MORRSITOWN, NJ - The Morristown Fire Department and Morristown CERT Team have teamed up with the Red Cross to help residents stay safe by installing free smoke detectors.
Since 2014, the American Red Cross' initiative has saved 268 lives, installed 964,320 smoke alarms, made 400,143 homes safer, and reached 894,958 youth through the campaign.
On Saturday March 2 from 9am - 1pm, volunteers will be walking door to door on nine Morristown streets offering this free service. Volunteers will be knocking on doors on Henry Street, Speedwell Place, Thomas Street, Anderson Street, Kinney Street, Vail Place, Orchard Street, Logan Place and Lakeside Place.
If you live on a different Morristown street and are interested in having smoke detectors installed, contact Lindsay Doyle at 973-292-6603.
For more information, visit redcross.org/FireSafety