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2019 Hazel Dell Parade Registrations

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Think of fire before it starts

 

OUR MISSION

The Clark County Fire District 6 mission, vision and guiding principles for our community.

FIRE PREVENTION

Prevent fires, surviving and reducing the damage caused by fire emergencies.

EMERGENCY SERVICES

Actions, advice and resources to prepare for and cope during a range of emergencies.

PUBLIC EDUCATION

Teaching people of all ages about fire and how to make choices regarding safety.

WELCOME
FROM THE FIRE CHIEF

Dear Neighbors, Clark County Fire District 6 is in its 63rd year of serving our community. From providing fire protection beginning in 1954, we grew to provide Paramedic-level Advanced Life Support emergency medical services starting in 1981. The District now employs over 60 personnel and has 35 volunteers using the latest techniques, technology and tactics to better serve you. ~ Chief Jerry Green

YOUR LOCAL
FIRE STATIONS

Fire District 6 operates three fire stations which are staffed 24/7. In addition Fire District 6 and Clark County Fire & Rescue jointly operate a station located at the Public Safety Complex at the Clark County Fairgrounds. This station is staffed with volunteers and resident volunteers approximately 12 hours per day.

PUBLIC NOTICES

 

Public Notices

To the citizens of Clark County Fire District 6:At the April 2, 2019 Board of Fire Commissioners meeting, Commissioner Dean Bloemke announced his intent to retire from service at the conclusion of his elected term of office on December 31, 2019.  With this announcement from Commissioner Bloemke, there will not be an incumbent running for reelection in the 2019 Primary or General election, so the field is completely open.The affairs of the District are managed by a Board of three Fire Commissioners who each serve an elected six-year term.  TheSEE DETAILS

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Public Notices

At the April 2, 2019 Board of Commissioners meeting, Commissioner Dean Bloemke announced his intent to retire from service at the conclusion of his elected term of office on December 31, 2019.Commissioner Bloemke was an active volunteer firefighter and Captain with the District for over 36 years. He was honored on five occasions as the recipient of the Volunteer Officer of the Year award in 1986, 1987, 1991, 1993 and 2001. During his tenure as a volunteer, he regularly attended all Board meetings, workshops and strategic planning retreats. He alsoSEE DETAILS

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Public Notices

A workshop of the Board of Commissioners will be held on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.  The regular meeting will follow.  Click here to view the notice.

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DEPARTMENT NEWS

 

Department News

It’s a disturbing trend: More Firefighters and First-Responders are dying every year by suicide than all line-of-duty deaths combined.Friday night, May 17th, Firefighters with Clark County Fire District 6 want to remember those who have taken their own lives and send a message that there is hope and help available.The national event is called “Those Left Behind”. At 9 p.m. fire engines at all District 6 stations will be positioned outside, and for one full minute all engine and truck lights will be turned on. We encourage anyone who wantsSEE DETAILS

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Effective 8 am Wednesday, May 15, Clark County will lift the temporary burn ban that was imposed last week.With rain currently falling and the forecast calling for more, Fire Marshal Jon Dunaway said it is safe to lift the current burn ban. “We are set to get a healthy dose of rain this week. That forecast, along with what rain is falling currently, gives us enough confidence to lift the burn ban.”At the same time Clark County lifts the burn ban, the Department of Natural Resources will reset the fireSEE DETAILS

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Near Record Temps are expected over the next couple days. The US National Weather Service Portland Oregon has issued a Fire Weather Watch and a RED FLAG Warning for Clark County on Friday Afternoon.A Red Flag Warning means that Critical Fire Weather Conditions are either occurring now or will shortly. A combination of the above conditions can contribute to extreme fire behavior.Due to the weather forecast for the rest of this week, Clark County is joining Skamania and Cowlitz counties in imposing a temporary ban on outdoor land clearing and residential burningSEE DETAILS

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Fire Safety & Prevention

Fire Safety is important for all ages. Fire District 6 provides fire safety presentations to a variety of groups in our area including preschools, elementary schools, adult groups, and senior citizen groups.