Fire Alarm Situation

As most of you know, the building alarms sounded multiple times this morning. While there’s some question about the first time, the later times were a problem with the system. The alarm company has been notified. The fire department has turned off the horns but is still connected to our fire warning system. All the same, residents should be aware that for the moment there is no audio alarm if there’s an issue in the building and a little extra attention is recommended. The flashing lights (lower levels only) and exhaust fans triggered by the system are currently still running. We hope to have this resolved ASAP.

2 thoughts on “Fire Alarm Situation”

    1. It was just the alarms in the basement and on the first and second floors that were going off. Last I checked, the lights were still flashing on those floors even if the horns have been disabled.

      On the other hand, for anyone on the first or second floors, if the red squawk box in the second floor hallway of your unit didn’t go off this morning, there may be a problem. In-unit alarm inspections are scheduled for late this month and should bring any faulty equipment to light.

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