Save a Life with Smoke Alarms is a community risk reduction program led by the Cedar Hill Fire Department's Citizens Fire Academy Alumni Association (CFAAA). The goal is to identify homes that do not have smoke alarms, have outdated alarms and/or missing batteries. The CFAAA will team up with community partners to canvas a pre-determined neighborhood once a month on a Saturday for only two hours, weather permitting, to visit homes checking for operating smoke alarms. CFAAA seeks volunteers ages 16 and older to receive training on how to meet with families to talk about fire safety and smoke alarms in the home.
To volunteer or to receive more information about the Save a Life Program, please contact the information hotline at 972-291-5100 ext.1005, or Chief Alexander at 972-291-1011.