SOUTH BELOIT FIRE DEPARTMENT
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Fall Open Burning Period
Oct 6-Nov 4, 2020
The open burning period in South Beloit will be October 6, 2020 has now been extended thru November 4, 2020, during the hours of 8:00 am till 6:00 pm.
Residents are allowed to burn yard waste on their own property. No treated lumber, trash or furniture allowed.
Fires are not permitted be to be left unattended at any point and participants should have water or other means of extinguishing the fire nearby. No burning is allowed after 6:00 pm.
For further information on the Burning Ordinance please visit City Ordinances page. Scroll down to Chapter 38 Fire Protection & Prevention, Section 38.7 Open Burning.
Halloween Trick or Treat Times & Safety Tips
WHEN: October 31, 2020 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
WHERE: City of South Beloit
Happy Halloween! The City of South Beloit’s official trick or treat time is 4:30-6:00pm p.m. on October 31
The city recommends following CDC Guidelines, or simply not participate in Trick or Treating activities.
City of South Beloit - News Release
Smoke Detector Program
The South Beloit Fire Department is helping residents in South Beloit make their families safer from the dangers of smoke and fire thanks to First Alert.
In June, First Alert, the most trusted brand in home safety, launch its "60 Years of Thank Yous" sweepstakes to mark the 60th anniversary of the company's founding. South Beloit Fire Department is one of 60 fire departments randomly selected from hundreds of entrants to win 60 smoke alarms to help with community risk reduction initiatives.
If you are having issues with a smoke detector in your home and it is not an emergency, please call the fire department non-emergency number at 815-389-3097 and we will come to your home with a new smoke detector free of charge. If you smell smoke or see fire, please exit your house immediately and call 911.