Fire Prevention and Safety

More than 3,500 Americans die each year in fires and approximately 18,000 are injured. An overwhelming number of fires occur in the home. There are time-tested ways to prevent and survive a fire. Itís not a question of luck. Itís a matter of practicing and planning ahead. There are methods in which you can minimize the likelihood of a fire in your home. Please view the links below for information on what you can do to prevent fires such as weed abatement, and abiding by open burning ordinances.

SAFETY PUBLIC EDUCATION ORDINANCES & INSPECTIONS

Fire in the United States

Child Safety Seat Information

Inspections

Campus Fire Safety

Protect Child Cyclists

Burning Restrictions

Senior & Handicapped Safety

School Fire Safety

Fire Season Restrictions

Heating Units

Prevent Hot Liquid Burns

Weed Abatement

Burn Prevention at Home

Public Service Announcements

Fire Sprinkler Systems

Home Fire Sprinklers Fire Hydrants

Carbon Monoxide Alarms FAQ

 

 

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