Complete a home fire safety checklist and identify fire risks in your
Test smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors monthly and
change the batteries at least once a year.
Place smoke alarms on each floor of your home and in each
Make sure that everyone in the home can hear the smoke alarm
from their bedrooms.
Make a family fire escape plan and practice it once a month.
Make sure that everyone in the house understands the family fire
Place fire extinguishers throughout your home and make sure
everyone in the house knows how to use them.
Never leave food unattended on the stove, keep all matches and
lighters out of the reach of children, and don’t place portable
heaters near flammable materials.
In performing our daily tasks and while on emergency incidents, we will always be professional and courteous to each other, the persons we are assisting, and the public in general. In pursuing our mission, we commit to these guiding principles:
On behalf of the entire department, 'Thank-you' for the privilege of serving you.
Information was provided by Fire Chief Jay Moore
The mission of the Lawrenceburg Fire Department is to protect lives, property, and the environment of Lawrenceburg, and if requested, Lawrence and surrounding counties.