Fire Safety Tips
General Fire Safety Tips
  • Keep children away from open flames and electrical receptacles.
  • Make sure your smoke alarm is maintained and working properly. Have a smoke alarm in every level of  your house.
  • Keep your emergency numbers near the telephone.
  • Always call the fire department for any fire, even if the fire has been completely extinguished.

Teach your children what to do in case of a fire - get low and get out of the house - go to the designated meeting place - never go back in the house for a toy or pet.

Have a fire evacuation plan and practice it with your family!

Using these simple rules coupled with common sense will help to lead your family in preventing a tragedy from happening in your home.


Follow the links below to learn how to make your home more fire safe. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at or come by the station located at 10241 Idlewild Road.

Fire Safety Tips - Around the House
Carbon monoxide
Smoke detectors
Fire escape plans
Kitchen tips
Heating tips
Grilling tips
Garage tips
Living area tips
Candle safety tips
Smoking safety


Fire Safety Tips - Seasonal
Fireworks safety tips
Halloween safety tips
Christmas safety tips


Fire Safety Links
National Candle Association
National Fire Protection Association
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Consumer Products Safety Commission
National Council on Fireworks Safety
Sleep Products Safety Council