What is the Leander Fire Department's ISO rating?

The Leander Fire Department's ISO rating for businesses and residents within the city limits of Leander is a Class 2. This rating became effective January 1, 2018. You may be able to save costs on your homeowner's insurance due to this new rating, but you will have to bring this change to their attention, especially for mid-term policy adjustments.

Find out more about the ISO classification. Contact your taxing entity to find which fire service responds to your home.

For more information on your specific address, please contact Fire Administration at 512-528-2848 or email Kimberly Penberg. You may wish to have your insurance company contact us directly.

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1. What is the Leander Fire Department's ISO rating?
2. I live in the city limits of Leander; why can't I burn my tree trimmings and brush?
3. Why do both a fire truck and an ambulance always show up for a medical emergency?
4. Why do so many units respond to “simple” incidents?
5. Why do fire trucks go through a red light with lights and sirens then turn off their lights and slow down?
6. What do firefighters do during the day when not on emergency calls?
7. Why do firefighters go to the grocery store together on a fire truck while on duty?
8. What do firefighters do at night?