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Why do you flow test hydrants?
Fire hydrants are flowed at least once a year in Maryville and its protection district. This is done to flush the water mains, to determine available water pressure for firefighting purposes, and to identify problems with the system for repair. Testing occurs during the spring and summer months.

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1. Can I get a fire station tour?
2. Why do you flow test hydrants?
3. How can I become a firefighter?
4. How can I get a child seat inspected or installed?
5. What can I burn? What restrictions apply?
6. Where do I get a burn permit? Is there a fee involved?
7. How can I become a part-time firefighter?
8. Does the Fire Department clean chimneys?
9. What can I do if my tap water is discolored?
10. How can I prevent my pets from starting fires, and how can I keep them safe in the event of a fire?

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