WE SERVE PORTIONS OF FRANKLIN, CRAWFORD, AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. ALONG WITH PORTIONS OF I-44
Saturday September 14th, Sullivan Fire Protection District will be hosting its annual Safety Days at the Lowes Parking Lot. It will be from 10am-2pm. A lot of our equipment will be on display along with Gerald Fire Department, and a whole lot more. Come on out and enjoy the day with your firefighters.
Hope everyone had a fun and safe Labor Day. Please continue to stay safe out there and we hope to see you at Lowes this Saturday for Safety Day.
The Residential Knox Box Program helps the Sullivan Fire Protection District loan out boxes to the elderly with medial call buttons and who have medical conditions that limit their mobility. The Fire District also loans these boxes out to people who have debilitating medical conditions (such as multiple sclerosis, etc.) regardless of age.
People who want a box are required to fill out an application, a medical history form, and must provide a key for their residence. (This key is locked in the Knox Box.) At this time the Fire District notes any hazards in the residence, such as oxygen tanks, and place this information in the dispatch system as a “caution note.” Fire district members will install the Knox Box on the residence.
This program has been very successful and is a great service that the Fire District provides to residents with over 50 boxes in place. Click on the link below, fill out the application and email the application to email@example.com. Any questions please call the office at 573-468-6161.