Saturday, February 27, 2021

Address Signs Could Help Save Lives in an Emergency

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Many rural Williams’s residents are risking their lives and property by not having their addresses plainly marked so that emergency personnel can find them quickly in the event of an emergency.

‚ÄúTimes have changed,‚ÄĚ said Williams Fire Department Office Manager, Kara Alvernaz, ‚Äúin the old days, the firefighters knew where everyone lived. We now have a lot of new residents and volunteers, and it can be difficult to locate addresses when they are not correctly marked.‚ÄĚ

The Williams Professional Firefighters Association now has green reflective address signs available to purchase for $20 each.

As a fund-raiser for the WPFA, the group hopes to take their rescue efforts even further.

‚ÄúThe signs will help with response time,‚ÄĚ said Williams Professional Firefighter, Paul Seaver, ‚Äúby increasing visibility we will be able to locate addresses faster.‚ÄĚ

The signs are made with a highly reflective coating that reflects headlights even in the poorest weather conditions, and are highly visible during daylight.

‚ÄúThe signs are custom made at the time of order,‚ÄĚ said Seaver, ‚Äúthey are generally made within a few minutes.‚ÄĚ

The signs can be attached to the residences rural mail boxes, fence post, or on a separate pole.

‚ÄúIf you are a senior citizen and need help obtaining an address sign, we have firefighters that are willing to lend a helping hand,‚ÄĚ said Alvernaz.

The signs can be purchased for $20 at the Williams Fire Department located at 810 ‚ÄėE‚Äô Street, or by calling (530) 473-2269.

Proceeds from sign sales will help aid the Williams Professional Fire Fighters Association.

 

 

 

 

Lloyd Green Jr, Editor
Lloyd Green Jr, Editorhttps://williamspioneer.com
Lloyd Green Jr. is the Owner and Publisher of the Williams Pioneer Review. He is dedicated in publishing the news and informing the community of Colusa County. Lloyd has been with the publication since 2008, and purchased the business in 2010. Under his ownership the newspaper has grown significantly in subscriptions, publishes weekly, and obtained the title of Newspaper of General Circulation by the Superior Court of Colusa County in Sept. 2017. Lloyd is also the director of advertising, classified manager, legal notice clerk, and circulation manager. To contact Lloyd, email him at lloyd@colusacountynews.net or call (530) 458-4141 ext. 100.

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