Calvert County Fire, Rescue, EMS

2014 Incidents
Jan 1685
Feb 1343
Mar 0
Apr 0
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 3028

Past Call Stats
2013 19304
2012 20306
2011 21240
2010 19708
2009 20021

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Calvert County Commissioners concerns for the Volunteers

Member Wayne Hardesty, March 13

House Bill 1056... (Full Story)

State Fire Marshal recommends "change your clock - change your battery"

Member Katie Allen, March 07

In anticipation of daylight saving time (DST) beginning in the early morning hours of March 9th, the State Fire Marshal is urging Marylanders to “Change Your Clock – Change Your Battery” in both smoke alarms and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in their homes. Recognizing that working smoke alarms and CO detectors double a family’s chance of surviving a home fire and/or unsafe carbon monoxide levels, ... (Full Story & Photos)

State Fire Marshal Provides Winter Heating Safety Tips

Member Katie Allen, January 08

As the temperatures drop to extreme lows, we depend on multiple types of heating sources to stay warm inside our homes. State Fire Marshal Brian S. Geraci is providing Marylanders life and home saving heating safety tips. “Elements of heating resources continue to be a significant factor in home fires in Maryland,” according to the Fire Marshal. “Following these guidelines, we can work together ... (Full Story & Photos)

Community Centers Offer Warm, Dry Place for Residents if Needed

Member Katie Allen, January 06

Community Centers Offer Warm, Dry Place for Residents if Needed

With temperatures expected to stay in the low 20s throughout today and dip into the single digits this evening, there are several places residents can go to stay warm during the day. The county’s community centers will be open during regular hours and safe drinking water is available in each of them. Residents who need to take refuge ... (Full Story & Photos)

Calvert County Government Urges Preparations for Winter Weather

Member Katie Allen, January 06

Calvert County Government Urges Preparations for Winter Weather

Calvert County government urges citizens to be prepared for extreme cold weather. During extreme cold weather events, the primary concern is the potential loss of heat, power, telephone service, and a shortage of supplies if storm or weather conditions continue for more than one day. Residents should have the following items available: • ... (Full Story & Photos)





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