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Online smoke/CO scheduling offered

In the town’s ongoing efforts to reduce paper and increase efficiency, the Fire Department is moving to a paperless system to schedule Smoke/CO inspections. Inspections of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are required when homes are sold.

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Appointments can be made now for dates March 16 and later.

“The online system should make it easier for realtors and home owners to make appointments while reducing the workload of the administrative staff,” said Fire Chief Kevin Kelley in a town news release.  “While we anticipate an adjustment period, we have thoroughly tested this online tool and find it to be advantageous to both the public and the Arlington Fire Department.”

Online appointments can be made now for March 16 and later at www.arlington.a.gov/fire. For appointments prior to March 16 please continue to call (781) 316-3800.

If anyone has any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Deputy Chief Ryan Melly either by email, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or by phone, (781) 316-3803. 


This news announcement was published Monday, March 9, 2020.

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