Erie Co. Sheriff Announces First of Many Car Seat Events.
Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard announces his office is hosting free car seat safety checks again. The agency will be hosting its first event at the Clarence Substation on April 11 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Parents and guardians are urged to practice COVID-19 protocols. There will be a limited number of seats checked due to social distancing and added safety measures, so people are encouraged to be patient and check the schedule for other nearby events.
The schedule through May 21:
ECSO Clarence Substation
5 Town Place
Clarence, NY 14031
ECSO Grand Island Substation
U-Crest Fire Hall
255 Clover Place
Cheektowaga, NY 14225
North Boston Fire Hall
ECSO Alden Substation
Depew, NY 14043
The Sheriff’s Office is implementing safety protocols for COVID-19.
Ü The occupants of the vehicle will need to complete a COVID questionnaire before the seat check;
Ü All eligible vehicle occupants must wear a mask or face covering;
Ü Driver and passengers must remain in the vehicle until called to the inspection station;
Ü All attendees must submit to temporal thermometer checks;
Ü Drivers and passengers will only exit the vehicle at the car seat inspection station;
Ü Everyone must practice social distancing guidelines.
The Sheriff’s Office and its community partners will announce additional dates as the information becomes available.
The agency is planning approximately twenty-seven car seat events between April 11 and September 25.