Fire Rescue FAQ
Two companies in Sheridan provide fire extinguisher services:
- Sheridan Fire Equipment-Service Professional’s LLC
(307) 751-2118 or (307) 752-3681
- Western Extinguisher Service & Sales
(307) 672-7921 or (307) 751-3329
Come to our office during business hours with the date and location of the fire. An Information Request Form will be filled out and you will need to sign the form. There is a minimum charge of $2.00 for up to five pages and 50 cents for each additional page.
At least three companies in Sheridan provide fireplace inspection services:
- Agray’s – (307) 672-5322
- Bob’s Super Clean (307) 672-6512
- Ramsey Enterprises (307)684-7768
Sheridan Fire-Rescue offers both CPR and First Aid classes approximately once per month. Call (307) 674-7244 for dates and times of classes. We have several levels of classes available, so let us know whether you are recertifying, a new student, or in the medical field.
Call 674-7244 and ask for a Car Seat Technician and then a date and time will be set for you to bring in your child so the seat can be inspected and adjusted if necessary.
Smoke detectors are given to those citizens who qualify as low-income, single parents, senior citizens, disabled citizens, and anyone else who needs assistance. Come to 151 South Scott Street and fill out a form prior to receiving a smoke detector. Disabled persons may call 674-7244 and ask for assistance.
Smoke detectors shall be installed in accordance with the installation instructions. Detectors should be placed in each sleeping room and in the common area outside of the sleeping rooms. At least (1) detector should be placed on every level of the home.
Carbon monoxide detectors shall be installed in accordance with the installation instructions. CO detectors should be placed in a neutral air space away from corners or dead air spaces and should be audible from sleeping areas. They should not be placed directly over air vents or fueled appliances.
Open burning shall be conducted in accordance with the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) requirements by calling 672-6457. Open burning is allowed in the County as long as the owner calls 672-2413 the day of the prescribed burn and let us know the name, address, phone number, and what is being burned. The County Commissioners may impose burn restrictions related to hazardous conditions. If these restrictions are in place, then any burning will need to be authorized by the Chief of the fire jurisdiction. For restrictions, please call the County Commissioners at 674-2900.
EMT Classes are usually held once a year within the County. Please call 674-7244 for further information.
Come to our office during business hours with the date of service and location of call. Per HIPAA Rules and Regulations, patient reports will not be released without written authorization from patient themselves. There is a minimum charge of $2.00 for up to five pages and 50 cents for each additional page.
Fire Rescue Documents
- Shift Personnel Emails
- SFR-Org Chart
- Residential Safety Guidelines
- Picture Board 2015
- HIPPA-Protected Health Information
- Fire-Rescue Qualifications
- Fire Watch Form (2)
- Employee Benefits for Firefighter
- Day Care Insp Form
- Commercial Occupancy Pre-inspection Checklist
- 2012 Chapter 11 - Fire Standards for Child Care Centers and Family Child Care Centers - Education Classification (Group E)
- 2012 Chapter 10 - Fire Standards for Family Child Care Home - Residential Classificationl