Survive Alive House Is Turning 25 - May 13
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Kidde Recalls the TruSense Smoke and Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms Due to Risk of Failure to Alert Consumers of a Fire - See Website For Information.
Smoke Detectors and CO Detectors
Did you know that the City of Brookfield Fire Department will come to your home and install Smoke and CO Detectors for you for free? There are a limited number of Smoke and CO Detectors available, however, so we ask the following qualifications to be met in order to receive a Smoke Detector and/or CO Detector:
- Non-renter Resident of the City of Brookfield
- Low income or unable to obtain an alarm
- Physically challenged
- Senior with a fixed income
Please contact us if you also have any questions, would like any more information on our Smoke and CO Detectors Program, or if you qualify, then call the City of Brookfield Fire Department at (262) 782-8932 and schedule your installation today!