Sun: Protect your skin against the sun with SPF and reapply often.

Water: Make sure everyone has proper skills to swim and keep an eye on young children and check flotation devices for leaks.

Grilling: Don’t ignite charcoal with gasoline or lighter fluid. Use heat resistant tools and never lean over an open flame.

Fireworks: Keep a safe distance from fireworks display and remember sparklers remain hot enough to burn skin after they burn out.

Family: Sign up and create a Safety Profile at www.smart911.com to protect your family against any emergencies this summer.



Did you know Smart911 is a free service available to keep your and your family safer?  Provided by Susquehanna County, Smart911 lets you create a private and secure safety profile for your family, including any information you want 9-1-1 to have during an emergency.  You can include details such as family members, photos, medical notes, pets, and emergency contacts.  In an emergency seconds can save lives. Take a few seconds now to plan ahead at www.smart911.com . 



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Susquehanna County Communications

Wednesday May 31, 2017 – County EOC – 7:30 PM

Susquehanna County Fire Police Meeting

Thursday June 8, 2017 – County EOC – 7:30 PM

Susquehanna County Fire Chief’s Meeting

Wednesday June 28, 2017 – United Fire Hall – 7:30 PM



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