0building fire calls were made within the given radius.
0% of those fires were responded to under 5:21.
The National Fire Protection Association recommends urban fire departments respond to fires in 5 minutes and 20 seconds or less at least 90 percent of the time.
In our area, the three departments who qualify for those standards -- Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and Marion -- did not meet them between 2010 and 2014*. This map shows every building fire call to those departments in the last five years. Markers are color-coded based on how long it took the department to respond.
Type in your address to see how quickly your local department responded to fires near you. You can read more about fire response times in the Sunday edition of The Gazette.