Brook Valley Road - Greenville
On 2 March 2014 at 16:54 hours the Cranston Heights Fire Company, was alerted for an Automatic Fire Alarm in a Private Residence on Brook Valley Road in Greenville. While units were responding, New Castle County Dispatch received additional calls from neighbors reporting Smoke Coming from the Residence. The NCC Fireboard then Upgraded the Incident to a Residential Fire, which then added additional Mutual Aid Units. Remainder of this Story is forthcoming.
Story By: Chief Jon Sokira (Hitchens)
Optimum Health Group makes a donation to the Cranston Heights Fire Company
Optimum Health Group has donated thousands of dollars worth of state of the art fitness equipment, to Cranston Heights Fire Co. in an effort to better help our membership's health and performance. They are a true health advocate for the CHFCo. Please take some time to "Like" them on Facebook. Click on "More Info" then click on the Link for "Optimum Health Group".
2014 Delaware Volunteer Firefighter's Association Recruitment Commercial
Click "More Info" icon then click on the Link to view DVFA Recruitment Commercial. For more information about becoming a Volunteer Firefighter in Delaware please visit http://www.firefighter.Delaware.gov
Help Cranston Heights Protect Your Property
In an emergency, firefighters must often gain access to your secure building or home in a timely manor. The KNOX-BOX® from the Knox Company is a system to provide the fire department access while eliminating damage. This entry system allows us to quickly and efficiently provide help reducing damage or provide help in the event of a medical emergency.