Campbellsburg

Fire and Rescue

Locations

Station 1

Physical Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 1
8118 Main Street
Campbellsburg, KY 40011

Mailing Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 1
PO Box 89
Campbellsburg, KY 40011

Emergency Dial 911
Phone: (502) 532-7331
Fax: (502) 532-7991


Station 2

Physical Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 2
8140 Port Royal Rd
Turners Station, KY 40075

Mailing Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 2
8140 Port Royal Rd
Turners Station, KY 40075

Emergency Dial 911
Phone: (502) 947-5621


Station 3

Physical Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 3
301 Wooded Hills Rd
Pendleton, KY 40055

Mailing Address:
Campbellsburg Fire and Rescue Station 3
301 Wooded Hills Rd
Pendleton, KY 40055

Emergency Dial 911
Phone: (502) 743-0836


 

IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 911
  • In case of fire go to your neighbor’s home to call.
  • Teach your children how to get emergency help.

 

 

FIREWORKS ARE DANGEROUS
  • Even sparklers, which burn as hot as 1200 degrees F (649 C), cause thousands of injuries to children each year.
  • Attend professional displays and leave fireworks to the
    technicians who are trained to use them

 

 

USE ELECTRICITY SAFELY
  • Don’t overload extension cords or run them under rugs.
  • Replace any cord that is cracked or frayed. If an appliance smokes or has an unusual smell, unplug it and have it repaired by a professional.
  • Use the proper size fuses in your fuse box.

 

 

CRAWL LOW UNDER SMOKE
  • If you encounter smoke on your way out of a fire, use an alternate way out instead.
  • If you must escape through smoke, crawl low under the smoke to your exit.

 

 

STOP, DROP, AND ROLL
  • If your clothes catch on fire, stop where you are, drop to the
    ground, cover your face with your hands and roll over and over to
    smother the flames.

 

 

WORKING SMOKE DETECTORS SAVE LIVES
  • Install them on every level of your home and outside each sleeping area.
  • Test them monthly and install new batteries before they go bad.

 

 

 

COOKING SAFELY PREVENTS FIRES
  • Always Keep an eye on food while being heated.
  • Keep young children away from appliances when cooking.
  • Dress appropriately for cooking.
  • Turn handles on pots inward.
  • Keep the stove-top clean and clear.
  • Monitor hot oil carefully and heat it slowly.
  • Always have pot holders and lids at the ready when cooking.
  • Have a rated fire extinguisher near the kitchen – preferably between you and the way out.  Learn how to use it.

 

 

CHIMNEY FIRES
  • Use seasoned woods only.
  • Build smaller, hotter fires.
  • Never burn cardboard boxes, wrapping paper, trash or Christmas trees.
  • Install stovepipe thermometers to help monitor flue temperatures where wood stoves are in use.
  • Have the chimney inspected and cleaned on a regular basis