- May 22 Franklin storm ETA 7:32 PM https://t.co/izV4IXSD4P
- May 22 Smoke alarms, escape plans & fire sprinklers are a complete system of home fire safety. #AskForHomeFireSprinklers… https://t.co/cvB7TMXb5J
- May 22 Thanks to @franklintnpd Officer Tori Hutchinson who put out an oven fire yesterday in Yorktown! (Then posed with th… https://t.co/R1QbuAp8tq
- May 21 Most fire deaths happen at home. If you plan to build a new home, ask for fire sprinklers. #homefiresprinklerweek https://t.co/M69cE8OMDM
- May 20 Watch Firefighter Brittany Greenlee read "A Fire Truck Named Red" by Randall de Sève as a guest reader for @wcpltn… https://t.co/gMUg1nuh4h
Keep Giving Tuesday Local – Support the Franklin Firefighters' 11th Annual Christmas Toy & Clothing Drive!
New, unwrapped gifts and monetary donations accepted at all Franklin Fire Station locations and City Hall through Friday, December 7th
Franklin, TN – Looking for a local way to keep Giving Tuesday local? Support the Franklin Firefighters' 11th Annual Christmas Toy & Clothing Drive!
The gift requests of more than 300 Williamson County children are adorning the holiday fire hydrant displays outside all Franklin fire station locations and Franklin City Hall. Stop by today with your family on Giving Tuesday to select a gift request card from one of the displays. Purchase the single item requested on the card. Return new, unwrapped gifts with the card attached to a fire station or City Hall by Friday, December 7th.
The Franklin Firefighters’ Toy & Clothing Drive has provided coats, clothes, shoes and toys to hundreds of children each year since 2008, according to Franklin Fire Engineer Jon Krawcyk. The recipients are identified by representatives of the Williamson County Chapter of the Boys and Girls Club of Middle Tennessee who work with other charities to prevent duplication of efforts.
Monetary donations are also accepted at all collection stations. Checks should be made payable to Franklin Firefighters Charities. All contributions are tax deductible.
For more information, please contact the Franklin Fire Department at (615) 791-3270 or visit www.FranklinFirefightersCharities.org
- City Hall – Franklin Fire Administration, 109 3rd Avenue South
- Station 1- 500 New Highway 96 West
- Station 2 - 907 Murfreesboro Road
- Station 3 - 298 Mallory Station Road
- Station 4 - 2039 Fieldstone Parkway
- Station 5 - 215 Noah Drive
- Station 6 - 1061 Cool Springs Boulevard
- Station 7 – 4201 Long Lane
- Station 8 – 200 Front Street