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SAFET Recommendations


The SAFE-T recommendations are separated into two areas, an updated SAFE-T long-range plan and a SAFE-T Recommendation.

Equipment

  • Implement regular equipment replacement cycle to work toward ISO recommendations.
  • Ensure fire fighter equipment and vehicles are up-to-date to ensure safety of residents and firefighters.

Facilities

  • Maintain and update facilities to meet the needs of our emergency services today and in the future.
  • Purchase land and replace Station #5.
  • Update Station #1 to meet the needs of the District.
  • Make necessary repairs and renovations to Station #3 and #6.
  • Increase the District's training ability by updating the Training Facility to meet increasing training demands.

Finance

  • Ensure financial stability to maintain quality emergency services.
  • Utilize voter-approved bond funding to keep facilities and equipment up-to-date.
  • Phase in recommendations over a responsible length of time.

Communications

  • Continue to educate the community about the District's services and standards.
  • Involve the community in future decision making.
  • Utilize a number of different avenues to involve the community in future
  • planning efforts.

*Items in red were updated by the community at the Fall 2014 SAFE-T meetings.

SAFE-T Recommendation

Place a $15 million No-Tax-Increase bond issue on the April 7, 2015 ballot to:

  • Continue to implement the community-created SAFE-T plan.
  • Restore a regular equipment replacement cycle.
  • Replace the existing fleet of fire trucks.
  • Replace aging fire fighting equipment and gear as needed to keep the community and firefighters safe.
  • Purchase land and replace Station #5.
  • Update Station #1 to meet the needs of the District.
  • Make necessary repairs and renovations to Station #3 d #6.
  • Increase the District's training ability by updating the Training Facility to meet increasing training demands.

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