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Tri-Community Vol. Fire DepartmentTri-Community Vol. Fire Department
Profile Tri-Community Volunteer Fire Department is a volunteer service consisting of approximately 65 volunteer members and protecting over 9,000 in population and over 185 square miles. Fire protection, rescue, emergency medical first responder serv... Read more
Profile Tri-Community Volunteer Fire Department is a volunteer service consisting of approximately 65 volunteer members and protecting over 9,000 in population and over 185 square miles. Fire protection, rescue, emergency medical first responder services, and fire prevention are provided to the citizens of Tri-Community Fire Protection District from members located throughout the District. Mission To provide the most effective fire protection, rescue, emergency medical first responder services, and fire prevention to the citizens and visitors of Tri-Community Fire Protection District. The ultimate mission is to protect Life and Property.
Organization In order to deliver the services needed to accomplish the stated mission, the department is organized into two major divisions: Administrative Division--Responsible for the overall business of the department. Operations Division--Responsible for the delivery of field services for fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical first responder care, comunication, training, fire prevention, public education, and public affairs. Of the five fire stations in the district, all are owned and operated by stated chartered Tri-Community Volunteer Fire Department. The department raises funds to purchase apparatus and equipment, which minimizes capital expenditures for the department. The department also provides fire prevention, public education, first aid, CPR training programs, etc. to the citizens in and around the district. Volunteer policies, programs and standard operating procedures are the primary responsibility of the Fire Chief, who works directly with the department's Board of Directors to ensure continuity and progression with the overall operation of the department.