Programs & Events

Safe Haven Baby Box: 

The box is located on the south side of the station's main entrance. It allows a mother to surrender her newborn infant up to 30 days old with 100 percent anonymity. Each box includes heating and cooling features, a sophisticated alarm system, and a soft white light.


This program was started to provide the Danville Fire Department with a secured access key to a building or a residence. With this key, we can enter your building with minimal damage to investigate emergencies. If anyone is interested in more information about this program contact us. You can also click on the button below to purchase a unit. Once you have placed your order we will receive notification and process the approval request. Buy Now 

Project Lifesaver is a proactive response to identify those individuals within the community who have a tendency to wander away from their caretakers. This program consists of a small radio transmitter that the client wears on their wrist or ankle. Each transmitter has a frequency that is unique to the client. They can then be tracked by receiving equipment that highly trained emergency responders use.

Project Lifesaver Hendricks County was formed in January 2008. Several members of Brownsburg Fire Territory received the specialized training needed to use the tracking equipment, and within the first 6 months of operation had 8 clients from the Avon, Brownsburg, and Danville areas. Today there are over 60 clients enrolled and numerous agencies and individuals in the Hendricks County area trained in the use of the locating equipment.

If you would like more information about this program please contact us. We look forward to talking with you more about Project Lifesaver.

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