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The August 16 2017 Board Meeting has been cancelled

Plumas County has instituted a new rapid emergency notification service called CodeRED® Follow the link below for more info

http://plumascounty.us/index.aspx?NID=2163

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Congratulations to the Lake Almanor Country Club for becoming a "Firewise" Community

 

Plumas County Wildfire Prep and Evac Plan

Board Resolution Opposing CalFire SRA fee

CalFire SRA Fee FAQ

Two links below with more info regarding SRA and how to protest

http://www.firepreventionfee.org/

 http://firetaxprotest.org/

 

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Plumas County Telephone Emergency Notification System Info

Living with Fire - Info regarding wildland fire safety

 

The Peninsula Fire District protects an area of approximately 17 square miles of land and water with a population of 1158 (2007 census) that increases to approx 5000+ during the summer months. Providing fire suppression, Advanced Life Support ambulance service to over 1,900 homes , and ice rescue from our 16 foot hovercraft. Peninsula Fire District provides ALS response and transport for the citizens of the Hamilton Branch Fire District (Pop. 738 / 699 homes)

Peninsula Fire District currently provides management and staffing for Hamilton Branch Fire District.

Peninsula Fire District is also home to OES 379, this Engine is owned by the State of California Office of Emergency Services and on loan to PFD. PFD on order will staff this engine in times of disaster for response anywhere in California

Peninsula Fire District is an ISO Class 3 Fire Department

  For information on current wild land fires click here

Mission Statement -

This Fire District is organized to provide for life and property safety from the threat of forest and structure fires, natural or man-made disasters, and medical emergencies. This will be accomplished through preplanning, prevention, education, training, incident mitigation and appropriate application of ever changing technology.

To maximize the ability to cope with major conflagrations the District will receive and/or provide mutual-aid assistance to other fire/ambulance agencies.

For our Fire weather forecast click here

Our main station is located at:

 801 Golf Club Rd.

  Lake Almanor Ca. 96137

530-259-2306

Fax: 530-259-3707

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