Please contact the Fire Marshal's Office (334) 285-6707 for assistance with any of the following items:
· Burn Permits
· Fire Reports
· Fire Investigations
· Fire Code
· Building Inspections
· Public Education
Visit the Alabama State Fire Marshal's website for additional information on state regulations/codes, fire stats, fire safety and more!
GIVING MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY THE BOOT
For more than 65 years, Fill The Boot has been a strong fire fighter tradition – giving families with muscular dystrophy in hometowns across America hope for the future and support for today.
MILLBROOK FIRE'S ANNUAL PICTURE DRIVE HAS BEGUN!!
These are the vehicles associated with the fundraiser: 2012 white Volkswagon Routan, 2004 gold Chevy Impala, 2005 red Toyota Sienna, 1999 gray Chevy Silverado.
If you wish to make a donation and not participate in the picture drive please mail a check to:
Millbrook Volunteer Firefighters Assoc.
P.O. Box 630
Millbrook, AL 36054
Permanent Collection Sites:
· Walgreens - 703 S Memorial Dr. Prattville
· CVS - 708 E. Main St. Prattville
· Montgomery Drug Co Inc - 37 Mitchell Dr. Montgomery
· Baptist Tower Pharmacy - 2055 E. South Boulevard, Suite 107, Montgomery
· Adams Drugs - 1633 Perry Hill Rd, Montgomery
For more information click link
Visit www.sparky.org for engaging videos, games, apps and activities that will teach your child about their role in fire safety!
Car seats and boosters provide protection for infants and children in a crash, yet car crashes are a leading cause of death for children ages 1 to 13. That's why it's so important to choose and use the right car seat correctly every time your child is in the car.
For information on car seat installation and how to find an event near you click link.
This ADECA program provides detailed medical info that can be crucial following a vehicle crash. A “Yellow Dot” decal on the driver’s side rear window of a vehicle alerts first responders to check in the glove compartment for the corresponding “Yellow Dot” folder. Having this information helps responders positively identify the person, get in touch with family or emergency contacts and ensures that the person’s current medications and pre-existing medical conditions are considered when treatment is administered for injuries.