Key:fire_operator

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Description
It is often useful to note on the map objects that are served by fire station. Edit
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Description

It is often useful to note on the map objects that are served by fire station.

For example, this fire hydrant or fire pond checks certain fire station.

Other examples are the various objects protected fire station.

Examples

Here are examples of when the tag fire_operator=* may or could be applied:

Tag fire_operator=* should use the name of the fire station based on ISO 3166-2. For example RU-ROS-5-12 (Russia - Rostov region - 5th unit - 12th fire station).

As denoted on the map

Simply add the tag fire_operator=* to any hydrant, the object on the map located in the region out certain fire station.

For example:

  • tourism=hotel
  • name=Acacia (name of a specific hotel)
  • fire_operator=RU-ROS-5-12 (name fire station in whose area this hotel is out, and can also protect other hotels, enterprises and institutions).