The Beacon Hose Blaze newsletter for February 2015 highlights Chief Jim Trzaski’s messages about the necessity for safety during emergency responses. Read Chief’s message and the entire newsletter below, or click here.
Update: Thanks for your support!
We need to clear fire hydrants around town after the latest snowstorm this week — you know, the one that was bigger than the fearsome blizzard — so we have started a new Adopt-a-Hydrant contest here in Beacon Falls.
If you have a fire hydrant near your property, we need you to help us out by clearing away the snow and ice (3 feet on all sides, including a path to the road). This could make all the difference in us being able to save life and property in case of a fire in your neighborhood. If you can do that for us, here’s how to enter the contest:
The Beacon Hose Blaze newsletter for December 2014 highlights Chief Jim Trzaski’s messages about the importance of preparedness for all Beacon Hose members. Read Chief’s message and the entire newsletter below, or click here.
The leading cause of home clothes dryer and washer fires is failure to clean them. Here is a list of safety tips, as provided by the National Fire Protection Association, to help keep your laundry area safe and fire-free.