Loudoun County residents can learn more about the community’s first responders at the 11th annual open house scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 23 at the Dulles South Public Safety Center.
Representatives from Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and Loudoun County Fire and Rescue and several of the county’s emergency response vehicles will be on hand.
Guided tours of the safety center, which opened in 2007 and was the first Loudoun County combined Fire-Rescue and Law Enforcement station, will be available.
Residents will be able to meet executive staff of the LCSO and LCFR.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Some of the highlighted activities and displays include:
- Fire and life safety trailer demo’s to include home escape planning and potential hazards in the home
- Fire and rescue apparatus to include the fire engine, tower/ladder truck, ambulance and hazardous materials response vehicles
- Loudoun-Dulles Lodge 69, Fraternal Order of Police Paddy Wagon
- Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office vehicles and equipment
- Loudoun County Animal Services
- “Put a finger On It” smoke alarm program informational center
- Helicopter Flyover from the Fairfax County Police Department (about 12:30 p.m., weather permitting)
- Moon bounce
- Various other interactive activities highlighting public safety
The Dulles South Public Safety Center, at 25216 Loudoun County Parkway in Chantilly, provides substantial public safety services to the community. The station also offers a community room available for public use to local non-profit organizations.
For more information, loudoun.gov/civicalerts.aspx?AID=4329