Community Programs - Summary

Bicycle Helmets
Bicycle helmets prevent head injuries. Just a few minutes learning how to properly wear a helmet can make someone safer for life. Fire District 6 offers free bicycle helmets courtesy of grants from other agencies. Please Click Here for more information.

Blood Pressure Checks
Fire District 6 provides free blood pressure checks at our fire stations. Click Here for more information.

CERT (Community Emergency Response Team)
You can make a difference during a disaster. CERT members act as an extension of first responder services by providing immediate assistance to victims until professional services can take over. Click Here for more information.

Falls Prevention
More than one third of adults 65 and older fall each year in the United States. Among older adults, falls are the leading cause of injury related deaths. Fire District 6 provides falls prevention training. Click Here for more information.

Fire Extinguisher Classes
We provide free fire extinguisher training to interested groups. Click Here for more information.

Fire Safety and Prevention
The District offers a variety of fire safety and prevention programs and information. Please click here for more information.

First Aid/CPR Classes
We offer instruction programs for first aid and CPR for a nominal fee to cover costs. Click Here for more information.

Smoke Alarm Installations
Have a new smoke detector but are unsure how or where to install it? Please contact us to assist you.

Home Safety Evaluation
Fire District 6 conducts free Home Safety Evaluations. We can come to your home and identify fire hazards, check you smoke alarms and assist you in make you home safer. Please Click Here for more information.

Station Tours
Tours of the station are a great introduction to your firefighters and their equipment. Please contact the Public Education Coordinator for more information or to schedule a tour.


 

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