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. Also, please join us on Facebook! or Sign up for our email Newsletter ~ Chief Jerry Green
NOTICE OF BOARD WORKSHOP. The Board of Commissioners will hold a workshop at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. The Regular meeting will follow immediately thereafter. Click Here to View the Notice.
FIREFIGHTER and FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDIC ELIGIBILITY ROSTERS. 1/25/17 An error was discovered on the Firefighter Roster. It has been corrected and is reposted. The process to develop a firefighter/paramedic eligibility roster is now complete. >
FIREFIGHTER ELIGIBILITY ROSTER. 1/6/17 The process to develop a firefighter eligibility roster is complete.
TESTING ANNOUNCEMENT: FIREFIGHTER AND FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDIC
Clark County Fire District 6 is establishing 18-month eligibility lists with the intent to hire at least three personnel to begin employment May 1, 2017. Click Here to view the Testing Announcement. Fire District 6 uses Public Safety Testing for application, written exam and background investigations for candidates. Interested candidates must either visit www.publicsafetytesting.com or call 866-HIRE-911 to create an account and apply on-line for Clark County Fire District 6.
9/29/2016 The Fall 2016 Newsletter is available. Click Here to view.
1/17/2017 Captain Clint Greeley and Battalion Chief Bryan Baum Sworn In. At the Board meeting last night, Chairman Dean Bloemke conducted the swearing-in ceremony for newly promoted Captain Clint Greeley and Battalion Chief Bryan Baum. Each of their spouses then pinned their badge on the officers. Chief Green spoke briefly about each of the officer. Click below images for a larger version.
12/8/2016 Eagle Scout Project. Ethan Mortimer, a resident in our fire district, is working toward obtaining his Eagle Scout. Ethan approached the fire district to see if we would assist with his Eagle Scout Project. He noticed that fire hydrants in his neighborhood needed some attention and identified that this would be a good project for his Eagle Scout.
Ethan focused on his subdivision, Whipple Creek Place. He organized a work group of 16 people and on October 22, 2016 they cleaned and painted 22 fire hydrants. This project added in bringing these fire hydrants to the best possible condition for firefighters and a cleaner look for the community. Please Click Here to view Ethan's Project Report.
Clark County Fire District 6 would like to thank Ethan Mortimer and his work group for their service to our community and wish him the best of luck in obtaining his Eagle Scout.
11/21/2016 “House fires double during the Thanksgiving Holiday. Check out our Thanksgiving Fire Safety Tips to make sure your holiday is filled with fun…not flames.” Click Here to view.
11/15/2016 Commissioner Brad Lothspeich Honored by the Washington Fire Commissioners Association. At their annual conference late in October, the staff of the WFCA presented Commissioner Lothspeich with the 2016 Staff Award. The citation listed several areas of outstanding performance, including his dedication to furthering the goals of this Association and the Fire Service, giving unselfishly of his time and expertise and producing excellent results,
The Staff Award was started in 1985. Three Fire District 6 Commissioners have been the recipient of the Award.
Click here to view the Firefighter/Paramedic Eligibility Roster established 9/10/2015
Click Here to View Firefighter Eligibility Roster established 9/8/2015
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