Annual Fire Prevention POSTER CONTEST for Grades 4 & 5 began October 1st at Sarah Noble. State and county winners Grand prizes are $200, $500 and $1,000 Savings Bonds! Sponsored by the CT Fair Plan, CT Fire Marshal Assoc. and State of CT Dept. of Public Safety.
4th Annual FIRE SAFETY DAY is OCTOBER 2nd, 2011 from 10am-2pm at HOME DEPOT. Highlights include: Firetrucks, Live Burn of 8x8 buildings, Vehicle Extrication Demonstration, Lifestar, CSP Convincer, CSP Rollover Machine, State Fire Marshal Arson Van, New Milford Police Dept., New Milford Ambulance, Candlewood Lake Authority, Live Fire Extinguisher Training, Spanner the Fire Safety Dalmatian, and much, much more.
- We are pleased to present the following programs to your organization, school, or group. Please contact us at (860) 355-6099 or email@example.com to schedule a presentation. All programs are provided free of charge with the exception of any OSHA required training for businesses which has a nominal fee used to fund our juvenile fire prevention program.
Fire & Life Safety for Older Adults
Disaster Planning & Continuity for Businesses
Landlord/Tenant Safety Issues
Fire Safety in Dorms
Juvenile Fire Safety/Prevention & Intervention
Kid Life Safety (fire, water, bicycle...)
Home Safety/EDITH plans
Chemistry Class Program
Careers in the Fire Service - (also available as a Career Day program)
Fire Safety in Manufactured Homes
Fire Extinguisher Training
Disaster Preparedness at Home
Fireworks & BBQ Safety
Agricultural Fire Safety
Childcare Provider program
Heating System Safety
Inspection Preparation Presentation
- To request a demonstration with the Fire Safety House Trailer please contact Water Witch Hose Co. #2 at (860) 354-4023, Gaylordsville Fire Dept. at (860) 354-6396 or Northville Fire Dept. at (860) 354-8194.
FIRE MARSHAL OFFICE WISH LIST
Your Support is Greatly Appreciated As We All Continue to Keep the Community Safe
1) New 9V batteries and smoke detectors are always welcome so that we can make sure as many households are as safe as possible from fire.
2) New Milford has a need for ADA compliant, visual and vibrating alert smoke detectors for hearing impaired persons, many of whom are on fixed incomes. These detectors cost $150 to $200 each and are vitally important to those with diminished hearing.
3) Donations are always welcomed to fund Fire Prevention Week activities held in October, including prizes, food, balloons, printing, and monetary contributions.
The New Milford Fire Marshal Office has decals available to alert the fire department that disabled persons live in the premises. Stickers may be picked up at the Fire Marshal's Office located at 10 Main St, 2nd floor of Town Hall between the hours of 8am and 4:30pm M-F.