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Smoke alarms should be tested every month and batteries replaced at least once a year or as needed. All alarms that are more than 10 years old should be replaced.
Chapter 10, Article III of the Fire Prevention and Protection Code bans outdoor open burning except in areas zoned AG (agricultural district). In these areas open burning is allowable with notification to the Fire Department. Other types of open burning such as for recreational purposes do not require prior notification, although the fire marshal reserves the right to prohibit any open burning during a fire alert, warning, or when atmospheric or local conditions make such burning hazardous.
No. Animal complaints should be directed to Metro Dispatch at 734-994-2911.
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A Knox Box is a way for firefighters to gain entry to buildings without causing damage. During a fire alarm when no obvious signs of fire are apparent, firefighters can gain access to buildings to check whether an alarm is false or there is a problem. The advantage is there is no unnecessary damage caused by firefighters during a false alarm. You may contact Fire Marshal John DeCaro at 734.822.4964 with any questions.