Harrisonburg City Council approved a new ordinance that regulates how combustible landscape cover material (mulch) may be used for landscaping against buildings.
The Harrisonburg Fire Department responded to an apartment complex on Vale Circle on September 25, 2013 for a report of a possible structure fire in the kitchen. Upon arrival, fire department personnel found that a Stovetop Firestop® mounted in the exhaust hood had extinguished the fire.
Official statistics from the 12th Annual Smoke Alarm and Pizza Night that was held on July 8, 2015.
On the 11th anniversary of the fire of the Station Nightclub in Rhode Island, HFD wants to remind city residents and businesses of nightclub regulations.
The City wishes everyone a safe Thanksgiving holiday! Please use fire safety tips found on this website to keep you and your family safe this Thanksgiving!
Join HFD at the Valley Mall during Fire Prevention Week for Senior Citizens Day. Free donuts and coffee for senior citizens to enjoy while learning how to keep fire safe.
HFD child safety seat technicians will be checking seats and talking with parents about how to keep their child safe while riding in the vehicle.
Stovetop Firestops are small unique devices that mount to your vent hood or microwave above your stove. If a fire breaks out on the stove, the flame activates a fuse that releases powder which puts the fire out.
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Members of Safe Kids Central Shenandoah Valley will be visiting the Spotswood Mobile Home Park to talk with kids and parents about safety.