Blood Pressure Screenings
The Highland Park Fire Department is available to help residents monitor their blood pressures. Please stop in any fire station Monday - Friday from 7 AM until 12 PM and 2 PM until 4 PM and our staff will be happy to assist you.
Child Safety Seat Installation
The Highland Park Fire Department has five Certified Car Seat Technicians on staff. The Technicians can answer questions about car seats, give suggestions about where to place a child seat in a vehicle, advise what type of seat is needed for your child and teach you how to install your child's car seat. A Car Seat Technician can also inspect your car seat, and assist in reinstalling if it is not installed correctly. Due to the nature of our work, we can only inspect car seats by appointment. This service is provided free of charge for Highland Park residents only and proof of residency is required at the time of your appointment.
To schedule an appointment, please call 847.433.3110 or email email@example.com. You can expect your appointment to last 30 minutes or longer.
Illinois State Law
View the Child Passenger Protection Act.
Community Fire Academy
The CFA is an 8-week program that provides participants with an experiential learning experience to better understand the work performed by firefighters on a daily basis. Training includes an introduction to the Highland Park Fire Department and the Fire Service, fire prevention, fire investigations, public education, and a tour of the Dispatch Center. In addition, participants will learn about self-contained breathing apparatus, engine and truck company operations, vehicle extrication, and emergency medical services, dive, technical rescues, hazardous materials, and live fire training.
For 2024, the Community Fire Academy will begin in the fall. Dates to be determined.
For additional information, contact Firefighter/Paramedic Chris Gottschalk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847.432.0801.
The City of Highland Park is to proud offer Heartsaver® CPR-AED or BLS CPR-AED courses. These are a three-hour, one-day class that covers CPR, AED use, and choking for adults, children, and infants.
Participants who successfully complete the course will receive an electronic card by the American Heart Association; an email address must be provided. There is a $50 program fee; payment is required two weeks in advance to secure the spot, and reschedules/refunds are not available.
For more information, call 847.433.3110 or email email@example.com.
Upcoming CPR Training Dates:
Tuesday, April 16, 2024 at 9 AM
My Medical Information
The Highland Park Fire Department is pleased to provide free My Medical Information kits to the senior citizens, those with special needs, and others within the City may need them. The kit consists of a red plastic pouch with a magnetic back and is intended to be attached to an individual's refrigerator. Inside the pouch is a cardboard pamphlet that an individual can use to write down his or her personal information, emergency contacts, medications, allergies, medical conditions, and advanced directives. Paramedics can use this vital information when providing emergency care.
To obtain your free My Medical Information Kit, please contact Public Education Officer John Brens at 847.433.3110 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide your name and mailing address, and he will mail you a kit. You may also stop by the Headquarters Fire Station at 1130 Central Avenue to pick one up.
NEW - Stop The Bleed
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