• Through the Town’s Fire and Emergency Services department, Stouffville is continuing its “Home Safe Home” program.
  • Intended to boost home fire safety throughout the community, the initiative offers residents free home fire safety assessments.
  • Staff will test and assess the number of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors within a home and assist occupants in the formation of a reliable fire escape route.
  • This summer, Stouffville firefighters will also be visiting homes to inform community members about “Home Safe Home,” offer home safety assessments on the spot, and distribute fire safety information.
  • Any residents interested in scheduling an assessment can contact Fire and Emergency Services by email or by calling (905) 640-9595.

“Our goal with the ‘Home Safe Home’ initiative is to ensure that every household in Stouffville is equipped with the necessary tools and knowledge to protect themselves in the event of a fire emergency,” Bill Snowball, Stouffville’s Fire Chief, explained. “By offering free assessments and engaging with our community directly, we hope to make a meaningful impact on home fire safety.”

“Stouffville Fire & Emergency Services encourages all residents to take advantage of this valuable opportunity to enhance their home’s fire safety,” a Town press release added. “Together, we can make Stouffville a safer place to call home.”