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A smoke alarm is a device that detects smoke and sounds an alarm to alert people nearby that there is a potential fire. All smoke alarms are pretty much similar in their function but may vary slightly by manufacturer. You can find some basic smoke alarm safety precautions on our Smoke Alarm Safety page.
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No, the volunteer program is for administrative office duties and Public Education programs.
The fire hydrants are owned by the Arizona Water Company. You can call them at 520-836-8785 and they will supply the paint to repaint them as they currently are. The colors on top of the hydrant signal the Fire Department as to what size fitting to use for proper connection in case of a fire. You cannot block a fire hydrant in any way with shrubbery or plants. Fire hydrants must be easily accessible.
No, the Fire Department does not have a car seat program.
The Fire Department does not replace smoke alarms of any kind. You will need to contact an electrician or handyman for replacements.
No, we do not take them. Your pharmacist can provide mail back sharps containers when they fill the prescriptions for injectable medications.
It is the policy of the Fire Department that we do not send out trucks for birthday parties.
Yes, we provide tips for disaster preparedness.
Yes, we provide a helpful guide.