Posted on: January 19, 2017

Fire Department Partners with Red Cross for Free Smoke Alarms!

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In 2015 in the US, 365,500 fires in the home occurred. On average, about 3 out of every 5 fire-related deaths occurred in homes that either did not have a working smoke alarm or ones that did not have a smoke alarm at all. This spring, the Fire Department is partnering with the American Red Cross to help our community become safer. Through the American Red Cross’ Home Fire Campaign, FREE smoke alarms will be provided to anyone in town who is interested. The installation of the smoke alarms is also a free service. Dates to choose from for installation are April 8th, April 15th or April 22nd. This must be a scheduled appointment and you can arrange one through the Village. Either stop by Village Hall and fill out the request form in person, or you can use the link below to fill out and submit the form online. Sign-ups have started so don’t miss out on this great opportunity to keep your homes and families safe! Hearing-impaired alarms are also available for order. Smoke alarms can help save lives and no home should be without one.

Online Request Form
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