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Public Notice:   No Ammonia Used for Water Treatment   Beginning Monday, April 01, 2019 the Town of Nashville will temporarily stop adding ammonia during water treatment disinfection process. The duration will be up to 30 days.

 

 Public Notice: The Town of Nashville  Non-Emergency Offices will be closed Friday, April 19, 2019  for Good Friday.   There will be no bulk pick-up the week of April 15th .

Fire Prevention Programs

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Fire Extinguisher Training

The Nashville Fire Department teaches participants how to properly use an ABC fire extinguisher. The course consists of a short lecture presentation and hands on training that takes about two hours. The hands on portion will include a live fire demonstration where participants will be able to extinguish small flammable liquid fires. This course is free to the public.

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  • Training is not affiliated  with  any creditable delivering agency.
  • Participants  will not receive any certifications Fire Extinguisher  Training.   This course is designed to educate  the public as awareness   level only.
  • Minimum  class size of five students. 

 

 

CPR, First Aid, & AED Training 

The Nashville Fire Department teaches participants proper CPR, First Aid, and AED applications. This course is free  to the public and is only available  upon request. 

CPR Hands Only.

 

Special Consideration:

  • Training is not affiliated  with  any creditable delivering agency.
  • Participants  will not receive any certifications in CPR, First Aid and AED. This course is designed to educate  the public as awareness  level only.
  • Minimum  class size of five students. 

Fire Station Tour

The Nashville Fire Department provides fire station tours to individuals and community groups of all ages. Fire station tour participants will be educated on fire equipment, apparatus, and theFirefighter with Kids 2014. daily duties of our fire station. To schedule a tour of our fire station, please contact us at (252) 459-3017.

 

 

 

 

The links below are provided to our visitors  who are hearing impaired.  

  

How to invite the fire department to your event or neighborhood functions! 

You can invite us to your home, school, community event or places of worship to educate you in fire safety. To invite us, please contact the fire department at (252) 450-3017. We ask that you make the request at least  30 days prior    to your event.