Local government | July 5, 2016
This Wednesday during the City’s last Council meeting before summer break, Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services (MFES) will officially receive $36,290 worth of combination smoke/carbon monoxide alarms through Project Zero.
Project Zero is a public education campaign executed through Enbridge and the Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council. The two organizations team up annually to provide select fire departments in the Enbridge service area with combination carbon monoxide/smoke alarms to be delivered to high risk individuals in their communities.
The goal of Project Zero is to reduce the number of residential fire and carbon monoxide-related deaths to zero.
This year, MFES will receive 660 Kidde worry-free combination alarms with a retail value of approximately $36,290. MFES will distribute the alarms as part of their Home Safe Home campaign which is currently underway.
A deputation followed by a group photo with representatives from MFES, Enbridge and the Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council
Council Chamber (located at the Civic Centre, 2nd Floor)
300 City Centre Dr.
Wednesday, July 6, 2016 after 9 a.m.
Communications Advisor, Community Services
City of Mississauga
905-615-3200, ext. 3940