An Important Message from the Office of the Fire Chief of the Randolph Fire Department:

March 17, 2020

We are asking that should you need to call 9-1-1 for any Fire, Medical, or Police emergency for yourself or a family member, that you PLEASE let the dispatcher know if you or anyone in your household is experiencing flu-like symptoms, have or had a fever, shortness of breath or respiratory concerns or nausea/vomiting and/or diarrhea.

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We Also ask that if you are quarantined (mandatory or self-imposed) in your home or business due to possible or confirmed COVID-19 exposure that you place a sign/note on your front door to alert our responders to take additional infection-prevention precautions before entering your home or business.

We need to protect our crews and be best prepared to assist you and your loved ones. We also need to take these precautions so that we can continue to meet the emergency needs of the community.

The Fire Department and Township are continually monitoring the situation and will respond as required. Please do not be alarmed that upon arrival of our First Responders, we may ask additional questions and may be wearing a higher level of personal protective equipment than you may be used to seeing. Our First Responders have been given additional training on proper measures to take to protect themselves, their families and the Community that we Serve.

Thank you for your understanding and together we will get through this. BE SAFE AND HEALTHY!