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Fire Department
Chief Kevin Dembiec  440-458-5178
Emergency Call 911
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HYDRANT TESTING
Beginning Tuesday, July 18th the Carlisle Township Fire Department will be flushing and flow testing hydrants, and will continue to September. Members of the Fire Department plan on flushing hydrants during the daytime Tuesday thru Thursday, from 9 am to 3 pm.
Areas affected include: Ease River Road (including all side streets), a portion of Chestnut Ridge Road, East Avenue, Fuller Road, Sandy Lane, Grafton Road (including side streets), Butternut Ridge Road, Oberlin-Elyria Road (including side streets), Hall Road, and the north end of LaGrange Road (including side streets).  Rural hydrants in Brentwood Village, Carlisle Woods, and Ravines Edge. If you have any questions on the testing please call the fire station at 440-458-5178.
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Residential Lock Box
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Help us find you in an emergency!!!


We have green reflective house number signage available at cost for you.

Heavy gauge quality aluminum.  Includes 2 sided numbering.
Mounts vertical or horizontal.  6"x18"  Only $15.00

Stop in or call 440-458-5178 to get yours today!

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Did you know that the smoke detector and Carbon Monoxide detectors may be ineffective in your home?




If your units are over 10 years old they should be replaced! 

The age limit or expiration on units is explained in the original packaging. 
If you are unsure of the age replace your units! 
Even defective units will beep with the test button,
but the sensors may not recognize smoke or carbon monoxide! 

Be Safe, Replace!


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EPA BURNING REGULATIONS
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OHIO FIRE CODE

(then search "Ohio Fire Code")

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