When a tragic fire happens, communities come together to address fire safety. But what if there was a way for communities to work together before a fire broke out, to help save property and lives before they were lost?
Operation Save A Life is a free smoke and carbon monoxide installation program in select communities across West Michigan. The program can make a big difference in reducing deaths and injuries in a fire or during carbon monoxide incidents.
Smoke alarms are the life-saving success story of the past 30 years. However each year, three out of five homes in the United States result from fires in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.
Here is a list of some of the area smoke alarm installation programs across West Michigan:
Dorr Township Fire Department – 616-681-9874
Fennville Area Fire Department – 269-561-2148
Graafschap Fire and Rescue – 616-396-4060
Salem Township Fire – 616-292-7789
Coldwater Fire Department – 517-278-4177
Battle Creek Fire Department – 269-966-3519
Olivet Fire Department – 269-492-3340
Allendale Fire Department – 616-895-6295, ext. 30
Grand Rapids Fire Department – 616-456-3966
Walker Fire Department – 616-791-6840
Home Township Fire Department (Edmore) – 989-400-1975
Muskegon Charter Township Fire Department – 231-773-4316
Norton Shores Fire Department – 231-799-6809
For more information on fire safety or to find a smoke alarm installation program near your community, email firstname.lastname@example.org.