Some Bella Vista residents could get a knock on their door from a fireman Saturday, Nov. 9.
The Bella Vista Fire Department has once again partnered with the American Red Cross and the Bella Vista Lions Club for a smoke detector and fire preparedness education campaign in Bella Vista.
Starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, volunteers with the Lions Club and the Red Cross, along with BVFD personnel, will canvas homes in a specified area to check for working smoke detectors and deliver general fire preparedness information.
Personnel will begin at E. Chelsea Road and Lancashire Boulevard, and canvas homes along Chelsea Road and side streets south toward Riordan Road. Homes without smoke detectors or with malfunctioning or inadequate units will be provided up to three new smoke detectors, which will be installed on-site.