Services provided by your Fire department by calling: 911
- Fire Suppression: call for any fire, large or small. all types The fire department will check the CO levels in your home.
- Advanced medical life support and ambulance transport.
- Rescues: All types.
- Carbon Monoxide Monitoring: If your CO detector activates, leave the house and call 911.
- Wires Down: Call 911 if you see wires down, then stay inside or away from the wires. The Fire Department will secure the area and take the necessary steps to make the area safe until the utility company can make the repair.
- Odor Investigation: If you notice an unusual odor call 911 and the Fire Department will check for the source of the smell. If you think the smell is natural gas, leave your house immediately, do not turn lights off or on, do not use the phone. Call 911 from a neighbor and wait for the Fire Department to arrive.
Services provided by your Fire Department by calling: 248-246-3800
- Injury prevention program for seniors: 248-246-3803 or 248-246-3804. This program is geared toward seniors. Firefighters inspect the residence and educate the senior on fire and injury prevention. Provided at no cost for those in need are fire and injury prevention items such as smoke detectors, grab rails, non-slip bath mats, raised toilet seats, and shower chairs just to name a few. These items have been made available through a grant from Meijer and Blue Cress Blue Shield.
- Tours: Tours can be arranged for families or individuals; 248-246-3800.
- Blood Pressure Check: The Fire Department offers free blood pressure checks at any of the city fire stations. The hours for these checks are from 9am - 5pm, Monday through Saturday. The locations of our stations are:
- Station #1 - 215 E. Sixth Street (5 streets south of 11 mile and 1 block e. of Main Street.)
- Station #3 - 3128 Rochester road (1 block S. of 13 mile).
- Station #2 - 31000 Woodward (NE corner of 13 mile and Woodward).