City of Saginaw MI -
Fire Ground Survival Program

During the 2013 FEMA AFG grant application period, SFD members wrote and received a grant for the IAFF Fire Ground Survival Program (FGS). This program teaches firefighters survival skills to prevent injuries and death during structure fire situations. The grant paid for six IAFF Master Instructors from around the country to teach the 17 firefighters who participated in the instructor level class. Attendees represented fire departments from as far away as Calgary, Alberta. In addition, the grant paid for the first ever Fire Ground Survival trailer to be housed with a municipal fire department, the City of Saginaw Fire Department. The Saginaw Fire Department trains annually in FGS and is able to deliver this training to other departments throughout the region.


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Enhanced Law Enforcement Response to Victims Initiative:

The Saginaw Police Department is one of only three law enforcement agencies in the country that has been selected to participate in a unique program designed to help reduce crime, support victims, and enhance public safety. We ask that the residents of Saginaw participate in this anonymous survey being conducted by Saginaw Valley State University. Your participation will help the City of Saginaw Police Department expand its capacity to meet the needs of crime victims, and broaden those services where a need is indicated. This short survey is available online at the following button:

Take Survey


How to pre apply for a water utility account:

Pre application instructions can be found here:

Water Billing

SGTV LIVE STREAM:

Did you know?
The City of Saginaw's TV station (SGTV) is now live online, 24/7? Visit www.saginaw-mi.com/tv
or
visit our Youtube channel


Learn more about MMWA 1 step recycling :
watch the new 1 step recycling video on youtube now

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) rules have changed. To see how the City of Saginaw is now handling FOIA requests, please visit our new FOIA page.
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ROAD CONSTRUCTION:
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