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Posted on: June 27, 2019

Free Smoke Detectors for Seniors

Smoke detectors like this should be replaced every 10 years.

Free smoke detectors are available from the Louisburg Fire Department for those Louisburg city residents who are 65 and over and currently don’t have a working smoke detector in their home. Smoke detectors are also available for senior residents whose current detector is more than 10 years old.
The Fire Department received a $300 grant from First Option Bank’s Trusteed Foundations this spring to purchase smoke detectors and install them in the homes of Louisburg residents over 65.
The detectors will be given away on a first-come, first-served basis. As part of the program, local firefighters will install the detectors at no charge. A limited number of smoke detectors will be available. The program will end once all the detectors are placed in residents’ homes. Each qualifying resident will receive two detectors — one for the bedroom area and one in the kitchen. You do not have to own your home to qualify.
To receive your free smoke detector, please call Jean Carder at City Hall, 913-837-2324. Do not call the Fire Department. The detector program will be administered through City Hall staff.

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