Adopt a Fire Hydrant Project for Eagle scouts

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This Project is meant for Eagle scouts.
Work with your local fire department to find out if they like this idea. Also find out what requirements they have for painting of hydrants.
Map out locations of all fire hydrants.
Convince local citizens to adopt a fire hydrant close to their home. They take responsibility to keep it painted, clear of debris, and clear of snow in winter. Depending on local regulations, they may customize the painting done.
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 Mar 11, 2013 - Michael
This is a wonderful idea.I am currently searching for an eagle scout project. My mother and i have pondered the idea for a while to paint all the fire hydrants in town. We liked the idea, but it was way to much work. Sometimes the answer is right in front of your face. I guess that's why it's always good to have another's opinion. Thanks again.

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