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After the Fire: Returning to Normal
"Recovering From The Fire", A citizen's guideline to beginning the recovery and rebuilding of your life or business.



Arson Awareness Week
The United States Fire Administration (USFA) announces this year's Arson Awareness Week (AAW) theme - Arson for Profit



Fire Safety Checklist for Older Adults
Older people are at special risk for death and injury from fires. To protect yourself and those you care about, follow these seven tips



Fire Risks for the Older Adult
As the elderly population swells, especially among the most elderly, a corresponding increase in fire deaths among older adults is likely.



Fire and the Older Adult
Fire and the Older Adult is an updated report based on the U.S. Fire Administration's (USFA's) Fire Risks for the Older Adult.



Fire Escape Plan
Prepare. Practice. Prevent the Unthinkable.



Fire Risks for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Fire safety is a much overlooked problem among people who are deaf or hard of hearing.



Fire Risks for the Mobility Impaired
People with mobility impairments are faced with many challenges in life. Personal safety, especially fire safety, is one challenge that many perceive as an obstacle.



Fire Risks for the Blind or Visually Impaired
People who are blind or visually impaired live in a world without images or, at best, with unclear ones.



Escape From the Fire: Once You're Out, Stay Out!
It is important to realize that once you have made your way out of a burning building you may already be suffering the effects from lack of oxygen.



Removing the Barriers: A Fire Safety Factsheet for People with Disabilities and their Caregivers
Approximately 4,000 Americans die 20,000 are injured in fires each year and the risk of death or injury from fire is even greater.



Smoke Alarms: What You Need to Know
In the event of a fire, properly installed and maintained smoke alarms will provide an early warning alarm to your household. This alarm could save your own life and those of your loved ones by providing the chance to escape.



If you smoke, put it out. All the way. Every time.
Every year, men, women and children are killed in home fi res caused by cigarettes and other smoking materials.

Monroe, LA Fire Department Emergency and Rescue

Smoke Alarm - City of Monroe Fire Department

The Monroe Fire Department offers "FREE" smoke alarms with installation to all City of Monroe residents. If you would like a smoke alarm installed in your home, contact our office at (318) 329-2437 or (318) 329-2475 to be scheduled for installation.

How to Report a Fire

To report a fire or other emergency in the City of Monroe, dial 911.

If it is a fire, rescue, or other fire-related emergency, you may direct dial the Monroe Fire Department's direct emergency line at 318-322-5151.