, protection and response, to improve the safety and wellbeing of people living within Midlothian and throughout Scotland.
A free home fire safety visit is available to all residents of the Midlothian area and is carried out by local fire-fighters. We'll help you sort out a fire escape plan and provide information about smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms. To arrange a visit, please call FREEPHONE 0800 0731 999, text "FIRE" to 80800 or visit our website www.firescotland.gov.uk