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PREPARING FOR WILDLAND FIRE SEASON DURING THE PANDEMIC

PREPARING FOR WILDLAND FIRE SEASON DURING THE PANDEMIC

As we go into August it is hot and dry outside. Spokane Valley Fire Department Fire Chief, Bryan Collins and Assistant Fire Marshal, Brett Anderson have some recommendations to help keep your home and fire safe should a fire occur here in our community.   And, Remember, area Fire Marshals have enacted Burn Restrictions County […]

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SVFD FIRE CHIEF COLLINS WANTS US SAFE THIS SUMMER

SVFD FIRE CHIEF COLLINS WANTS US SAFE THIS SUMMER

Summer is here and the temperatures are rapidly rising. SVFD Fire Chief, Bryan Collins is concerned about the increasing summer heat and your health safety.  This summer stay cool, stay hydrated, and stay informed. PREVENTING HEATSTROKE Summer heat can be very dangerous for people of all ages, and pets too. The danger can be amplified […]

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WATER SAFETY REFRESHER

WATER SAFETY REFRESHER

These safety precautions will help you and your loved ones play safe and have more fun in the water! Many accidents on the water are preventable, so let’s cover the basics for how to avoid emergencies as you splash, swim, float, paddle, boat, or ride a personal watercraft (e.g., Jet Ski). Let’s talk swimming! Due […]

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JULY 2020

JULY 2020

National Pet Fire Safety Month reminds us to consider our pets when planning fire routes and safety in our homes.

Our pets are as much a part of our family as any other member. This month stresses the importance of protecting them. Taking preventable measures now can both save your home and your pet. Many times our pets can cause a fire if we don’t take the proper precautions.

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