CANTON — The Canton Fire Department congratulates Chief Charles Doody on 27 years of dedicated service to the department and the Town of Canton.
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody is pleased to announce that two firefighters graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy (MFA) last week.
CANTON — With New England in the middle of winter and residents digging out from a significant blizzard, Chief Charles Doody would like to remind Canton residents of important carbon monoxide (CO) safety tips.
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department would like to provide safety tips to ensure residents stay safe while baking and preparing their holiday meals over the coming days and weeks.
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department wish to provide information about the 3G cellular network shutdown, in order to prepare residents for possible impacts.
Canton Fire Department Reminds Residents to Change Their Clocks, Check Their Alarms During Daylight Saving Time
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department would like to remind residents to check their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms when setting their clocks back for daylight saving time this weekend.
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody is pleased to share that Canton firefighters recently completed live fire training.
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department would like to share guidance and safety tips as Halloween approaches to help residents and trick-or-treaters celebrate safely this season.
Canton Fire and Police Departments Encourage Residents to Turn in Unwanted Medications at 24/7 Collection Kiosk
CANTON — Fire Chief Charles Doody and Police Chief Kenneth Berkowitz are encouraging residents to drop off unwanted or unused medications at the police department’s 24/7 collection kiosk in recognition of National Drug Take Back Day this weekend.
Canton Fire Urges Residents to Consider Safety Tips and ‘Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety’ During Fire Prevention Week
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department are urging all residents to “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety” and to follow several basic tips to help protect their loved ones during Fire Prevention Week, which is being recognized this year from Oct. 3 to 9.