Turtlecreek EMS and Fire crews ask that residents obtain reflective street number signs for their
mailboxes. These signs provide quick identification of your location for squads in emergencies. You may
call or stop by
Chief Flint asks that you phone the fire station (513-932-4902) before burning to obtain clearance on air quality and other conditions. Failing to notify the fire department may result in an unexpected fire run to your
Turtlecreek Twp. Fire Department would like to remind everyone that you need to replace your smoke detectors every 10 years. Due to dust build up it is important to make sure that your home has working smoke detectors
When it comes to fire safety it is important that all homes have a fire escape plan in place. You should always know 2 ways out of every room in your home and have an established meeting place for all occupants of the
Taking care of your clothes dryer is important for home fire safety.
The leading cause of home clothes dryer fires is failure to clean them. An estimated 2,900 home dryer fires happen every year, causing 5 deaths, 100
As we are into our inclement weather season the Turtlecreek Township Fire department would like to remind everyone of some safe driving tips for the winter weather.
Take your time – Remember when the roads are