Fire Safety Tips

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  Adopt-A-Fire Hydrant

Fire hydrants covered with snow waste valuable time during a fire. Please help the fire department to help you and your neighbors.  If you have a fire hydrant near your home, please keep it clear of snow. 

 Power Outage Safety

Keep your flashlights charged.  If you loose power please avoid candles as a light source. 

Please have fresh batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

DO NOT use your oven as a heating source for your home.

Fireplace Safety

Dispose of fireplace ashes in a metal container and leave them outside away from any structures for at least 12 hours.   Dispose of your ashes only after they have cooled properly. 



Smoke Detector Facts

Change your batteries and test your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

If you smoke detectors are older than 2004  they should be replaced.  Click the link below for more information.


The United States Fire Administration recommends that you replace your smoke detectors if they were installed before July of 2004.  Read more about this at the USFA website:

The National Fire Protection Association offers safety literature and tips for many situations.  Follow the link to all the information the NFPA has to offer.

 Check out these links for other general safety tips:

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