Open Burning Suspended Immediately
As Mayor for the City of Fairview Heights, I hereby implement an immediate ban
on open burning (Ordinance 190, Chapter 27, Section 27-1-45) due to the current
Covid-19 Pandemic. This ban includes all yard waste, leaves, brush, weeds, tree
trimmings, branches, shrubbery, and other foliage.
This order shall be effective from March 31, 2020 until the Governor’s Executive
Order for COVID-19 has been lifted.
Issued: March 31, 2020
Mark T Kupsky, Mayor
City of Fairview Heights.
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Have you downloaded the free FEMA App?
It is not only a terrific app for:
- weather alerts – you can receive alerts for 5 locations, allowing you to keep track of family
- disaster safety tips
- interactive emergency checklist
But, you can also use the app for fire safety reminders:
The latest version of the FEMA app is available for free in the App Store for Apple devices and Google Play for Android devices. The reminders are available in English and Spanish and are located in the “Prepare” section of the FEMA App.
Home Safety TipsEvery Home Should Have at Least One Working Smoke Alarm
Buy a smoke alarm at any hardware or discount store. It's inexpensive protection for you and your family. Install a smoke alarm on every level of your home. A working smoke alarm can double your chances of survival. Test it monthly, keep it free of dust and replace the battery at least once a year. Smoke alarms themselves should be replaced after ten years of service, or as recommended by the manufacturer.