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Smoke Detectors: Proven to Save Lives

The City of Milwaukee continues to see tragic fires in which smoke detectors were removed or not operating, and lives have been lost.

It is critically important for Milwaukee residents to have working smoke detectors in their homes. It is an early detection and life-saving device in the event of a fire. It can give you and your family those extra seconds that count when faced with smoke and flames.

Check your smoke detector today, and make sure to check it on a monthly basis. If you do not have a working smoke detector you can request one to be installed by calling the Milwaukee Fire Department Smoke Detector Hotline (414) 286-8980.

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Russell W. Stamper, II
District 15 Alderman

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 414-286-2221


 414-286-3456


russell.stamper@milwaukee.gov


 City Hall
200 E. Wells Street
Room 205
Milwaukee, WI 53202 


Call for Action Phone Directory

A limited number of booklets can be obtained by contacting my assistant at 286-3771. You can also download and print your own version of the directory, or call 286-CITY to instantly be connected with any city service.

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