Thank You

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We would like to take a moment to thank all of you that have continually supported us and would also like to extend an invitation to all those who don’t know us to become a member of our department.

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Become a Firefighter

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Lot's of rewarding work.

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In order to help you, we need your support.

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Fire Safety Tips

Fire Prevention Tips Wildland Fire Prevention Considerations • Keep a 30ft area around your home free of debris and leaf build up • Always maintain strong supervision of burn piles outside when burning, never leave them unattended • Keep a garden hose ready to extend out if a small fire gets away from you • Avoid burning on dry windy days, if the flag is flying straight out, don’t burn • Don’t store firewood on your porches where they can catch embers and begin to burn • Remove dead foliage that is located near your house • In short, minimize ignition sources and combustibles around your house Home Safety • Store cleaning agents, prescription medications and other potential poisons high out of children’s reach • Keep combustible items away from heating sources in your home • Store matches and lighters where children can’t find them • Keep a fire extinguisher near your kitchen and check it regularly to make sure it is still good • Always burn candles as recommended by their manufacturer and extinguish before leaving your home • Minimize electrical strips with too many cords hooked up to them • Clean out your chimney every year • And most importantly, install and maintain smoke detectors in your home changing the battery every 6 months Common fire sources are • Unattended burn piles • Trash burning • Unattended cooking • Electrical outlets that are either overloaded or have combustibles against them • Candles • Space heaters • Matches and lighters with children • Clogged chimneys

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