The Annapolis City Fire Department's Smoke Alarm program has been in place for 15 years and has continued to provide fire safety protection for hundreds of families. The program gives citizens the ability to call and request installation of a smoke or carbon monoxide alarm. This program continues to see progress, and builds on the department's goal of reaching zero fire deaths. “There is no doubt that smoke and carbon monoxide alarms save lives,” Executive Director of the National Firefighters Foundation Ronald Siarnicki said."
If any resident in Annapolis is in need of an alarm, and can't afford one, we urge them to fill out the form by clicking on the Smoke Alarm Assessment form link on the left, and we will be more than happy to test and or replace your smoke alarms free of charge if needed. For more information on smoke alarms visit NFPA website.