Residents took part in the Henderson Fire Department open house at Fire Station 98 on Saturday.
The City of Henderson holds an open house every month at a different fire station.
The City of Henderson started the open houses almost three years ago with the goal of better accommodating the public’s interest in their local fire stations according to city spokeswoman Kathleen Richards.
“We’ve had great success,” Richards said. “Even after three years we’ll still get several hundred people at each of our open houses.”
At the open house, visitors sat inside rescue vehicles, learned about CPR, took home keepsakes such as fire hats and more.
There are 10 fire stations in Henderson serving 310,000 residents.