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Monthly senior safety newsletter

Captain Michael Deniger, November 11

Lieutenant Day and Firefighter Mowchan's monthly news letter for seniors. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Captain Pat Hawkins, November 07

This morning members of our Hazardous Materials Team spent time in Level A suits completing multiple physical tasks designed to work on dexterity and confidence. Level A suits are our highest level of protection for the worst-case hazardous materials situations. Special thanks to our team members for spending their Sunday morning advancing their skills through training.
Our Hazmat team is comprised ... (Full Story & Photos)

Monthly senior safety newsletter

Captain Michael Deniger, September 14

Senior safety new letters are produced monthly. We will be posting them both here and on social media to compliment the distribution at the Senior center. Click the link for this months letter... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Justin Lee, August 31

With the Memorial Day parade cancelled the last 2 years we decided to conduct a parade on Saturday, September 11 at 9am to honor and commemorate those lost on September 11th, 2001 on the 20th anniversary. We will be conducting a small ceremony at the fire station before taking to Main Street for the normal parade route between Station 1 and the Arcadia YMCA. There will be some delays in the area during ... (Full Story & Photos)

Prepare now for Hurricane Henri!

Chief Justin Lee, August 20

Stay Safe During a Hurricane!

Stay Informed and be prepared to be self-reliant for at least 72 hours.

Pay attention to emergency information and alerts.
If you live in a mandatory evacuation zone and local officials tell you to evacuate, do so immediately.

Dealing with the Weather

Determine how best to protect yourself from high winds and flooding.

Take refuge in a designated storm shelter, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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