Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, has launched a consultation proposing changes to the way the county's fire service is overseen.
People are being encouraged to visit www.telljulia.com to have their say on the options.
It will mean that working together between North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service will increase.
Why is this happening
The move comes after a new legal duty for emergency services to collaborate was passed by Parliament, which enables Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) to apply to oversee the fire and rescue service as well as the police.
Some believe this will improve the efficiency of both organisations and save money.
North Yorkshire Police recently relocated its headquarters to Northallerton's Alverton Court, a move that is believed to be saving approximately £10 million compared to other proposals.