Manhattan Fire Protection District
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2016 Year End Report

March 21

The Manhattan Fire Protection District has released its 2016 Year End Report.... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire District Urges Residents to Sign up for Emergency Alert Notifications

January 26

The Manhattan Fire Protection District is urging its residents to go online and register for the Will County Emergency Management Agency’s Emergency Notification System, Smart Message. This system will issue notifications about potential safety hazards or concerns via voice or text communication methods. “We would like residents to sign up for the program because of the Reverse 9-1-1 capabilities. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Todd Burke Memorial Scholarship Application Period Open

January 25

The Manhattan Firefighters Association is proud to announce the application period for the Todd Burke Memorial Scholarship is now open. Todd Burke exemplified the qualities and commitment necessary to impact the future of emergency care. This scholarship is presented each year to help other promising young adults gain an education and impact the future as Todd did. One $500 scholarship will be awarded ... (Full Story & Photos)

SAFE SITTER®: Students Learn Home Alone Safety & More

January 17

The Manhattan Fire Protection District, along with the Manhattan-Elwood Public Library, will offer a Safe Sitter® course for young teens, grades 6-8, March 6th, 2017 at Manhattan Fire Station 81. Registration deadline is February 27th at Noon.

More than 600,000 young teens have graduated from the medically-accurate program which teaches how, why, and where injuries happen so they can be prevented. ... (Full Story & Photos)

How Often Do You Test Your Carbon Monoxide Alarms?

January 03

Do you test your carbon monoxide (CO) alarms once a month? It’s important to test your CO alarms that often to make sure they’re working properly. Your CO alarm provides an early warning of deadly CO gas.

“Often called the invisible killer, CO is an odorless, colorless gas created when fuels burn incompletely,” says Manhattan Fire Protection District Deputy Chief Steve Malone. “In the home, heating ... (Full Story & Photos)


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