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Have you wondered how you can help emergency responders during this COVID-19 state of emergency? The Boone County Fire Protection District, working with other first responders in Boone County, ask that citizens only use 911 for true life threatening emergencies. 911 is not for people who think they have...

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Stay Warm with Home Heating Safety

According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), half of all home heating fires occur in December, January and February. So now is the time to make sure your home heating device is safe, before the weather turns bitter cold. Follow these USFA heating tips to maintain a fire safe home this winter. (more…)

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Be safe and be smart today.With breezy and dry conditions, there is an elevated risk of wildfires this afternoon and evening. Remember these basic tips to avoid setting a wildfire. ... See MoreSee Less

March 8th, 2:21 pm  ·  

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Red flag warning up for Boone County for Sunday. Gusty winds, low humidity and dry veggiation will help accelerate outdoor fires.

Over the past few days, BCFPD has responded to controlled burns that became way too out of control. Please don’t burn!
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March 8th, 8:29 am  ·  

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