Fire & Emergency Safety Tips & Info
Our main mission at Lewis County Fire District 2 is to save lives and properties during crisis situations. Our department is trained to deal with all kinds of emergencies and fully equipped with the latest fire-fighting equipment in order to deal with disasters as safely and as quickly as possible. With a deep commitment to service, the Lewis County Fire District 2 team is dedicated to keeping citizens safe.
This is one of our main emergency services. We promise to suppress and eliminate any safety threats in order to prevent death, accidents, the destruction of properties and environmental pollution. We’re always prepared to provide this service in order to keep the City of Toledo and surrounding areas of Lewis county safe.
Our fire and rescue personnel are well trained to approach, analyze and understand each emergency situation with close attention to detail. That way they can quickly assess and act upon every crisis they encounter. You should feel confident knowing that should this emergency occur, we’ll be there immediately for you.
These helpful links below are to help our community learn more about fire safety and prevention.
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Fire Alarms are an important tool that help give early warning signs of fire in homes and businesses.
Be proactive, no reactive! Refresh yourself and your loved ones so there's no guessing games should you ever have a fire in you home.
Find out about the specific restrictions on burning during fire season in Lewis County.
Learn what you can to do prevent wildfires from starting and how to react if you are confronted with one.
Common things within your home can easily start a fire. Here's a great resource to find out how you can help prevent fires from starting.
The do's & don'ts of first aid burn treatment. What you can do from home and when to see a health care professional.
Camping is a popular hobby in the Northwest. Be sure you know how to properly build, manage and extinguish a camp fire before your next trip.
Health & Safety
These helpful links below are to help our community learn more about health and safety.
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Refreshers on road hazard education throughout the wet and icy seasons is the best way to prevent/prepare for an emergency.
Older adults are at higher risk of injury from falls. Find out how what you can do for yourself and your home to help prevent falls.
Look ahead at the pollen count and allergy forecast in your area. Get tips on how to manage your allergies.
Learn the steps to take if you need to perform CPR. Also find CPR training classes in your area.
Keep those little ones safe. Review bike safety (on/off roads) and the importance of a helmet frequently to avoid injuries.
Find out what you can do to help stop the spread of COVID and how to find your local vaccine clinics and tests.
Always buckle up! This has information on how to properly fasten all types of seatbelts as well as commonly ignored seatbelt safety tips.
Heat can play a major role in ones health, no matter the age. Find out the difference between heat exhaustion & heat stroke, identifies, causes, risk factors.