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Car Seat Inspections

4th Friday of every month

Metro Fire Department – Station 11
3000 Albany Drive
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Call for appointment: 922-4843

Safe Neighborhood

Metro Firefighters are working door-to-door, and by request, to inspect or change batteries in smoke alarms and/or provide and install free smoke alarms in homes that are in need.

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Customized Outreach

In response to the request from the Deaf community for improved communication with First Responders, Emergency Sign Language for First Responders classes and resource books are available.

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Safe Neighborhood Campaign

Unless you see a fire start, you can only find out there is a fire if you’re awake to smell the smoke. If you happen to be asleep, a smoke alarm is the only way to save your life and the lives of everyone sleeping in your home. Smoke alarms are intended to sound an alarm when they sense smoke. Smoke rises so place the alarms near the ceiling or directly onto the ceiling. Make sure there is a smoke alarm on every level of the home, inside each bedroom, and outside each sleeping area. Always follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for installation and lifespan of smoke alarms.

Grand Traverse Metro Fire Department is invested into helping to ensure that all residents have properly working smoke alarms. Find out how we can help!

New Fee Schedule Effective May 1st

Fire Prevention Bureau will be enacting a new fee schedule for inspections, plan reviews and other various services. This will go into effect on May 1st, 2015.

Aging and Disability Resource Collaborative of Northwest Michigan

The ADRCNM is a network of over 30 Partner organizations across northwest Michigan, empowering people to make informed decisions about support services for older adults and disabled persons of any age, and helping individuals easily access those services.

Support services means resources needed to maintain quality of life – help with daily activities, applying for Medicare or Medicaid, assistive technology devices or home modifications, recreational or support group opportunities, adult day care or respite care options, assistance for children with developmental delays, and the list goes on.

It is easy to contact the ADRCNM by calling 1-866-642-4582 (during normal business hours). The ADRCNM is also available at info@adrcnmi.org or www.adrcnmi.org.