Michigan Fatal Fire Statistics
Michigan Fatal Fire Statistics

As we shelter at home to protect each other and reduce the spread of COVID 19, the Chesterfield Fire Department  wants to remind you that other risks to your home still exist! Being at home gives us a great opportunity to focus on protection. In the next weeks, we will share good information on fire

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New Promotions
New Promotions

The Chesterfield Fire Department would like to congratulate James Schafer Jr. and Mark Bletch, who were just promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Well done – we know you will do a great job!

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Be Prepared With a NOAA Weather Alert Radio
Be Prepared With a NOAA Weather Alert Radio

The recent tragedy in greater Nashville reminds us that severe weather season is approaching. Sadly, most people do not have the ability to be awakened and alerted of severe weather when they are asleep. Consider picking up a NOAA weather alert radio for your home or workplace. You can also select one of several smart

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Moonbeams For Sweet Dreams 12/19
Moonbeams For Sweet Dreams 12/19

Join the Chesterfield Public Safety Department for ‘Moon Beams for Sweet Dreams’ Dinner & Bus Trip to Beaumont Children’s Hospital Thu. Dec. 19th @ 5:30PM “Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams,” is a program created by the Beaumont Children’s Pediatric Family Advisory Council at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak for the third straight year! Each night at 8PM December 1st- 25th,

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Chesterfield Fire Dept. Open House – Sunday Oct. 13th
Chesterfield Fire Dept. Open House – Sunday Oct. 13th

Please join the Chesterfield Fire Department as we cap off this year’s National Fire Prevention Week with our Annual Open House! The event will be held at Fire Station #3 (corner of 23 Mile & Baker) Sunday October 13th from 12:00pm-3:00pm This FREE family-friendly event will feature kids activities, interactive demonstrations, refreshments and more –

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National Preparedness Month
National Preparedness Month

If you are close to Selfridge ANG Base and you suddenly start hearing voices…don’t worry. Every Wednesday at noon the base will test its outdoor notification system. The “Big Voice” is commonly used at military installations, colleges, sports venues, and other outdoor facilities to give directions in an emergency. They will also test their system

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Station 1 Renovation & Expansion Project Underway
Station 1 Renovation & Expansion Project Underway

Crews are on-site today to begin work on the Chesterfield Fire Station 1 Renovation & Expansion project! This $2 million renovation project will expand the station an additional 3,500 sq ft – including second floor living quarters, workout room, offices, and more apparatus bays.

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SLOW NO WAKE ZONES
SLOW NO WAKE ZONES

With the incredibly high water we are experiencing in the area, the Chesterfield Public Safety Department would like to remind all boaters of the importance of “Slow No Wake Areas”. STATE LAW prohibits watercraft from operating at speeds above “Slow No Wake” in any of the following areas: Within 100 feet of shore Within 100

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International Firefighters Day
Today is International Firefighters Day . In Chesterfield Township we recognize our firefighters and all they do to keep us safe. Fire is still the most destructive natural force known to mankind. Every year nearly 100 firefighters lose their lives in the line of duty. Do your part to remain fire safe and thank you
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Flood Damage Information
Flood Damage Information

Before the waters rise…..Prepare! Move all items on the lowest level off the floor and up above the potential water depth. (2-3 feet) Video record or photograph your home and the contents for a possible insurance claim. Contact your insurance agent and ask about flooding. Un-plug electrical appliances not being used in the low areas.

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