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The SFD particiates in "Service Week".
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

The Salisbury Fire Department, Neighborhood Services & Code Compliance, Salisbury Police Department, Department of Public Works, and Building Permits & Inspections began a new program this week called "Service Week." This program is designed to provide a saturation of city services to residents in the Princeton Homes and President's area neighborhoods during the week of July 14 through July 18, 2014.

During this effort, the SFD members knock on each and every door to check for working smoke alarms in homes, replace faulty alarms, and replace the batteries to the alarms as needed. This is a free service to City of Salisbury residents provided by the SFD.

Over the past two days the SFD has already directly knocked on a total of 282 homes, replacing 7% of the existing smoke alarms and 9% of the existing batteries in the homes visited.

"This program is only on day two and has already become a huge success," said Inspections Lieutenant Eric Cramer.

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