In the case of a fire, there is little possibility of fire spreading from one residence to another, but there is a possibility of fire spreading to the surrounding trees. In the event of a fire, fire trucks from the local government will be dispatched, and if the fire is large enough, support from neighboring municipalities will also be dispatched, but for initial fire fighting, residents themselves will use the small fire pumps that are always available in their homes. If the fire is expected to spread to the surrounding trees in the early stages, water will be sprayed on those trees first to minimize the damage.

For this purpose, fire hydrants will be installed in the water supply system near each residence. The fire hydrants will not be above-ground hydrants with sticks sticking out of them, but manhole-type underground hydrants. This underground hydrant should be installed at the point where the water supply branches off toward the residence. In the same location as the hydrant, a small fire pump and a storage box containing a hose will be embedded so that residents can immediately start firefighting. The length of the hose should be at least 20 meters, as it should be able to go from the hydrant to the back of the house.

Firefighting drills by local residents should be planned once a year by the local government, led by the Medical and Food Department. For example, once a year on the morning of nomination election day, five or four town councils gather for a drill.