The Schaumburg Fire Department provides suppression and emergency medical services to a day time population of 150,000. Responding from five fire stations, 120 shift personnel respond to more than 9,100 calls a year. The fire department is responsible for providing emergency response services including fire, ambulance, hazardous materials, underwater rescue and recovery, high angle, trench and confined space rescue; and education/fire prevention programs including school presentations, station tours, high rise drills, and Explorer Scout Post 333.
To ensure the safety and well-being of the Community we serve through education, prevention and preparedness; dedicated to protecting life and property by delivering professional services with integrity.
Strategic Plan for 2017-2022
The Schaumburg Fire Department is proud to present its 2017-2022 Strategic Plan. The creation of the document is a combined effort between members of the community and the Village of Schaumburg providing a guideline for the future of our ever growing community.
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Important Recall Notices
In 2014, over 6 million dehumidifiers were recalled due to the risk of overheating and catching fire. More than 450 fires and $25 million in damages have been linked to faulty units and it isn't known how many homeowners are still unaware of the danger. The dehumidifiers were sold under many brand names including Gree, GE, Frigidaire, Soleus Air, Kenmore, Danby and others. To see if your dehumidifier is part of the recall, visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission's website.
Kidde has recalled two models of their dual-sensor smoke alarms due to a defect that compromises the smoke alarm's ability to detect smoke. For more information about the smoke alarm models recalled, visit www.kidde.com and click on "Product Safety Recalls."