The Little Rock-Fox Fire Protection District’s Senior Citizen Knox-Box Program is designed to provide Knox-Box key safes for senior residents in the Little Rock-Fox district.
The Knox-Box rapid entry system is a secure emergency access program developed for property owners and fire departments. When a fire breaks out or there is a medical emergency, Knox products allow immediate entry into buildings and property without forced entry damage or delay. Each Knox-Box in the district is keyed to a single master key controlled by the fire district.
The Knox Company has been manufacturing high security key boxes, key vaults, armored cabinets, key switches, padlocks, master key retention devices and locking fire department connection (FDC) caps since 1975. This proven rapid entry system reduces response time, property damages and the liability for lost keys. More than 10,000 first responders and the communities they serve depend on Knox products and services. The Little Rock-Fox Senior Citizen Knox-Box Program is designed to assist seniors who need the services of the district, whether it is for fire or medical emergencies only. Fire district employees will not access the keys inside the safe for non-emergency situations, even for the owner of the building containing the key safe.
The program is open to all district residents 65 years of age and older. The fire district will supply and install key safes for citizens. Residents interested in participating in the Little Rock-Fox Senior Citizen Knox-Box Program should complete a request form. For additional information on the program, obtain a request form, or make a donation to the program, please call the Little Rock-Fox FPD at (630) 552-3311.