Public Education Offered:
- Fire Station Tours
- General Fire Safety Classes
- Fire Extinguisher Use Classes
- Home Safety Inspections
- Business Safety Inspections
- Limited Visual Chimney Inspections
- Wood Stove Inspections
- Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Detector Placement
- Fire Drills; School, Daycares, Businesses
Permits and Plans:
- Assembly Permits
- Oil Burning Appliance (Furnace) Permits
- Cistern Plans, Review, and Installation Inspections
- Sprinkler Plans and Review
- Fire Alarm System Plans and Review
Additional Fire Prevention/Safety Pages
The Impact of Smoke Alarms
Exposing an Invisible Killer: The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide:
More than 4,000 Americans die each year in fires, and approximately 20,000 are injured. Deaths resulting from failed emergency escapes are particularly avoidable.
The United States Fire Administration (USFA) believes that having a sound escape plan will greatly reduce fire deaths and protect you and your family's safety if a fire occurs.
|HEATING YOUR HOME WITH WOOD|
The Lee Fire & Rescue Department brings you this page to assist you with any questions you might have. Below are multiple links on frequently asked questions, heating with wood, safety concerns, installation of wood stoves, chimney safety, ash management, and a slide show made by the New Hampshire Division of Fire Safety on heating fire safety issues.