The Pontiac Fire Department can provide presentations to all age groups pertaining to fire and life safety topics including:
- Carbon monoxide detectors
- Cooking safety
- Fire escape plans (residential and business)
- Proper use of a fire extinguisher
- Smoke detectors and other presentations upon request
Please contact the Pontiac Fire Department by calling (815) 842-3225 to schedule a presentation.
The Smoke house was originally built by the Pontiac Fire Department firefighters and funded by various agencies throughout Livingston County. The intent of the firehouse is to educate school-age children in how to evacuate their homes it catches on fire. In 2014, the original Safety House was retired and a new one was built. The new version is still used to educate children and now designed to do adult fire safety education.
The prop is utilized throughout Livingston County and is available upon request. Please contact the Pontiac Fire Department by calling (815) 842-3225 or your local Fire Department to schedule the Safety House.
Firehouses across the United States reflect the pride, tradition, and history of the fire service. Please, schedule an appointment with the Pontiac Fire Department and visit the city of Pontiac’s firehouse.
Highlights of the tour include:
- Demonstration of a Firefighter putting on their fire gear
- Explanation of the tools the department uses
- History of the fire department
- Tour of the fire apparatus
- Upon request the smoke house
All tours can be adapted to the appropriate age group. Please contact the Pontiac Fire Department by calling (815) 842-3225 to schedule your tour.