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[FORD COUNTY, Kan.]
The Community Housing Association of Dodge City (CHAD) has joined efforts with the Dodge City Fire Department and the City of Dodge City Development Services & Inspections Department have installed free smoke alarms in several neighborhoods.
The neighborhoods that have received the free smoke alarms are in the 1110 block of Overhill Road, Johnson Avenue, LaSalle Street, and Hillcrest Drive of Dodge City.
The smoke alarms with ten-year batteries were provided by the American Red Cross through CHAD’s partnership with the Sound the Alarm campaign.
“We had 15 residents open their homes and participate allowing us to install a total of 47 smoke alarms free of charge,” said Angie Gonzales from CHAD in a release.
To learn more about the Sound the Alarm campaign visit https://www.redcross.org/sound-the-alarm.html.
For more information about this program and other assistant programs available through the Community Housing Association of Dodge City, visit dodgecityhousing.com or contact Angie Gonzalez at 620-371-3870.