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Please call Milpitas Police at 408-586-2400 and ask for the Records Division to order a copy.
Please email the Milpitas Fire Department or call 408-586-2800.
Due to restricted access and security constraints, fire station tours or visits can only be accommodated on a limited basis, and only when scheduled in advance. When scheduling a pub ed event please be ready to provide: The name of school/business, the date and time, and the contact information of the person handling the event. Please note we only provide pub ed events to schools within Milpitas.
The Milpitas Fire Department has an ISO Public Protection Classification rating of 2.
Milpitas Fire CANNOT take in prescription drugs. Please see the Santa Clara County website information page about safe meds disposal.
You MAY dispose of sharps at Milpitas Fire Station 1.
Sharps Disposal Program
Location - Milpitas Fire Station 1- Administration Lobby
Hours – Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm (excluding holidays)
Sharps (such as hypodermic needles, pen needles, pre-loaded sharps, auto-injectors, intravenous needles, lancets, and other devices used to penetrate the skin for drawing blood, or for the delivery of medicines) contained in U.S. Food and Drug Administration-cleared sharps containers.
All sharps disposal containers should be made of heavy-duty plastic; able to close with a tight-fitting, puncture resistant lid without sharps being able to come out; upright and stable during use; leak-resistant; and properly labeled as “sharps waste” or with the biohazard symbol and the word “BIOHAZARD” to warn of hazardous materials inside the container.
For a fire hydrant that has been sheared off by way of a traffic accident or other incident please contact 911. For leaky public hydrants please contact Milpitas Public Works at 408-586-2600. For leaky private hydrants, the landlord would be responsible.
A fire truck will generally respond to all calls involving life-threatening symptoms, such as chest pains, severe bleeding, or difficulty breathing, and all motor vehicle crashes in order to begin basic or advanced life support prior to the arrival of the ambulance crew. In many medical situations, it takes more than two personnel to tend to the victim.
Smoke alarms should be installed on every level of your home and in every bedroom/sleeping quarters. Please see the U.S. Fire Administration website for more information.
Unfortunately, the Milpitas Fire Department does not offer this service. To find the nearest location for a child safety seat inspection please visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website or locate a child safety seat inspection station by state on the Safer Car website.
If you wish to register your bicycle, there is a national bicycle registry that works with local police agencies to identify the owners of lost or stolen bicycles. Please visit the National Bike Registry Program website for more information.