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Message From The Chief

As we approach the Fourth of July holiday, I want to remind everyone to stay safe.

Factors to consider are cooking safety, heat related illnesses, and fireworks safety.

If you are cooking out, be sure to follow safety precautions. Do not leave grills unattended, and be sure to keep small children away so that they do not get burned. Be sure to use grills in an appropriate setting, being aware of nearby combustible material.

Of course you must also be aware of the heat and high humidity that we are beginning to experience. Be sure to stay well hydrated, and know the signs of heat related illnesses. The CDC has information on their website at http://www.cdc.gov/extremeheat/warning.html


Finally, while many of us enjoy fireworks, please remember that fireworks are not allowed in the City, unless it is a licensed event. There are numerous events in and around Tyler that will provide you and your family a safe fireworks experience.

In fact, the City of Tyler sponsors a free Fireworks Show at Lindsey Park. I have provided a link HERE to the Press Release. I hope to see you there.
 
Best Wishes,

Chief Johnson  

Press Releases, Media Advisories, Important Information


Click HERE to view the 2015 Recruitment Brochure

Click HERE for the 2015 Eligibility List for Fire Recruit

Click
HERE for information concerning the 2015 Lindsey Park Fireworks Show

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