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
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.
Mark your calendars for May 4th and come out to Chesterfield Fire Station 3 for Water & Boaters Safety Day! The event runs from 12:00pm-3:00pm Chesterfield Fire Station 3 is located at 33991 23 Mile Rd (at the corner of 23 Mile & Baker roads) Hope to see you there for some safety tips and fun!
With Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declaring March 24-30 as Michigan’s Severe Weather Awareness Week, the Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division (MSP/EMHSD) is calling on residents to take action by participating in a voluntary statewide tornado drill at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27. As such, the Chesterfield Public Safety Department will be
The Chesterfield Township Fire Department would like to congratulate Ronald Gnesda, who was named ‘Firefighter of the Year’ by the Mount Clemens Elks Lodge! This honor is well-deserved, as Firefighter Gnesda is actively involved in firefighter fitness, training. He gives his best to the job and his co-workers everyday. As such, he is very highly regarded
When you set your clocks ahead, don’t forget to change your smoke detector batteries. If you have smoke detectors with sealed batteries, be sure to test the alarms. Remember, smoke detectors should be replaced every 10 years.