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HEAT WAVE SAFETY CHECKLIST (Fire Chief, Craig Bronaugh)

Fire Chief Craig A. BronaughThe Role of the Maywood Fire Chief

The Maywood Fire Department Chief provides direction for all firefighting and fire-prevention activities in the Village of Maywood as well as Department responses to a broad range of emergency situations.

The Maywood Fire Department enjoys a long and distinguished tradition of service to the community. In recent years, the Department has become a vital participant in a Mutual Aid Response system, which facilitates coordinated coverage and responses to emergency situations by Fire Departments throughout Chicago's western suburbs.

The Department is currently guided by the leadership of Fire Chief Craig Bronaugh.

Governor Issues Disaster Proclamation

JB Pritzker, Governor of the State of Illinois, in the interest of aiding the people of Illinois and the local governments responsible for ensuring public health and safety issues a Gubernatorial Disaster Proclamation in response to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.

This Proclamation will assist Illinois agencies in coordinating State and Federal resources, including the Strategic National Stokcpile of medicines and protective equipment, to support local governments in preparation for any action that may be necessary related to the potential impact of COVID-19 in the State of Illinois.

For more information re the potential impact of COVID-19, go to the Fire Department webpage.

STATE HOTLINE FOR INFORMATION RELATED TO COVID-19 IS: (800) 889-3931

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DHS Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives


Coronavirus Update & Critical Links

for Leaders of Faith & Community Organizations

NOTE:  GENERAL QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO COVID-19 CAN BE DIRECTED TO THE LOYOLA HOSPITAL'S COVID-19 HOTLINE AT (708) 216-8300 BETWEEN THE HOURS OF MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 7AM - 3PM AND SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM 9AM TO 3PM

Maywood Fire Chief
Craig Bronaugh

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March 30, 2020

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NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION

The leading information and knowledge resource on fire, electrical and related hazards

- NEWS AND RESEARCH -


NFPA urges added caution around home fire safety during COVID-19 pandemic

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Fire Chief
Craig Bronaugh


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VILLAGE OF MAYWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THE

CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK AND SYMPTOMS

As of April 6, 2020

Coronavirus symptoms go beyond fever and cough.  The more detailed descriptions of the illness that are emerging show how doctors and researchers are still learning about the disease.

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Craig Bronaugh
Fire Chief

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printer-friendly Fire Station 1 Existing Facility Study

Sworn Personnel

1 Chief
6 Officers (3 Captains, 3 Lieutenants)
33 Firefighters
40 Total Sworn Personnel

Civilian Personnel

1 Fire Inspector
1 Administrative Assistant
2 Total Civilian Personnel

Emergency Vehicles  (See Newly Acquired Fire Dept. Ambulance)
 

3 Engines (2 Front Line Engines, 1 Reserve Engine)
1 Ladder Truck
3 Ambulances (2 Front Line and 1 Reserve)
1 Station Vehicle
1 Rescue Squad
1 Chief Car
1 Fire Inspector Car
11 Total Vehciles

Station Facilities

The Maywood Fire Department operates out of two locations. Station 1 is located at 700 St. Charles Road and Station 2 is located at 1220 South 17th Avenue.

Station 1 is the main firehouse containing the department administrative offices, fire prevention and education, fire inspection and training. The station is staffed with the shift commander and a minimum of four firefighters twenty-four hours a day. The department's administrative office is located at Station 1 and operates on an eight hour business day. Below is a list of the vehicles housed at Station 1.

1 Front Line Engine 507
1 Front Line Ladder Truck 502
1 Rescue Squad 525
1 Back Up Ambulance 508
1 Reserve Ambulance 501
1 Station Car 509
1 Division 20 Arson Van FI1
7 Total Vehicles  

Station 2 is staffed with one lieutenant/acting lieutenant and three firefighters. The chart below shows the number of vehicles housed at Station 2.

Vehicles Housed at Station 2

1 Front Line Engine 506
1 Reserve Engine 505
1 Front Line Ambulance 500
3 Total Vehicles  

Maps of Maywood Fire Stations

Maywood Fire Station No. 1
700 St. Charles Road
Maywood, IL 60153
Phone: 708-681-8860
708-450-74000
Maywod Fire Station #1
Maywood Fire Station No. 2
1220 S. 17th Avenue
Maywood, IL 60153
Phone: 708-450-7405
Maywood Fire Station #2

Contact Information

Main Number 708-450-7400
Fax 708-681-8840
South End 708-343-7780
Fire Chief  - Craig Bronaugh 708-681-8860
Fire Inspector (T. Parker) 708-681-8861
Clerk (T. Logan) 708-681-8860
Non-Emergency 708-343-5595
Fire Station #1 North End
7th & St. Charles Road
708-450-7400
Fire Station #2 South End
17th Avenue
708-450-7405


MAYWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT UPDATED INFORMATION: 

Newly Acquired Fire Department Ambulance
Fire Chief, Craig Bronaugh

Cook County Multi-Jurisdictional All Hazards Mitigation Plan
Maywood Fire Department
How Do Natural Disasters Affect You


Fire Department - Fire Hydrants


Information on "OPERATING SMOKE ALARMS"
(See attached flyer for more info)


FIRE DEPARTMENT - INFORMATION RE POWER OUTAGE:

Fire Hydrant Testing Notification
Any questions regarding the Fire Department's Flow Testing of Fire Hydrants can be directed to Maywood Fire Department Fire Station No. 1 at (708) 343-5595.

FIRE DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY PLANNING EVACUATIONS

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EXTREME HEAT INFORMATION - MAYWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT!!!

Extreme heat often results in the highest number of annual deaths among all weather-related hazards. In extreme heat, evaporation is slowed and the body must work extra hard to maintain a normal temperature. This can lead to death by overworking the human body.

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AN INFORMATIONAL AND TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS AND MUNICIPAL STAFF
FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 2019 @ 10:00 A.M.
VILLAGE OF BELLWOOD
3200 Washington Blvd.
Bellwood, IL 60104

Note: RSVP to Public Information Officer A. Malina: amalina@vil.bellwood.il.us