October is Fire Safety Month
October is National Fire Safety Month. Practicing a fire escape drill can mean the difference between life and tragedy, especially when it only takes a few minutes for a flame to engulf a house. Alarmingly, only 28 percent of families with children under the age of 12 have conducted a home fire drill, according to the 2011 Liberty Mutual Insurance Fire Safety Study. The study also found that more than a third of parents (38 percent) have never created or discussed a fire escape plan with their family.
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The City of Spencer has over 100 years of rich history since its incorporation in 1903. Spencer is a historic, beautiful and diverse community located just east of the North Canadian River, located in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, which is part of the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area. Spencer is approximately ten miles from Downtown Oklahoma City and shares borders with the City of Jones, City of Nicoma Park, and the City of Midwest City. Spencer gives businesses, residents, and tourists the unique experience of country-style living while offering easy access to main thoroughfares and the bustling excitement of downtown Oklahoma City.
Spencer city government provides many important services including Police and Fire protection , Water and Sewer , Street Maintenance, Solid Waste Management services and Code Enforcement. As a result of a long-time philosophy of innovation, the Spencer government leads the way in providing services in the most efficient ways possible.
The residents of Spencer can be assured that the Spencer City Council, staff, and I are proactive in taking steps to maintain and improve the quality of life for our residents. The community we have does not happen by accident. Positive accomplishments are realized by the combined efforts of your dedicated City Council, Citizen Advisory Commissions, Community Organizations, Residents, and Spencer employees. You can be assured that together we can continue to work to make our community a special place.
We are happy to have you as a part of the community.
Earnest D.W. Ware, I