Fire Safety

Take some simple steps to keep you and your family safe from fire

  • Be sure smoke alarms are installed throughout your home.
  • If your smoke alarms run on batteries, or have battery back-up power, replace batteries at least once per year. If the low battery warning beeps, replace the battery immediately. All smoke alarms in your house should be tested once a month using the alarm test button.
  • Keep fire extinguishers in your home. Be sure to keep a fire extinguisher in high-risk areas such as the kitchen and workshop, and know how to use it.
  • Know what to do in case of a grease or electrical fire. Use baking soda, or if a pan is on fire, smother the flames with a lid. Never use water to put out a fire on your stove.
  • If leaking gas starts to burn, do not try to put the flame out. Call 9-1-1 and PG&E immediately. If it is safe to do so, turn off the gas service shutoff valve normally located near the gas meter.
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