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Is your smoke detector working?

We might be able to help you check. Firefighters can come to your home and check your smoke detector to be sure it is operating properly and located in an appropriate location.

Perry Fire has been dispatched to the area of Lane Rd. And Rt. 20 numerous times for reports of a fire that can be seen in the Landfill. This fire is a normal process and is not a hazard. Below there are some questions and answers that hopefully clear up any misunderstandings.

   Recent changes to the Ohio Fire Code and National Fire     Protection Association (NFPA)

now include recent updates of NFPA 25 (Sprinkler Testing and Maintenance). There have been a number of questions regarding testing and inspection frequencies. The following chart reveals the new Inspection and Testing requirements in regards to frequency. Some inspections on signaling devices are now required quarterly while testing is still done on an annual basis. Please review these changes with your sprinkler maintenance provider.  

any questions regarding this information please call the Prevention Office of the Perry Joint Fire District at 440 259-3249.

Perry Fire Station #1

3742 Center Rd Perry, OH 44081

Office Hours 8AM-5PM

Department Number (440) 259-2880

Department Fax Number (440) 259-3680

Perry Fire Station #2

3870 South Ridge Rd Perry, OH 44081

Department Number (440) 259-3251

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