Fire Department Educational Information

Emergency Preparedness

What would you do if you were caught in a natural disaster? How would you be prepared?

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Smoke Alarm Awareness

  • The National Fire Protection Association recommends having a combination photoelectric/ionization smoke alarm on every level in the home and in each bedroom.
  • Batteries should be replaced biannually. A good time to do this is when you change your clocks for daylight savings time. 
  • Smoke alarms must be kept clean! Occasionally vacuum the surface of the smoke  alarm to help keep it operational. 
  • Smoke alarms older than 10 years should be replaced!

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mpj043874200001Health, Wellness & Fitness

What you can do to keep from getting sick:

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Local Area and Burn Permit Information

Alaska's fire season is from April 1st to August 31st.

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