The South Trail Fire & Rescue District is proud to offer a wide range of public education programs to all members of the South Trail community. Fire and life safety programs are presented in a variety of settings--in the South Trail Safety House and fire stations, daycare facilities, schools, businesses, health care facilities, and communities.
Please visit South Trail Fire Districts new virtual classroom. This will be updated monthly with new lessons and activities.
The South Trail Safety House is located at 2112 Crystal Drive, next door to Station 61. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and by appointment. The Safety House includes a permanent puppet theater (capacity of 42 persons), a child-size wooden fire truck complete with child-size bunker gear, a "fire exit drill" bedroom, a kitchen fire safety display, a fire sprinkler display, and a children's library.
To schedule a visit to the Safety House, call 239-936-5281, or make a program request.
The following fire safety tip sheets are created by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) using statistics and research on fire in the United States. For more safety tips, visit the NFPA Website.
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