An open house is planned from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at Clark County Fire Station 14, 3260 Topaz St.
The Southern Nevada Immunization & Health Coalition is set to offer free immunizations, vision and dental screenings, and multiple organizations plan to be on hand to provide information and answer questions. Attendees will receive information about injury prevention, fire safety and drowning prevention.
The Clark County Fire Department hosts open houses with community partners every other month on Saturdays at different neighborhood fire stations so the public can obtain fire, drowning prevention and other life-safety information.
The next open house is scheduled for noon-3 p.m. Oct. 13 at Mount Charleston Fire Station 81, 25 Ski Chalet Place.
Participants at this weekend’s open house are set to include the Southern Nevada Child Drowning Prevention Coalition, the Southern Nevada chapter of the American Red Cross, Nevada Child Seekers, McGruff the crime dog, Nevada Healthy Homes and staff members from the Clark County business license and district attorney’s offices. The Clark County Fire Department’s fire safety house, which teaches children how to get out of their homes safely in case of fire, also is to be included at the event.
For information visit clarkcountynv.gov.