Tag:emergency=fire_hydrant

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Public-images-osm logo.svg emergency = fire_hydrant
Downtown Charlottesville fire hydrant.jpg
Description
An active fire protection measure, and a source of water provided in most urban, suburban and rural areas with municipal water service to enable firefighters to tap into the municipal water supply to assist in extinguishing a fire.
Group: Emergency
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Wikidata
Wikidata-logo.svgQ634299
Status: De factoPage for proposal

Use the emergency=fire_hydrant tag to identify the location of a Wikipedia-16px.png fire hydrant, also known colloquially as a fire plug in the United States or as a johnny pump in New York City.

How to map

Tag a Node at the appropriate location with emergency=fire_hydrant. The following additional tags may be appropriate:

Proposed attributes:

  • fire_hydrant:flow_capacity=#/in cubic meter or GPM (optional), the following additional tag are for important for Firemen because the pressure is done by the fire truck's pump. In France, a normalized Fire_Hydrant need to supplied 120 m^3 during two hours. In the US, this specification is in Gallons Per Minute (GPM)
  • fire_hydrant:class=AA/A/B/C. {optional} In the US, classification per the American Water Works Association (AWWA).
  • fire_hydrant:water_source=main/pond/stream. {optional} the water source for the hydrant.
  • in_service=yes/no. {optional} Indicates whether a hydrant is in service or not. Absence of tag connotes unknown.
  • fire_hydrant:location=* (optional, if better or detailed description of the location is necessary)

The tool OsmHydrant eases the process of adding and editing hydrants to OpenStreetMap.

Possible rendering

Emergency fire hydrant.svg suggested by User:Chrisana13

Types

fire_hydrant:type=underground/pillar/wall/pond

underground pillar wall pond
Berlin hydrant 20050211 p1000517.jpgStandrohr unterflurhydrant.jpg Mh Ueberflurhydrant ohne Fallmantel.jpeg Guentherscheid Tunnel Rescue4.jpg Dry hydrant.jpg
the fire hydrant is underground, you need a standpipe aka "dry hydrant", you need a pump

How to find a fire hydrant

Maps

  • Karta01 shows all fire stations, rescue stations and hydrants in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine
  • OpenFireMap shows all fire stations and hydrants, see OpenFireMap in wiki
  • OsmHydrant Tool for displaying, creating & editing hydrants, see OsmHydrant in wiki

See also