BAKER, La. (AP) — The Baker Fire Department is using a federal grant for an ambitious fire safety project — outfitting every home in the city with a fire extinguisher and combination smoke and carbon monoxide detector.

Fire Chief Danny Edwards says he applied for a Federal Emergency Management Agency Fire Prevention and Safety Grant in January and found out the agency was awarded $115,000 for the project in September.

City officials say they ordered 3,000 fire extinguishers and 3,000 of the combination detectors.

The city of Baker has a population of just under 15,000 with close to 5,000 households.

Edwards said the ultimate goal is to have every home in the city outfitted with a fire extinguisher and smoke and carbon monoxide detector by no later than September 2014.