Carbon Monoxide Detectors

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    Taxonomy Code: JR-8400.1400

    Programs that pay for or provide carbon monoxide detection devices which can be installed in homes and apartments, especially in areas close to sleeping quarters. The devices may run on household current or batteries and sound an alarm when concentrated amounts of carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless, tasteless and toxic gas produced as a by-product of combustion, come into contact with the detector. Likely sources of carbon monoxide include fuel furnaces, gas water heaters, fireplaces, woodstoves, unvented kerosene and gas space heaters, gas dryers, charcoal grills, yard maintenance equipment and exhaust from automobile or other vehicles in attached garages.

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    Fire Department - City of PuebloProvides citizens with protection from fire, enforcement of laws, ordinances, and regulations relating to fire prevention and fire safety, and other related functions to insure public safety and minimize loss of life and property damage. A new program performed by the City of Pueblo Fire Department is now in effect to provide carbon monoxide and smoke detectors to citizens of qualified low income status.Pueblo CountyPueblo Fire DepartmentCity of Pueblo
    Fire Services / Fort Lupton Fire Protection DistrictProvides public education and prevention programs for the community, in addition to completing Juvenile Fire Setter evaluations, inspections of businesses, investigations of fires, and overseeing the storage and handling of hazardous materials. Also provides smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and free gun locks to families in need.Weld CountyFort Lupton Fire Protection DistrictFort Lupton Fire Protection District
    Senior Assistance Program - Partnership for Age-Friendly CommunitiesProvides specific grants for seniors who are referred by Larimer County Office on Aging, whose needs are not being met with the following issues: - Dental care - Eyeglasses - Limited prescriptions - Adult day care - Respite care - In-home assistance - Transportation - Handicapped equipment and home modifications - Home repairsLarimer CountyPartnership for Age-Friendly CommunitiesPartnership for Age-Friendly Communities

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