Protect Yourself From Heat Stress

April 4, 2020

SunWhen the body is unable to cool itself by sweating, several heat-induced illnesses such as heat stress or heat exhaustion and the more severe heat stroke can occur, and can result in death.

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School Zone Safety

January 17, 2019

School Zone

Driving in the School Zone: Slow down-you’re free to drive even slower than 20 m.p.h. and should when conditions warrant it such as times of poor visibility due to heavy rain, Read more

Don’t Forget To Check Your Batteries

March 5, 2008

Daylight Savings Time will begin on Sunday, March 9th, with most of us setting our clocks ahead when we go to bed on the evening of Saturday, March 8th. Even though we will be ‘springing forward’, the next Sunday morning will provide some relief for most of us. Of course, changing the clocks is a great time to change your smoke detector batteries.

smalldetectorSmoke Alarms are your first defense against fire. A working smoke alarm can detect a small fire and provide crucial minutes necessary to prevent a tragedy from occurring in your home. Read more

Holiday Fire-Safety Tips

December 9, 2007

As the holidays approach, the Jollyville Fire Department is urging people to look for and eliminate potential dangers from holiday lights and decorations that could lead to fires and injuries. Read more