There’s no substitute to being prepared in case of an emergency. Assistant Fire Chief/Emergency Management Coordinator Mark Hasheider talks about additional outdoor warning sirens being installed around Cape Girardeau, the Adopt a Siren program, technical rescue capabilities and training, thermal imaging cameras and other special equipment, and more.
What Can I Burn and When? Home Fire Pits, Grilling, and Yard Waste Burning Safety Regulations in Cape Girardeau
Whether you’re burning yard waste as a chore, or relaxing with friends around a little fire, there are three safety rules you need to follow: Never leave a fire unattended. It is unsafe and illegal. […]
May is Building Safety Month. The City of Cape Girardeau will be spotlighting specific areas of building safety each week during May. This week’s focus is Fire Safety and Awareness. Here are some tips for […]
Information from Missouri Department of Transportation Southeast District News Release The Southeast Coalition for Roadway Safety has awarded Law Enforcement Grants for 2014 to 19 agencies, including the Cape Girardeau Police Department, in an effort […]