Vehicle crashes remain number one cause of death for children ages 2-14 in the United States. Making sure your child is safely restrained while riding in a vehicle could help prevent serious injury or even death.
Community Emergency Response Team
CERT is an all-hazard, all-risk training program designed to teach you how to protect yourself, your family, your neighbors, and your community during a disaster situation.
The Fire District hosts several events throughout the year, including the popular Annual Pancake Breakfast. We also attend many community events throughout the year. See what we have coming up next!
Fire Extinguisher Training
Hands-on fire extinguisher training is available for businesses and community groups in the Fire District’s service area. Put out a real fire using the PASS technique.
Fire Prevention Presentations
Fire District personnel will speak about public safety issues at homeowners' association meetings, neighborhood meetings, or other venues.
Fire Prevention for Kids
Kids can learn to be fire safe through our interactive programs and online learning resources. It’s never too soon to learn how to be fire safe!
When someone suffers cardiac arrest, every second counts. The longer a patient goes without CPR, the less likely their chance of survival. Learn the two steps that could save a life!
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, school classes, community groups, and individuals are welcome to schedule a tour a fire station and see where the firefighters eat, sleep, study and train while on-duty.