We currently do not offer this service. We recommend you contact your Doctor to get advice on the proper disposal of this bio-medical waste.
FAQ Topic: Fire
Yes, as long as you are a resident and live in a family dwelling. There are two ways that you can get your free detector. (1) Stop by the FD with proof of residency and we will give you a detector. (2) If you are unable to get to the FD give us a call … Continued
Yes, we welcome the opportunity to educate our citizen’s on what we do at the Bedford Fire Department. The only thing we ask is that visits are prescheduled. Please send inquiries to Chantal Parker (email@example.com) so that we can make sure we adjust our daily schedule in order to provide you or your group the … Continued
Yes, there are currently 2 options available: Full classes are scheduled on a periodic basis. These are full instruction and hands on training. Individuals can take the online instruction and then schedule one on one sessions for the hands on portion. Additional questions should be emailed to Chief Nagy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, as long as the following criteria are adhered to: The location of any outdoor recreational fire shall not be less than 50 feet from a structure (house, garage, shed, etc.). The material used for burning shall be considered a “clean fuel” such as seasoned dry firewood. All fires must constantly be attended until the … Continued