|Fri. Aug 7th 2015|
Serve Your Local Community
Are you looking for an opportunity to serve your local community?Use the following link provided by the National Volunteer Fi...
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|Tue. Feb 3rd 2015|
Donations Being Accepted to Assist House Fire Victims
In an effort to assist the victims of last week's house fire on East North Street in Charles Town, Citizens Fire Company ...
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|Mon. Feb 2nd 2015|
Aerial Request for Proposal Now Available
The Apparatus Committee of Citizens Fire Company is excited to announce the release of its Request for Proposal for an a...
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"How does your system work?," is a question we are frequently asked when we discuss the Knox Box system. Citizens Fire Company has a Knox Box key securely housed in each of our apparatus.
While not in use, the keys are locked inside of a control unit. Each control unit can only be unlocked via radio transmission, which comes from the Jefferson County 911 Center. The fire department must request that the key be released for specific apparatus and this request is recorded, maintaining a date/time record of when the key was used, ensuring security.
Purchasing a Knox Box for your business eliminates the need for forcible entry during emergency situations and allows secure facility access 24 hrs a day. We highly encourage all business owners to review the information found by clicking here or by clicking the image above.
**IMPORTANT** - If you intend to purchase a Knox Box product, visit their page by clicking here or by clicking the image above. Select a product that interests you and you will be prompted to search for a fire department, using either zip code (25414) or department name (Citizens Fire Co). Select the appropriate agency (Citizens Fire Co, PO Box 927, Charles Town, WV 25414) and continue with your purchase. All purchases for Citizens Fire Company can now be processed online.
Should you require any further information, do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are conducting a controlled burn anywhere in Jefferson County, you must first contact the Jefferson County Communications Center at 304-725-8484 to obtain the current burning regulations and to register the address where you will be burning.
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