5th Annual Fire Department
Join us in deciding which fire department has the best chili on Friday, February 24th at 7pm. This year Troy Fire Protection District will be hosting: 700 Cottage St., Shorewood.
Admission is $1.00 to taste the chili. All procedes will benefit Illinois Fire Safety Alliance "I Am Me" Burn Camp.
Come out for some great chili and support a great cause!
Don't be a peeker! Clear off ALL of the ice/snow from all of your windows before leaving. Arrive alive!
Help us, help you!
ADOPT A FIRE HYDRANT
In the event of a fire it is imperative that the Fire Department gain access to a water supply via a fire hydrant as quickly as possible so that fire can be extinguished and prevent loss of property and/or life.You can help in this quest by adopting a hydrant and making sure that it is easily accessible.
We ask that you shovel the area around your adopted fire hydrant after each snowfall. Clear a path approximately three feet around the hydrant as well a clear path from the street or roadway up to the fire hydrant so that the hydrant is visible and accessible.
Do you know the difference?
CPR CAN SAVE A LIFE!
Learn CPR Today
Call to set up a day for a FREE class for your family
815.467.5637 ext. 112
SEVERE WEATHER & DISASTER PREPAREDNESS
How Prepared or Unprepared are you?
Did you know...?
Smoke alarms should be replace at least every 10 years?
If you live in the following subdivisions in Minooka and have never changed out your smoke alarms, now would be a good time to replace them:
Rivers Edge Landing
There is nothing like sitting by an open fire on a cold night. Indoor and outdoor portable ethanol burning fireplaces have become more popular in recent years. While these products provide ambiance and a little warmth, keep in mind the fuel, device and open flame can be dangerous.