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SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES

 

SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES

 

Smoke Alarms save lives when properly placed (near or in bedrooms) and maintained (batteries changed when needed) and tested monthly. 

 

The Madison Fire Rescue Department received a limited number of smoke alarms from the State Fire Marshal’s Office. These alarms were designated to be given to and installed in the home for persons over 55 or families with persons over 55.

 

If you are over 55 or have an elderly person in your home and you do not have any working smoke alarms; please contact the Madison Senior Citizens Center (973-4241) or Madison Fire Rescue (973-5075) and let them know that you need smoke alarms.

 

ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT FIRE SAFETY?

 

Please feel free to call (850) 973-5075 with any questions you may have about smoke alarms or any other fire safety topic.

 

Any group(s) that would like to have someone come out and speak about smoke alarms or any other fire safety topics, please contact Chief Bruce Jordan (850 ) 253-5117 or email: bruce.jordan@cityofmadisonfl.com    

 

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