November 2022 Fire Department Newsletter

Here at the fire department things have been busy. We were grateful to have the chance to show our support for breast cancer awareness with the Mayor and City Council. We are very thankful to work in such a supportive organization and city! We have also been able to participate in training on Airport Operations with the USAF, as well as Active Attack training with many other city and county employees. In addition, ground has been broken on our replacement station 3, which we are looking forward to occupying sometime around next fall.

As we approach the time change, we would like to remind everyone to change their smoke detector batteries and use canned air to blow out the dust and spiderwebs that like to accumulate in them, as well as replace any units that are over 10 years old. This helps to ensure that they are in good working condition in the event of a fire. That’s all from the fire department, and until next month – stay safe!