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Fire Prevention




Sidney Fire and Rescue

Fire Station #1 - 222 W. Poplar St
Fire Station #2 - 411 S. Vandemark Road
For emergencies, dial 9-1-1
For non-emergencies, dial 937-498-2346


Deputy Chief:                                               Lieutenant: Jason L. Truesdale
Email:                                                           Email: jtruesdale@sidneyoh.com
                       
                                                                             
Lieutenant: Anthony W. McLain                                                  
                         
  
                                                                                                                                                

The objective of the Fire Prevention Division is to promote fire and life safety initiatives through inpections, education and investigation.

A primary goal continues to be fire safety education. Listed below are some of the services that are offered by the Division throughout the year:

- Juvenile Fire Setters Program

- Safety Education in Schools

- Safety Education for Adults

- Fire Extinguisher Training


To provide the best chance of survival in the event of a fire in the home, all households should have working smoke detectors and a fire escape plan that is developed and practiced. Another key element is to sleep with your bedroom door in the CLOSED and latched position. Smoke from an unfriendly fire is the by-product of fire that is the most deadly. A CLOSED door will stop or slow the movement of smoke in your home. The closed door permits an individual to become alert in clean air and make decisions accordingly.

Underwriter Laboratory is promoting "Close Before You Doze". Click here to view a live video on the importance of closing bedrooms doors when you sleep.


 Additional information on this topic can be found by clicking here.

** Remember to change the batteries in your smoke detectors when the time changes ~ 2 times/year **

 

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