Clark County Burn Ban Starts July 15
In one week you’ll recieve ballots including the upcoming August EMS Levy extension. The levy funds all things medical, and it’s an important funding measure considering that 87% of our calls are medical emergencies. We want to make sure that we can answer all of your questions about levy funding and what it means for […]
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Clark County Fire District 6 Board of Commissioners has rescheduled three regular meetings. The Tuesday, July 19, 2022 regular meeting is rescheduled to Tuesday, July 26, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at Station 61. The Tuesday, August 2, 2022 regular meeting is rescheduled to Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. […]
SAVE 9-1-1 CALLS FOR TRUE EMERGENCIES During the 4th of July holiday weekend, CRESA (Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency) asks that residents not call 911 or 311 to report fireworks. Instead they can call 360-597-7888 during the 4th of July weekend to record fireworks nuisance complaints. Only call 911 to report if you witness or […]
You’ve probably grown so accustomed to seeing fire hydrants in your neighborhood you take them for granted. It’s a different story for rural homeowners. They’re likely quite aware of the lack of fire hydrants, and not just because of the greater challenge of fighting fire. You see, rural areas without fire hydrants pay more for […]
They served as Firefighters, Paramedics, even as a Fire Commissioner. And this week five long-time members of District 6 were honored for their years of service during the 2022 retirement ceremony.
This week the flag at Station 61 flies for Firefighter Damon Gano. After 23 years of service the good people of Clark County Fire District 6 Damon is retiring. Thanks for your years of service, Damon.