What's New at Longmont Fire Department
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning - Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, toxic gas that is a product of incomplete combustion. Motor vehicles, heaters, appliances that use carbon based fuels, and household fires are the main sources of this poison. CO poisoning commonly occurs during winter months and sources include misuse of non-electric heating or cooking devices. These epidemics are particularly common during winter storms due to power outages with the use of alternative methods of heating and cooking.
Is your house located next to a fire hydrant? - Firefighters will save precious time if they are able to quickly locate your fire hydrant. Please help by clearing the snow at least three feet around your fire hydrant. This will help firefighters help you.
Shovel Your Way to Safety
Firefighters will save precious time if they are able to quickly locate your fire hydrant. If you are able to clear the snow at least three feet around your fire hydrant, it will help the firefighters to help you. For more information, please call the Longmont Fire Department at 303.651.8437.