Fire Department Helps with Local Heat Relief Program

Communications Director

Eric Vreeland
evreeland@knoxvilletn.gov
(865) 215-3480

400 Main St., Room 654A
Knoxville, TN 37902

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Fire Department Helps with Local Heat Relief Program

Posted: 08/13/2010
Beginning August 15 through September 30, the Knoxville Fire Department will participate in a joint effort with Knox County CAC Local Heat Relief program to provide drop off locations so fans may be distributed to people in need during these hottest days of summer.

Knoxville/Knox County Community Action Committee has provided fans to people in need for over twenty years in the Knoxville community. Beginning August 15th it will now be easier for donations to be made by providing multiple drop off locations. Area fire stations will be accepting new fans between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. any day of the week.

Below are the addresses of those locations.

Fire Station #1
600 Summit Hill Dr.

Fire Station #3
204 E. Baxter Ave.

Fire Station #4
2300 Linden Ave.

Fire Station #5
419 Arthur Street

Fire Station #6
3925 Holston Drive

Fire Station #7
1216 New York Ave.

Fire Station #9
1625 Highland Ave.

Fire Station #10
2911 Sevier Ave.

Fire Station #11
2600 Whittle Springs Rd.

Fire Station #12
4620 Old Kingston Pike

Fire Station #13
4701 Chapman Highway

Fire Station #14
5400 Central Ave.

Fire Station #15
5301 Jacksboro Pike

Fire Station #16
5102 Asheville Highway

Fire Station #17
4804 Oak Ridge Highway

Fire Station #18
610 Weisgarber Rd.

Fire Station #20
200 Portsmouth Rd.

Fire Station #21
245 Perimeter Park
Contact: For additional information D.J. Corcoran 740-9926