Fire Extinguisher Training for Organizations and Businesses
Fire Safety Building Inspections
Fire Safety Construction Plan Review
Fire Safety Lectures for Organizations and Schools
Fire Suppression - Structure, Industrial and Wild-land
Rescue Auto and Machinery Extrication
Rescue Confined Space
Rescue Hazardous Materials
Rescue High Angle Rope Operations
Rescue Surface Water, Cold Water, & Ice
Rescue Trench Collapse
Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detector Assistance
Tours of the Fire Station by Appointment
Sudden cardiac arrest can strike anyone, anywhere, anytime, although some medical conditions can increase a person’s risk of suffering sudden cardiac arrest. In the United States alone, on average, 600 people each day will suffer a sudden cardiac arrest. Tragically, most of them will die. Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a proven method to save the life of someone who is suffering from sudden cardiac arrest. CPR training is simple, safe, and it only takes a few hours. Every healthy person should get trained in CPR. Don't miss your opportunity to save a life!
Contact the Fire Department directly for more information about how YOU can get CPR training.