What is East Lansing's ISO rating?
The City of East Lansing is rated 4 out of 10 as of October 1997. The Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating schedule is applied to fire departments approximately every 10 years. The ISO rating helps insurance companies establish appropriate fire insurance premiums for residential and commercial properties by reviewing features of public fire protection that have a significant effect on minimizing fire damage. The better the fire department the lower the rating number. In essence, the lower the rating, the lower the insurance rate, assuming the fire insurance company subscribes to the system.

Specific questions regarding the schedule of rating can be directed to your insurance agent or broker. If you have any questions, please call the East Lansing Fire Department at (517) 332-1956.

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1. What is East Lansing's ISO rating?
2. How many people work for the East Lansing Fire Department?
3. What type of schedule do firefighters work?
4. Can I obtain a copy of a fire or medical report?
5. Does ELFD offer tours?
6. Does the City of East Lansing charge for ambulance runs?