This agreement between the two municipalities ensures the presence of firefighters at the fire station 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The mission of the Fire Department is to safeguard human lives, protect citizens’ property and provide public education while attempting to preserve the environment and heritage.
Smoke alarm inspection program
Your firefighters in the Blainville Fire Department had planned to visit your home during spring 2021 to check that the smoke alarms were working properly and that carbon monoxide alarms were installed (if applicable). However, due to the current COVID-19 measures, home visits have been suspended until further notice.
To ensure your safety, under the terms of Bylaw 884-01 on fire prevention, the building's compliance must be checked and our information on your home must be updated without delay.
For this purpose, if you received a letter, please fill out the questionnaire, to the best of your knowledge, no later than April 12, 2021 (It will take approximately 10 minutes to complete it): blainville.ca/feu
We remind you that a smoke alarm has a lifespan of approximately 10 years. As stipulated in the municipal bylaw, you must install one on each floor, as well as in the basement. Smoke alarms must be installed within 5 metres of any bedroom door. It is also your responsibility to test them twice a year (if your home is connected to a central monitoring station, please notify it before testing your smoke alarms).
For more information, contact the Blainville fire department at 450 434-5201 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your cooperation is invaluable to us. Thank you for helping us save lives!
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