Help Keep Fire Hydrants Clear of Snow
Posted 12:44 p.m.
We need your help. Fire hydrants may need be to be cleared in your neighborhood. The expected snow accumulations combined with the after-effects of plowing roads may result in many fire hydrants partially or completely buried in snow. By keeping fire hydrants clear of snow, you can help firefighters to easily locate hydrants and access water quickly, preserving valuable time to potentially save lives and structures while the snow is still on the ground.
Take note of hydrant locations in your neighborhood and help keep them clear! Thanks.
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