During periods of extreme heat conditions, extra precaution should be taken to ensure the safety of older adults, infants and children, as well individuals who participate in outdoor activities or those who are sensitive to the heat. High temperatures mean an increased risk of heat exhaustion, heat cramps or sunstroke.
On May 23, the Culver City Fire Department sent a brush clearance letter to all community members residing in moderate, severe and very high fire hazard severity zones in Culver City.
Where can I learn CPR?
How do I ensure I have installed my child’s car seat properly?
Fire extinguishers--does the fire department service them?
No, but you may contact the Fire Prevention Division at (310) 253-5925 for the latest information on state-approved and Culver City-approved contractors.
Smoke Alarms--how often should I change the batteries?
You should change your batteries twice a year and we recommend you change them each time you set your clocks for standard time and daylight saving time.
Carbon Monoxide--what is it and what do I need to do about it?
Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is produced from heaters, fireplaces, furnaces, and many types of appliances and cooking devices. It can also be produced from vehicles that are idling. Click
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Senate bill 183, also known as the "Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act," requires that a carbon monoxide (CO) device be installed in all dwelling units intended for human occupancy.
Carbon Monoxide detecting devices should be installed outside each sleeping area of the home. More FAQs