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Mission Statement

Provide the resources necessary to prepare, prevent, and protect against the unexpected.
 

Information

For information about power outages and restoration times see the links below

 

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Need to report an outage? Text OUT to 26633 and get updates until the power is restored.

 

Did you Know?

Outdoor Warning sirens are designed to notify people outdoors and not indoors. To receive notification indoors you should have a weather radio which will notify you when severe weather is approaching. Weather radios can be purchase at any of the home improvement stores.



Grayslake Fire Protection District
Station 1 - Headquarters
160 Hawley Street
Grayslake, IL 60030
Ph. 847-223-8960
Fx. 847-223-8964
 
     
 

Welcome!

 

The Grayslake Fire Protection District services the communities of Grayslake, Wildwood, Gages Lake, Third Lake, Round Lake Park, Round Lake Beach, Highland Lake, Fremont Township, and unincorporated Lake County. The Grayslake Fire Protection District covers a total of 25 square miles and approximately 35,000 people.

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Minutes & Agenda's

Access the recent meeting minutes and upcoming agendas.

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Social Media

We are on Social Media. Find out why and learn more.

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CPR Classes

CPR Classes are held monthly at the Grayslake Fire Station #1.

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Fire Extinguisher Recycling

 

The Grayslake Fire Department is offering fire extinguisher recycling to the public (via Dependable Fire Equipment, Waukegan). Please drop off expired, used, or non-working extinguishers at Grayslake Fire Station 1.

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Smoke Detector Program

 

The Grayslake Fire Department, in conjunction with the Illinois Fire Safety Alliance and the Office of the State Fire Marshal, is offering free smoke alarms with installation (required to be done by the Grayslake Fire Department) to home owners in the Grayslake Fire District. For more information, please contact the Grayslake Fire Department (847-223-8960 or jimappleman@grayslakefire.com)

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Volunteers Needed!

 

Grayslake Fire Department is looking for volunteers to help with installing smoke alarms in connection with a free program for home owners in need.  (Retired firefighters - you can continue to contribute to your community!) The program is starting now; training and scheduling will be done as soon as possible. Background checks are required. If you can help, please contact Jim Appleman: 847-223-8960 or jimappleman@grayslakefire.com.



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