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Ponderosa Fire Department Round Up October 2015

The reality is that when fire strikes, your home could be engulfed in smoke and flames in just a few minutes.   “In the old days” fires burned with much less intensity and over a longer time period, but with today’s synthetic materials in almost everything we have science has proven that fire growth is increasing at a much faster rate.

This year’s National Fire Prevention Week theme is (October 4-10, 2015), “Every Bedroom Needs A Working Smoke Alarm”.  The focus is on the importance of assuring your smoke detectors are working and to have that additional layer of protection by having a smoke detector inside of your bedroom. More information is available at www.firepreventionweek.org.

It is very important to verify your smoke alarms are working so take the time to check them about once per month.  The Ponderosa FD recommends having both ionization AND at least one photoelectric type smoke detector in your home as a minimum and at least one on each floor.

Don’t forget that Daylight Savings Time ends on November 1.  Change Your Clock – Change Your Smoke Detector Battery. 

Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network Self-Registration Portal (SRP) for the Emergency Notification System For Cell/Internet Phones

This emergency notification system (ENS) is provided by Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network (GHC 9-1-1) for all residents within its territory—all cities and counties wholly or partially within Harris and Fort Bend Counties and the unincorporated areas of both counties.
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Ponderosa Fire Department Station 62 was recently honored with the bronze award in the annual Fire Chief Magazine’s Station Style Design Award for volunteer/combination agencies in competition throughout the United States and Canada.  Emergency Services District #28 utilized BRW Architects and LDF Construction (Spring, Texas) to build this highly functional and beautiful fire station.  Our community and our members are very proud of this fire station.  You should stop by and visit and revere the I-Beam from the 2001 World Trade Center disaster - 4362 Louetta at Sorrel Ridge.



Smart Choices for Smoke Detectors



Jax is barking orders at the recent recruit academy class 

 Child Car Seat Inspections


Ponderosa Fire Department
Harris County Emergency Service District #28
Headquarters – Station 61
17061 Rolling Creek Dr
Houston, TX 77090
Station 62
4362 Louetta Road
Spring, Tx 77388
Station 63 & Training Facility
21455 Imperial Valley
Houston, Tx 77073
Northview Subdivision

ATTENTION: Visitors to Ponderosa Fire Department are asked NOT to park in the business lot just to the north of the station.  Parking is allowed on the street, except in areas where signs prohibit it.

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