What's Your Number?
A public safety program spearheaded by Eagle Scout Candidate Jason Lucas

What's Your Number? is a public safety campaign launched by Troop 32 Scout Jason Lucas as his Eagle Scout Project.  Its purpose is to educate homeowners on the importance of maintaining visible, unobstructed house numbers so first responders can quickly arrive in an emergency.

The campaign will run Sept. 1 - Dec. 30, 2016 in cooperation with the Acton Police and Fire Departments. Please check YOUR home this fall to make sure your numbers are clear and up to date.  This page contains the laws and regulations regarding house numbering and tips for checking your home.  Please get in touch if you have any questions.


Pictured from left to right: Officer Jon Stackhouse, Eagle Scout Candidate Jason Lucas (Troop 32 Acton), and Firefighter Brent Carter. 

Clear and visible numbers on your home and mailbox help emergency services find you when seconds count.


Please contact us with questions

House Numbers

House numbers should be at least 3 inches tall, well lit, and near to your front door.

Don't forget your mailbox! Numbers should be on BOTH sides of mailbox. Faded or missing numbers should be replaced.