Smoke detectors are a vital part of your family's safety. Do you know where your smoke detectors are located in your home? When was the last time you checked to make sure the smoke detectors work properly?
Unfortunately, many people cannot answer these questions. That's why the Johns Creek Fire Department is holding a "Smoke Detector Blitz."
Upon request, firefighters will visit your home and look for obvious fire hazards. Firefighters can provide a "Home Safety Checklist
Call the Johns Creek Fire Marshall's Office at 678-474-1641 to schedule a visit. Even if you do not wish to participate in this program, please use this as a reminder to check your smoke detectors and practice your escape plan.
Check smoke detector batteries when you 'Spring Forward'
Don't forget to set your clocks forward Sunday, March 11 when Daylight Savings Time changes. When you re‑set your clock, be sure to check your smoke alarm battery
at the same time, as many need replacing about every six months. It's also a good time to check your carbon monoxide detector