Fire Stations in Cavite Near Your Crown Asia Home

By: Marie Claire Lagrisola
Fire Stations in Cavite Near Your Crown Asia Home

Worldwide, fire outbreaks are uncommon. In the Philippines alone, 4.5 million fires happen each year. According to the International Association of Fire and Rescue Services, there are 2.5 to 4.5 million fires that occur every year, and 21 to 62 thousand deaths are recorded as fire casualties. To put the final nail in the coffin, according to the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) as reported by the Philippine News Agency,  the number of fire incidents in the first couple of months of this year 2022 rose by almost 13 percent as compared to the previous year of 2021.

Indeed, it is a matter of fact that there are just some things that are out of our control. Such as the weather, and inflation. Since accidents and unwanted events are inevitable, it is of utmost importance that one should prepare well because if there is one thing that we could control, it is our reactions and actions when such incidents occur. And we must see to it that these preparations and actions will all determine you and most importantly, your families’ lives and safety. And with the alarming numbers of fire incidents, it should be every Filipino’s priority that they have a solid plan when it comes to a fire house and lot for sale outbreaks.


Bureau of Fire Protection Cavite | Photo from Bureau of Fire Protection Cavite Provincial Office Facebook Page

This is why it is important that you and your family should live in a house and lot for sale property that is located near reliable and reputable fire stations to further ensure safety and consistent and fast response to such hazard that happens even in our dearest homes.

Lucky for you, whether you live in Crown Asia’s Properties: Valenza in Santa Rosa, Laguna, Ponticelli in Bacoor, Cavite, Amalfi in Dasmariñas, Fortezza or La Marea of Cabuyao and San Pedro respectively, it is very much rest assured that your house and lot for sale is just a couple of fire truck sirens away since this reputable real state arm by Vista Land makes it a point to heavily strategize the premium and world-class homes of hundreds of Filipino people to be near both entertainment hubs and necessities. The latter, fire stations is one of them.

Let us get to know them since these are the very group of people who will come to your rescue in dire need of water down.

Bacoor City Fire Station

Bacoor City Fire Station is quite a showstopper because not only do they meet the basic requirements, facilities and standards of a fire department, but they also excel in their job ever consistently as they snatch an award called Medalya ng Kasanayan last 2018. The address of this impressive fire station is St. Michael Subdivision Road, Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines, indeed very much near your Italian-inspired house and lot for sale Amici, Citta Italia, Ponticelli, Vittoria, or Vita Toscana, or your American-themed Carmel home. Save their number (046) 417-6366 for future preferences!

Dasmariñas City Fire Station

For those who live in Amalfi, Amalfi Heights, or Caribe, you are for a treat since Dasma’s fire station is another top-notch one. Just a search of their Facebook page and you will already be well-informed. No stones are left unturned at Dasmariñas City Fire Station. They even conducted an event in partnership with SM Dasmariñas City in line with last March’s Fire Prevention Month. The theme of the said event is “Sa Pag-iwas sa Sunog, Hindi ka Nag-iisa”.

As part of the Oplan Ligtas na Pamayanan, after handing out fliers than contain fire safety tips coupled with a bag full of candies with the help of SM’s kiddie train, the personnel even showcased their other talents aside from saving lives such as singing and dancing.

Lastly but most importantly, the BFP personnel then discussed the different types of Uniform of BFP and such reasons for their various uniforms and showed informational videos about what one must do in case of a fire.

The exact address of this fire station is Central Market Ave, Zone 4, Dasmariñas, 4114 Cavite whereas their numbers which you can contact are (046) 416-0875 / (046) 424-2537 and 0995-336-9534 / 0992-448-7857.


Fire Stations in Tagaytay

Even though this city is already chilly to the bones, Filipinos, and families who live in Valenza along the Santa Rosa-Tagaytay road or in Pine Suites Tagaytay are ensured of quick and capable fire response and firefighters through the city’s three fire experts’ centers namely Tagaytay BFP, Tagaytay City Fire Department, and Tagaytay City Fire Station (Sungay Sub Station). You and your family could contact the Tagaytay City Fire Department with the number +63464831193). Please note their address as well for future perusals: Bacolod Street Kaybagal South,Tagaytay City Cavite, 4120.

Say you want to have more fire tips or specific questions related to fire. You are most welcome to email them at [email protected]!

Imus City Fire Station

You are certainly in good hands with Imus City Fire Station. Vivace residents, you can be most proud of your fire station since it has even a Youtube channel that contains 2 half an hour webinars that is full of information and tips you and your family should take note of! Indeed, we love a fire station that goes the extra mile to help inform and prepare its citizens.

You may contact them at 09155283256, and visit them at this address: Imus Public Market, Imus Market Rd, Bayan Luma, Imus, 4103 Cavite, Philippines


Again, we would like to proudly remind you that all of this firepower is within the vicinity of your beloved Crown Asia home. With this house and lot for sale, when things abruptly go wrong, they will only last only in an abrupt time indeed. Fire outbreaks are the worst and the best way we can be safe with our homes and our lives is through proper planning and prevention. Crown Asia’s homes are located near fire stations ensuring that life is safe in a Crown Asia community.

To get to know more about fire stations in Santa Rosa, Cabuyao, San Pedro, Taguig, and Las Pinas, watch out for our next month’s article!

Read more: Fire Safety and Prevention: What to Do in the Event of a Fire

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