In recognition of National Fire Prevention Week, the Huntington Beach Fire Department invites you to attend Open House on Saturday, October 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Demonstrations at 11 am and 1 pm will include vehicle extrication and live fire scenarios. Other highlights include: meeting your local firefighters, touring the fire station, learning fire safety tips, viewing fire engines that serve our community, meeting Sparky the Fire Dog, and enjoying free refreshments donated by the Huntington Beach Firefighters’ Association and the Huntington Beach Fire Management Association.
Fire Station 1-Gothard is located at 18311 Gothard Street, between Talbert and Ellis, Huntington Beach 92648
Is Handicap Access available?
Yes, Handicap parking is available on the fire department property.
Where do we park?
Parking is available on the fire department property. Huntington Beach Search and Rescue Explorers will be at the event to direct visitors to the appropriate parking area.
Will food or drink be available at the event?
Yes, the Huntington Beach Fire Association and Fire Management will be providing refreshments during the Open House.
Your flyer notes two demonstrations. Are they exactly the same or different?
The afternoon demonstration is a repeat of the morning demonstration.
Are there any photo opportunities?
There will be opportunities for great pictures. Please bring your camera or smart phone.
Will Sparky be there?
Sparky will be there to greet everyone! Sparky loves to be part of this great day and help show how Huntington Beach Fire Department is an awesome fire department!
The flyer shows activities at Gothard-Station 1. Will there be activities at other fire stations too?
No, all activities will be at Gothard-Station 1 only. By keeping the event at just one station, certain units and personnel support the Open House activities while the other fire department units continue to keep the community safe!
For additional information, call the Fire Department at 714-536-5411.
Attachment: flyer_ 2017 Open House Flyer.pdf
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