CANTON — Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department would like to provide some seasonal safety tips for residents given the warmer weather this week and the fact that many people are following the stay-at-home advisory during the COVID-19 health crisis.
Chief Charles Doody is pleased to announce that the Canton Fire Department will be hosting its upcoming annual open house as part of their programming for National Fire Prevention Week.
Chief Charles E. Doody reports that the Canton Fire Department extinguished a 2-alarm house fire early Tuesday morning.
Chief Charles E. Doody would like to remind Canton residents of some safety tips and precautions as Sunday begins National Burn Awareness Week.
Chief Charles E. Doody announces that the Canton Fire Department will be partnering with the Canton Alliance Against Substance Abuse (CAASA) to host an informational presentation about alcohol and drug use and misuse among older adults next week.
Chief Charles E. Doody reports that several members of the Canton Fire Department have been deployed and are on standby to provide support with emergency situations in the Merrimack Valley and North Carolina.
Fire Chief Charles E. Doody and Police Chief Ken Berkowitz announce that the Canton Fire and Police Departments will commemorate the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks this week.
Chief Charles Doody is pleased to announce that the Canton Fire Department received dozens of smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors today that were donated by the fire safety product manufacturer Kidde.
Chief Charles E. Doody reports that the Canton Fire Department responded to a residential construction site where a man fell from the second floor of a home Tuesday morning.
With temperatures expected to reach into the 90s over the next few days, Chief Charles E. Doody would like to inform Canton residents of the dangers of leaving individuals in hot cars and provide tips to prevent anyone from being harmed.