Due to an increase COVID 19 cases, Clark County Fire District 6 is once again closed to the general public. Our fire and EMS crews will continue to respond to emergencies as always, but our business office and public outreach is temporarily closed.
What Does This Mean To You?
Fire station tours are on hold
Blood Pressure checks are on pause
First responders cannot attend community events, like school visits, community Association meetings, or neighborhood gatherings.
Fire Commissioner meetings are held virtually
If you think you may have the Coronavirus, call your primary care physician and follow their instructions!
Every year there are those cases where the legal time light personal fireworks has come and gone and folks find that one bag of boomers and sparklers they forgot to use. Understandably, a lot of folks are uncomfortable about storing them for a year–probably a wise idea. So, the three tips for safe disposal of fireworks are:
SOAK: Submerge fireworks in a bucket of water and allow to soak overnight
WRAP: Double-wrap soaked fireworks in a plastic wrap or plastic bags so they don’t dry out
DISPOSE: Put wrapped bags in regular household garbage for pick up or you can take them to your local solid-waste facility
See? Not that hard. And if you have any questions or concerns and you live within the service boundary of Clark County Fire District 6 please give us a call: (503) 576-1195