VCFD Receives Federal Grant to Provide Dual Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms, Fire Prevention Education to High Risk Communities

Smoke Alarms Save Lives

The Ventura County Fire Department has been awarded a $205,000 FEMA grant to support a county-wide campaign for the installation of dual smoke and carbon monoxide alarms while expanding fire prevention education. The department’s goal is to improve health and safety in our communities and reduce home damage. [Read more]

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