Fire Prevention Week. We Honor Glenview Fire Department.
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK - OCTOBER 7 - 13.
We at SERVPRO give thanks to and honor the Glenview Fire Department for all of their services.
In celebration of Fire Prevention Week, the Glenview Fire Department invites the community to an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, October 20, at Fire Station 14, 2250 Patriot Boulevard.
Tour the apparatus and firehouse ~ view displays by the Fire Department Special Teams, Glenview Police and Glenview Public Safety Dispatchers. Watch hands-on demonstrations.
HOW THE GLENVIEW FIRE DEPARTMENT SERVES OUR COMMUNITY:
Rescue and Suppression
Fire suppression and rescue services are provided 24 hours per day, seven days per week. In order to provide excellent fire suppression services, the department operates five apparatus responding from five stations located throughout the Village. The apparatus include four engine companies and one ladder company.
Rescue and Suppression
Fire suppression and rescue services are provided 24 hours per day, seven days per week. In order to provide excellent fire suppression services, the department operates five apparatus responding from five stations located throughout the Village. The apparatus include four engine companies and one ladder company. To learn more about our calls and special rescue teams, click here.
Emergency Medical Services
The Fire Department provides emergency medical services to residents and businesses residing in the Village of Glenview and its unincorporated areas. The Department operates two paramedic ambulances 24 hours per day and one paramedic ambulance 12 hours per day, during peak hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. In addition, all front line fire suppression apparatus are equipped with paramedic equipment with a goal of delivering medical assistance within four to six minutes from the request of services. The Department has over 60 State of Illinois-licensed paramedics who also function as firefighters. Do you have questions about ambulance billing or need an ambulance report? Click here.
The department is committed to educating the public on fire safety and prevention through a variety of life-safety programs and educational opportunities including, but not limited to, preschool, elementary and middle school education seminars; Boy Scout Merit Badge instruction; first aid, CPR and Heimlich Maneuver; and fire extinguisher (local business only) training. When able, the Department also will provide station tours and appear at block parties upon request.
For a full list of services or for more information, click here.
If fire strikes your home and family, SERVPRO of Glenview is there to help makes things right again - 847-832-9300