|To the residents of Bensenville and visitors to the website, welcome to the Bensenville Fire Protection District #2! All of us at the Bensenville Fire Protection District, on behalf of the Board of Trustees, are pleased that you are taking the time from your day to visit our site and allowing us to serve you. Thank you for your support.Our primary objective is to provide the highest skilled response to our residents in times of need. We are ever-challenged with the task of improving upon the Fire, Emergency Medical Services, and Specialized Rescue that we provide, and will be there whenever the need arises.The members of Bensenville Fire Protection District are committed to the oath of continuously providing courteous, professional, well-prepared Fire and EMS services, made possible through the commitment of our very brave firefighters and medics. We strive to make the Bensenville Fire Protection District a better and safer place in which to live, work, and visit.On behalf of our Trustees, Officers and Firefighters, thank you again for the privilege of serving you!If I can be of any additional service to you, please contact me at Fire Station 1. The phone number is 630-350-3441.Sincerely,Chief Michael Spain|
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|Our children are our most valuable possessions. The Bensenville Fire Protection District has certified technicians that will check the installation of your car seat. Please not that our technicians will not do the actual installation of the car seat. We are available by appointment only and a 72 hour notice is required. Please email email@example.com with your contact information or call us at 630-350-3441 to schedule an appointment with one of our technicians.|
|The Bensenville Firefighters would like to thank everyone for their contribution to supporting IAFF MDA . Thank you all for your continued support.|
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