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Contact Us:
Chief Robert Phillips, EFO
Postal Address:

16820 25 Mile Road
Macomb, MI 48042

Telephone (586) 677-1262
Facsimile (586) 677-1385


In an Emergency
call
9-1-1

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Mission Statement:  The Macomb Township Fire Department, Through Progressive Training, Organization and Teamwork will help Educate, Protect and Serve Our Community.

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FREE Smoke Detectors
Macomb Township residents who are in need of a smoke detector can pick one up free of charge at Fire Station #3 located at 47711 North Ave, on the East side of North Ave. between 21 and 22 Mile Roads.


Burning Permits
All open burning requires a “Burning Permit” issued by the Fire Department.  To apply for a permit, please come to the Fire Administrative offices located in Fire Station # 4, at 25 Mile Road and Romeo Plank, 16820 25 Mile Road.

Outside Burning Ordinance
Click here for the Township code of ordinances pertaining to open burning.

Hazardous Materials Inventory Sheet (HMIS)
- Click here for form.
The document utilized to report hazardous materials to the local fire department, as required by local,
state and federal laws.
  Submit completed HMIS forms to fireprevention@macomb-mi.gov.

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Station #1
19925 23 Mile Road
Phone: (586) 286-0027
Fax: (586) 286-0589
Station #2
17800 21 Mile Road
Phone: (586) 286-0030
Fax: (586) 286-2453
Station #3
47711 North Avenue
Phone: (586) 949-2138
Fax: (586) 949-5269
Station #4
16820 25 Mile Road
Phone: (586) 677-1262
Fax: (586) 677-1385
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Why does my smoke alarm sound when it’s cold outside?
Your smoke alarm may sound when it’s very cold outside, or if a door adjacent to a heated area is opened, like in an entryway.  This is due to condensation (water vapor) in the detection chamber.
The sensor is a particle sensing device, when water condenses in the sensor the unit will go into alarm.  The operating temperature of a smoke alarm is between 40 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit
(4-38 degrees Celsius).  If the unit is in a garage or attic, you should consider replacing it with a heat
alarm which is not affected by condensation. 

Guide to Calling 9-1-1

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http://www.sparky.org/ Kids Fire Safety:
For fire safety games and learning tools visit Sparky the Fire Dog at Sparky.org

To watch National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) videos
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