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Protect our Waterways with these Pressure Washing Tips

Although convenient for cleaning surfaces and equipment, pressure washing runoff can release contaminants into the storm system. Grease from food dumpster areas, sediment from driveways and walkways, and auto fluids from parking lots and drive-throughs mix with water and are carried to storm drains …Read More

Does a Charcoal Grill give off Carbon Monoxide?

Under circumstances of incomplete combustion and poorly ventilated spaces, charcoal briquettes can generate toxic concentrations of carbon monoxide (CO). The amount of charcoal briquettes required to produce toxic concentrations of CO is quite small — about the amount normally used in conventional barbecues. The …Read More

Time for some Safe Fun on the Water

  There’s nothing quite like spending the day on your boat with family and friends. Just be sure safety is foremost in your mind. From must-have safety gear to how to safely operate a boat, check out these important boating safety tips: Be prepared …Read More

Food & Personal Care Products Drive May 1-15

Please help support the Dublin Food Pantry by donating non-perishable, unopened, unexpired food & personal care items at the Township Administration Building (6200 Eiterman Rd. Dublin) in the entryway marked Town Hall (please do not drop off donations at the Fire Stations). Most needed …Read More

WTFD Hosts Blood Drive May 13

The Washington Township Fire Department is hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday, May 13 from 8 a.m. -2 p.m. at the Washington Township Administration Building located at 6200 Eiterman Road. If you sign-up to donate, you will receive a $10 e-gift card to …Read More

Open Burn Prohibited In March, April, May

Individuals that choose to conduct open burning in Ohio should be aware of rules and regulations that may affect them.  Following are several regulatory items to consider: Ohio Revised Code 1503.18 prohibits most open burning in unincorporated areas in March, April, May, October, and November …Read More

Spring Break Fire Safety Tips

Spring Break is just around the corner and everyone loves a good vacation. But if you are planning to be away for days or weeks, it’s important to make sure your home is safe. Fire safety is often the last thing people think about… …Read More

CANCELLED: The Greenest, Grandest Parade

The City of Dublin has cancelled “The Greenest, Grandest Parade”  for Saturday, March 12, 2022 due to weather. 2022 Schedule 7:30 – 11 a.m. | Pancake Breakfast Presented by the Dublin Lion’s Club Sells Middle School, 150 W. Bridge St. 9:30 a.m. | Balloon …Read More

Change the Clock, Change the Batteries

On Sunday March 13, states throughout the U.S. will turn their clocks forward for Daylight Savings Time. Many people will also use this opportunity to change their home’s smoke alarm batteries as well. Working smoke alarms are a critical element of home fire safety. …Read More

February is National Heart Month

February is National Heart Month, also a good time to remind everyone to take care of their heart and consider their risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Cardiac arrest claims thousands of lives every year. It’s also the perfect time to take training on how …Read More