In the event of a fire emergency during the winter, could firefighters find the hydrant near your home?
Burns are recognized among the most painful and devastating injuries an individual can sustain and survive.
Fire Safety House
The mobile Fire Safety House has been used to educate thousands of North Shore children on the importance of knowing how to get safely out of a smoke-filled room or home.
Holiday Fire Safety
As the holiday season begins, the five North Shore fire stations will display a holiday wreath decorated with red bulbs. The wreaths are illuminated constantly with red bulbs, if a fire occurs and is directly caused by holiday decorations, one red bulb will be changed to a white bulb.
Home Safety Assessment
Statistics released by the National Fire Protection Agency indicate a home structure fire is reported every 85 seconds.
The Knox-Box ® Rapid Entry System is a secure emergency access program developed for property owners and first responders
Smoke Alarms in the House
Installing your smoke alarms correctly, and making sure they are in working order, is an important step to making your home and family safer from fire.
Group tours of any North Shore Fire Department stations are open to the public.
Virtual Fire Safety
Fire safety messages for children from grade K4 through 4th grade.