Fire Prevention Week and Rocky Mountain Fire Open House, this Sunday, Oct 7 from 1-3pm.
Look. Listen. Learn. It can happen anywhere. National Fire Prevention Week 2018 is October 7 through October 13. Rocky Mountain Fire would like to invite you to come visit us and “Look” at the trucks, allow us to “Listen” to your questions and concerns, and “Learn” about fire safety in your home, office, and community. We are hosting an Open House on Sunday October 7th from 1pm-3pm at Station 5, 2701 S Indiana Street in Superior. If you have children still in car seats, we will have car seat technicians on hand to verify your seat installation and answer all your car seat questions; no appointment needed. Kids will be learning about fire safety in school this month. Kindergartners see firefighters dressed up, learn what number to call for emergencies and practice stop, drop and roll if their clothes catch fire. 1st graders learn fire safety lessons from the book No Tea for Dragons and our special smoke breathing puppet friend. 2nd graders learn how to call 911 in case of emergency on a phone simulator and 3rd graders either refresh their phone calling skills or learn about the fire department as part of their community. 4th graders create maps of their home and practice escape plans for the family in case of fire. Our smart 5th graders learn how to use a home fire extinguisher. Do you know how to use one? If you don’t come visit Rocky Mountain Fire Station 5, 2701 S Indiana Street on October 7th from 1pm-3pm and learn how!