Public Fire & Life Safety Education Tours and Events
Juvenile Fire Busters Program
This program is designed for juvenile’s 17 and younger that have set, played with, or have shown interest in fire. The program consists of classroom education, handouts, and videos. The length of this program may vary depending on the incident. Upon completion of this program juveniles will have a better understanding of fire and how dangerous it can be. The program is available to the general public. If you have any questions pertaining to the program please contact email@example.com or at (704) 660-7110
Fire Smart Program
The Fire Smart Program was developed to educate fourth graders and adults in fire and life safety. The fire and life safety manual was developed by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Fire and Life Safety Bowl Committee. Through their efforts they have developed a manual to better educate children and adults alike about the dangers of fires and life safety concerns. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Fire and Life Safety Bowl Committee have also been generous enough to allow this manual to be reproduced to further educate our children within the Mooresville Graded School District and the Town of Mooresville. This display of kindness not only shows the committees willingness to educate every child, but the efforts of working as a team with every fire department to prevent injuries through education. The Mooresville Fire Department would like to thank the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Fire and Life Safety bowl Committee for their efforts and contributions to the fire and life safety education of our children. For questions or to learn more about the Fire Smart Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or at (704) 660-7110
Fire Safety Trailer
In August of 2009, The Mooresville Fire-Rescue was awarded the FEMA Fire Prevention Grant to purchase a Sprinkler and Fire Safety Trailer. This safety trailer is used to deliver hands-on training by utilizing a burn room, kitchen area and sleeping area to illustrate the dangers of fire. To make an appointment for the fire safety trailer contact Fire Marshal Styers at 704-660-7110 or at email@example.com
Our Favorite Educational Links
Fire Station #1
457 N. Main St.
Mooresville, NC 28115
Fire Station #2
186 Knob Hill Rd
Mooresville, NC 28117
Fire Station #3
1023 Shearers Rd.
Mooresville, NC 28115
Fire Station #4
2014 Charlotte Hwy
Mooresville, NC 28115
Fire Extinguisher Training
The Mooresville Fire Department offers fire extinguisher training to general public, schools, industrial, and commercial companies. This class covers the basic education and hands-on training needed to effectively operate a fire extinguisher. (Live burns are optional) For questions about the fire extinguisher training or to schedule a class please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or at (704) 660-7110
Residential Fire Sprinklers
Residential fire sprinklers are a hot topic across the nation between home builders and fire departments. Fire sprinklers have been proven to save lives and property. It is a fast acting system that can minimize property damage, injury and even death. This is why Mooresville Fire Department has made a partnership with Habitat for Humanity to assist in the installation of residential fire sprinklers.
The Mooresville Fire Department offers a variety of programs that are offered to the general public and to business. We often conduct public speaking program to Groups, HOA’s, Churches, Large Business, Small Businesses, etc. Below is a list of topics that we most commonly speak on. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a class please contact email@example.com or at (704) 660-7110
Citizens should be prepared for potentially damaging weather in Mooresville that can strike at any time. Tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, lightning strikes, snow and ice storms have caused power outages, property damage, environmental destruction, and interruptions in food and water supplies.
The best time to assemble a three-day emergency supply kit is well before you will ever need it. Most people already have these items around the house and it is a matter of assembling them now before an evacuation order is issued. Stocking up now on emergency supplies can add to your family's safety and comfort during and after a disaster.
Preparation includes having adequate insurance and being prepared to make a claim in the event of storm damage. This site includes a section on insurance tips.
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