January 2016 Incident Stats

Posted by: Webmaster

Types of Incidents:

  • Automatic Alarm – 9
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarm – 1
  • Medical Assist – 1
  • Natural Gas – 3
  • Service Call – 6
  • Structure – 25
  • Transfer Assignment – 5
  • Vehicle Accident – 7
  • Vehicle Accident w/ Entrapment – 1
  • Vehicle Fire – 2

Total Incidents: 70
Total personnel on alarms: 580
Average personnel on alarms: 8
Total hours on alarms: 398.5

Volume Trend

  • Sunday: 14
  • Monday: 11
  • Tuesday: 12
  • Wednesday: 6
  • Thursday: 8
  • Friday: 9
  • Saturday: 10

Total training sessions for month: 4
Total personnel at training: 88
Total hours at training: 242

2015 Incident Stats

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Types of Incidents:

  • Automatic Alarm – 100
  • Brush Fire – 6
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarm – 23
  • Dumpster Fire – 1
  • Electrical/Transformer Fire – 9
  • Fuel/Oil – 6
  • Landing Zone – 1
  • Medical Assist – 31
  • Natural Gas – 13
  • Nature/Storm – 5
  • Odor Investigation – 4
  • Pedestrian Struck – 6
  • Rescue – 3
  • Service Call – 23
  • Smoke Detector Activation – 1
  • Smoke Investigation – 1
  • Structure – 153
  • Transfer Assignment – 33
  • Vehicle Accident – 121
  • Vehicle Accident w/ Confinement – 3
  • Vehicle Accident w/ Entrapment – 14
  • Vehicle Fire – 13

Total Incidents: 572
Total personnel on alarms: 4382
Average personnel on alarms: 8
Total hours on alarms: 3171

Volume Trend

  • Sunday: 68
  • Monday: 97
  • Tuesday: 86
  • Wednesday: 72
  • Thursday: 95
  • Friday: 80
  • Saturday: 74

Total training sessions for year: 51
Total personnel at training: 771
Total hours at training: 2265.5

December 2015 Incident Stats

Posted by: Webmaster

Types of Incidents:

  • Automatic Alarm – 12
  • Electrical/Transformer Fire – 2
  • Fuel/Oil – 1
  • Medical Assist – 4
  • Service Call – 2
  • Structure – 10
  • Transfer Assignment – 1
  • Vehicle Accident – 9
  • Vehicle Accident w/ Confinement – 1
  • Vehicle Accident w/ Entrapment – 2
  • Vehicle Fire – 2

Total Incidents: 46
Total personnel on alarms: 380
Average personnel on alarms: 8
Total hours on alarms: 259.75

Volume Trend

  • Sunday: 2
  • Monday: 12
  • Tuesday: 8
  • Wednesday: 8
  • Thursday: 8
  • Friday: 3
  • Saturday: 4

Total training sessions for month: 5
Total personnel at training: 92
Total hours at training: 240.5

Please Clear the Snow from Your Fire Hydrants

Posted by: Shaun Donovan

As you clear the snow in your neighborhood, please remember to clear a path to the fire hydrants.  By removing the ice and snow from around the hydrants you will assist the fire department in any emergency responses that would require the use of the hydrant.

We recommend that you clear 3 feet to all sides of the hydrant as well as a path to the street.  Most hydrants are very close to the curb, but there are some in our area that are several feet away from the street so please clear a path all the way out to the street.

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