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"I want to thank everyone who participated in the November general election. We are disappointed with the results, but we respect the decision of the voters. We will continue to provide the highest level of service within our budget. The next step is for staff to meet with the Board of Fire Commissioners to discuss how we plan to move forward. We welcome your participation in these discussions and will continue to report back to you."

Thank you, Fire Chief Mike Harris

What We Do

We provide fire and life safety services to up to 8,225 people over 205 square miles. We rely on full-time and volunteer emergency personnel who respond to an average of 780 calls per year – of which 50 percent are for emergency medical service (EMS). In 2022, we responded to a record 804 calls.

Our firefighters and emergency medical personnel are trained to provide the following services:

  • Fire suppression and prevention

  • Wildland fire suppression

  • EMS

  • Technical rescue

  • Hazardous material spills

  • Vehicle accidents and extrication

  • Life safety education programs

We operate under a balanced budget and have passed all our financial and accountability audits by the state.

FAQ Card

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Q&A News Release

Read about the upcoming Q&A sessions in October for the Levy Lid Lift. 

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Fire Chief Mike Harris welcomes invitations to speak at local service organizations, community groups or homeowner associations. He can provide an overview of the fire district, the proposed lid lift, and answer any questions your members may have.


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