The Fire Safety House, located on the third floor of Anderson Public Library, is an interactive teaching tool designed to help educate children about the dangers of fire, fire prevention, and the safety precautions to take if a fire breaks out. The Fire Safety House features a classroom on the ground floor and a large bedroom upstairs decorated to look like a child’s room. Since the house was dedicated in 1994, thousands of children have visited and learned about fire safety and prevention.
Deputy Chief Kelly, Anderson Fire Department
- Work Phone: (765) 648-6624
- Cell Phone: (765) 610-7701