Our Services and Operational Documents

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  OUR SERVICES

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WHO WE ARE - A team of compassionate, honest, and dedicated professionals committed to serving the fire and life safety needs of our community.

5 Career Stations with 63 Sworn Personnel
8 Volunteer Fire Departments
with 34 Volunteers
12 Fire Stations and 4 Support Facilites
5,500 calls annually, 87% medically related covering 675 square miles
(96% of Douglas County)

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  HOW WE DELIVER SERVICES AND WHERE

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STANDARDS OF COVER

The Standard of Cover is a fire and EMS service industry benchmark used to assist us in ensuring an effective all-risk response. It measures risks within our community and compares them with our services as well as proposing modification to our services to provide more effective, efficient, safe and cost effective responses. It was adapted in 2017. Some of our response goals:

    Turn Out Time: 60 seconds

    Life Threats:   Advanced Life Support On Scene - 8 minutes, 90% of the time
    Transport Ambulance On Scene - 12 minutes, 90% of the time

    Fire: Water Carrying Apparatus On Scene - 8 minutes, 90% of the time
    Effective Firefighting Force within 20 minutes, 90% of the time

New Interactive Map of Our District

  OTHER SERVICES AND INFORMATION

EMS Standby

Integrated Healthcare

  FORMS & OTHER DOCUMENTS

EMS Stand By Service Agreement

Patient Privacy Notice

Facility Use Agreement Instructions
& Application (Fillable PDF)

Reflective Address Marker

  COMMUNITY HEALTH INFO & EVENTS

This section will feature articles to help you be proactive about you and your families' wellbeing by providing practical information on health issues and highlighting community events and programs.

Viral Meningitis Information Bulletin


  INTERFACE FIRE INFORMATION

Are you prepared for wildland fire season?

Wildfire: Protect Youself & Your Community PDF


  INFORMATION

Link to the September 2017 "Network Pulse" the Living with Fire Newsletter

Open a window for a short 2 minute video for the public that explains what they can do and try to avoid on Red Flag Warning days, and how they can prepare for the wildfire season.

Living With Fire Website

Be Ember Aware

The Combustibility of Landscape Mulches

Fire Adapted Communities - The Next Step in Wildfire Preparedness for Nevada