In another joint effort of promoting Community Risk Reduction and keeping residents safe and secure, firefighters from the Saugatuck Township Fire District (STFD) and Graafschap Fire Department installed free smoke & carbon monoxide alarms and shared fire safety information with residents in the Douglas Mobile Estates in Allegan County Michigan on Saturday April 22, 2017.

Kidde smoke and carbon monoxide alarms were purchased through a FEMA Fire Prevention and Safety Grant recently awarded to the STFD.  Alarms were previously provided through the WOTV4 Operation Save A Life program.


If your are in need of Smoke or CO alarms in your home and you live within the STFD, please call 269-857-3000 for FREE installation in owner-occupied dwellings.


If you live in the City of Grand Rapids, please call 311.  If you live in any other West Michigan community, please call toll free 1-844-978-4400 or email escape@wotv4women.com.

Operation Save A Life is a partnership in West Michigan between the ABC affiliate television station WOTV4Women, Kidde Fire Safety, E.S.C.A.P.E. Fire Safety, The American Red Cross of West Michigan and area fire departments.

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What’s your #RecipeforSafety?

Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and injuries in the United States, and the third leading cause of home fire deaths.

Preventing cooking fires can be relatively simple. Review the following safety tips from our friends at Kidde Fire Safety before breaking out those treasured holiday recipes: http://www.kidde.com/home-safety/en/us/fire-safety/hot-topics/cooking-safety/