The two-year Fire Cadet program is aimed at giving high school students a leg up on the drive to become a professional Firefighter/Paramedic. Over the years hundreds of young people have completed the program at Clark County Fire District 6, and every now and then they send us a photograph of where they’ve landed in […]
Effective with the June 15, 2021 regular meeting and until further notice, all meetings and workshops will now be held live, in-person and capped at fifty percent capacity, or twenty persons, including the members of the Board, the Board Secretary, the Fire Chief and Assistant Chiefs. Meetings will no longer be broadcast live. Click here […]
A workshop of the Clark County Fire District 6 Board of Commissioners will be held on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. at Station 61 to discuss the fairgrounds fire facility (Station 151). The regular meeting will follow immediately after the workshop. Click here to view the notice.
This week we honor the fourth and final retiree last year from Clark County Fire District 6. Nancy Olschewsky was the receptionist here for an impressive 26 years! Thanks for your work Nancy, and enjoy life on “Green Acres”!
25 years ago Captain Clint Greeley was hired at Clark County Fire District 6. He’s risen through the ranks and this week we wanted to take a moment to award his hard work and present him with a 25 year pin.
23 years. It’s a long time to work in the same place. Especially when your job is often seeing things no one wants to see. But for 23 years Dave Sinclair served the citizens of this District, and this morning we say thank you.
To work 25 years in the Fire Service is a major accomplishment. Today we celebrated such a milestone by awarding Firefighter/Paramedic Tim Kienitz a 25 year pin. Enjoy the day, Tim, and thanks for your years of service!
This week our retirement flag flies for Jim “5-4-5” Harrington. Jim logged 23 years of service for the citizens of District 6, and during that time we’ve captured a lot of photos of Jim. Hard part was finding one where he looked serious. And for that, he will be missed!
May signals the month when we honor our recent retirees. Normally we would have a ceremony, but since we’re still dealing with the pandemic we are doing the flag raisings virtually. We start with Volunteer Darren LaFavor.
David Rios was a tow truck operator who earlier this year was trying to help a motorist on the side of I-205 when he was hit by a distracted driver. David lost a leg in the accident. This week our Firefighters from IAFF Local 452 built a ramp to improve access to David’s home. Thanks […]