Yes. Savannah firefighters will install free smoke alarms and free batteries for Savannah residents. Rental properties are excluded. Having a working smoke alarm in each level of your home will alert you in the event of a fire, providing you with extra time to escape. Savannah Fire wants to help protect you from fire by installing free smoke alarms and providing a free home fire safety survey. Home fire safety surveys help residents discover potential fire hazards in their homes. If you or a loved one live in Savannah and need assistance with home fire safety, please call 651-6756.
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Yes. Free blood pressure checks are conducted at all Savannah Fire stations whenever firefighters are present. Look for a free blood pressure check sign out front.
Savannah Fire also conducts blood pressure checks at senior citizens centers, churches and community centers. Contact the Public Information Office at 912-644-5957 to schedule blood pressure checks for your community group.
High blood pressure can lead to devastating consequences, such as stroke, heart failure, heart attack, vision loss, and kidney disease. However, high blood pressure typically has no symptoms. The only way to know if your blood pressure is high is to have it regularly checked. Stop by your neighborhood fire station for a blood pressure check. If you are in an emergency situation call 911:
535 E. 63rd St.
5 Skyline Dr.
121 E. Oglethorpe Ave.
2401 Augusta Ave.
10 W. 32nd St.912-234-7522
3000 Liberty Pkwy.
6902 Sallie Mood Dr.
Station 82824 Bee Rd.
2235 Capital St.
13710 Coffee Bluff Rd.
11844 Apache Ave.
1205 Bradley Blvd.
11 McKenna Dr.
480 Highlands Blvd.912-748-0870
740 Chevis Rd.
Yes. As part of our focus on public fire safety education, we are happy to participate in your school or community event. We are proud of our profession, tools and apparatus. Firefighters provide lifesaving fire safety information sessions for all ages and allow groups to explore the equipment used in emergency situations. Please contact the Savannah Fire Public Information Office at (912) 644-5957 to schedule a station tour, fire safety demonstration or apparatus display.
Savannah Fire's Public Safety Education Program is a free public service available to school, community and public events. We do not make appearances at birthday parties and business promotions.
Yes. As part of our Public Fire Safety Education Program, we are happy to have your group tour any of our fire stations. Please contact the Savannah Fire Public Information Office at 912 -644-5957 to schedule your free fire station tour.
Virtually all U.S. insurers of homes and business property use ISO's Public Protection Classifications in calculating premiums. In general, the price of fire insurance in a community with a good PPC is substantially lower than in a community with a poor PPC, assuming all other factors are equal.