Take a tour of the fire station, take a look at the equipment and learn more about the future of the community created SAFE-T plan at a CCFR Open Houses. The first open house is Saturday, July 10 at Station #1 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
More than a year ago the community came together to create and approve the SAFE-T (Securing A Future of Excellence – Together) plan for CCFR (Central County Fire & Rescue). With the funding in place, and the plan in motion, the District is inviting the community to a series of open houses to learn more about the execution of the plan and the future of fire and rescue services.
“The community’s input is critical to ensuring we can continue providing the level of service expected by our residents,” explains Chief Russ Mason. “The information we learned during the first phase of the SAFE-T program was invaluable. We are looking forward to gathering feedback on the future of the plan at the open houses.”
SAFE-T Open Houses
Saturday, July 10
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
1 Timberbrook Dr.
Wednesday, July 21
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
511 Willott Rd.
Saturday, July 31
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
1151 Jungs Station Rd.
In addition to learning about the status of the plan, attendees will be asked to help by answering the following questions:
• Does the plan still meet the emergency response needs of the community?
• What should be the priorities moving forward?
• What challenges and opportunities are facing CCFR now that the funding for the plan is in place? What are the best solutions?
They will also have the opportunity to tour the fire station, learn more about station equipment and meet CCFR firefighter/EMTs.
Since the funds from the approved SAFE-T ballot issue became available in January, CCFR has been able to maintain the current level of service, while improving areas such as technology, staffing levels and facilities.