Fire Safety

Do you have a burning question

What question do you have about how the fire department runs, what kinds of emergencies we respond to, what life is like for firefighters, what the training is like...  Select questions will receive a video response on Facebook during the month of October, Fire Prevention Month. Please note that this is not a venue for complaints.  Thank you for participating!

Click here to ask What's Your Burning Question?

Tips
  • Test Your Smoke Alarm - Install a smoke alarm on every floor of your home and outside all sleeping areas. Test the smoke alarms once a month and change the batteries twice a year.
  • Plan Your Escape - Create and practice a home escape plan with your family.
  • Keep Matches and Lighters in a Safe Area - Always keep matches and lighters stored high in a locked cabinet or a locked box. Kids imitate adults, set a safe example.
  • Cook Safely - Never leave cooking unattended and keep the cooking area clutter free.
  • Give Space Heaters Space - Keep anything that can burn three feet away from portable heaters.
  • Extinguish Smoking Materials - Before emptying the contents of an ashtray into the trash, wet the contents.
  • Electrical Safety - Replace damaged electrical cords and repair or replace appliances that smell, smoke, or overheat.
A house on fire and a hose spraying water on it
A house with fire coming out of the room