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LSFD Assists National Association of Pupil Transportation with Burning Bus Demonstration

LSFD Assists National Association of Pupil Transportation with Burning Bus Demonstration

LSFD Assists National Association of Pupil Transportation with Burning Bus Demonstration
This past Saturday the Lee’s Summit Fire Department partnered with the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) and the Lee’s Summit R7 School District to demonstrate how quickly smoke and fire can engulf a school bus, and how long can it take to evacuate a student-filled bus, with or without seat belts involved. Nearly 300 NAPTconference attendees were on hand at Lee’s Summit Fire Station #7 to witness the demonstration. In order...
LSFD Releases 2018-2023 Strategic Plan

LSFD Releases 2018-2023 Strategic Plan

LSFD Releases 2018-2023 Strategic Plan
The Lee’s Summit Fire Department is pleased to announce the release of the 2018-2023 Lee's Summit Fire Department Strategic Plan. This community –driven document is based on community and membership input designed to provide long-term direction and focus to the organization. The external and internal stakeholders’ groups did an outstanding job revisiting the Department’s foundation (Mission, Values, and Vision) and setting forth a...
Three New Recruits Join LSFD

Three New Recruits Join LSFD

Please welcome our newest Recruit Firefighters who began their career with the Lee's Summit Fire Department this past week. Introducing Recruit Firefighter Landon Kleinschmidt, Recruit Firefighter Zachary Oslica, and Recruit Firefighter Matthew Stubbs. We are glad to have you join our family! LSFD PRIDE!

Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm Due to Potential Safety Risk

Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm Due to Potential Safety Risk

Kidde announced on March 21, that it is recalling certain combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms that may of had a protective cap left in place during the manufacturing process, which could compromise the smoke alarms’ ability to detect smoke.