Welcome From the Fire Chief
Clark County Fire District 6 is celebrating its 60th year of serving our community. From our humble beginning in 1954 to provide fire protection to its citizens, we have grown to an organization employing over 60 people and 40 volunteers. For 33 years we have been providing life-saving Advanced Life Support Paramedic services. Our highly-trained officers and firefighters use the latest techniques and tactics to better serve you.
Please join us at our annual Open House on Saturday, June 7th from noon to 4 p.m. Also, join us on Facebook!
Chief Jerry Green
The Latest News
8/5/2014 Three Career FF's Complete One Year Trial Service. Congratulations to Firefighter's Ben Thomas, Chris Bottomley and Brandon Franck on thier successful passage of Trial Service. Great job over the past year on your accomplishments. The district looks forward to your continued growth, professionalism of service and and healthy career.
7/17/2014 Lifejacket Donations Needed. A recent spike in temperature in Clark County has created an increase in drowning’s unseen in years. These drownings may have been avoided if life jackets were worn. For the past 3 years, Fire District 6, Clark County Safe Kids and the Clark County Sheriff have stocked a life jacket loaner station at Klineline Pond. The lifejackets are becoming very worn and their are not enough of them for the need. Please drop off lifejacket donations at the fire station at 8800 NE Hazel Dell Ave (new or gently used please). Your help and support are greatly appreciated.
2/25/2014 When to Call 911. CRESA, the agency that receives 911 calls and dispatches emergency services, provides information on When to Call 911. Click Here to view a summary. For more information, visit CRESA911.org.
2013 Annual Report The 2013 Annual Report is posted to the site for download. It is a 3.5 MB PDF file, so Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required to view. Click Here to View the Report.
Volunteer Firefighter Information
Have you ever considered serving your community as a volunteer firefighter? For more information, Click Here.