SWANSEA — Fire Chief Eric Hajder and the Swansea 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.
SWANSEA — Fire Chief Eric Hajder would like to invite the community and members of the media to a dedication ceremony for the Town of Swansea’s new Sept. 11 memorial this weekend.
SWANSEA — Fire Chief Eric Hajder and the Swansea Fire Department are recommending that residents take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for potentially serious storm impacts as Tropical Storm Elsa is forecast to impact New England late tonight into Friday.
SWANSEA — With summer in full swing and the Fourth of July holiday fast approaching, Police Chief Marc Haslam and Fire Chief Eric Hajder would like to remind residents that the recreational use of fireworks in Massachusetts is illegal and violators will be arrested.
SWANSEA — With extreme temperatures expected through Wednesday, Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Eric Hajder would like to provide residents with the following hot weather safety tips.
SWANSEA —Chief Eric Hajder and the Swansea Fire Department would like to remind residents that the 2021 open burning season will end on Saturday, May 1, at 4 p.m.
SWANSEA —Chief Eric Hajder, on behalf of the Swansea Fire Department, wishes to recognize Swansea’s public safety dispatchers during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
SWANSEA —Chief Eric Hajder is pleased to announce that the Swansea Fire Department is one of nearly 300 fire departments across the state to have been awarded a grant as part of the Department of Fire Services Fiscal Year 2021 Firefighter Safety Equipment Grant Program.
SWANSEA —Chief Eric Hajder and the Swansea Fire Department wish to remind residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and check the batteries in each when they move their clocks ahead to start daylight saving time Sunday.
SWANSEA —Chief Eric Hajder and the Swansea Fire Department encourage residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms when setting their clocks back for daylight saving time.