CLCFD's Fire Prevention Division consists of the Fire Prevention Captain and one Fire Prevention Specialist. Through a local agreement with the Nevada State Fire Marshal all plan reviews, new construction inspections, maintenance inspections, and fire investigations are done through our office. The State Fire Marshal and his staff are the official appeals board. In addition to plan reviews, inspections, and fire investigations, the prevention division offers the following programs and services:
  • Smoke detectors
  • Public education, targeting local schools
  • Home safety programs
  • Defensible space education for homeowners
  • Car Safety Seat Inspections

The Prevention Division has a wide range of information and is available to answer any questions or concerns when it comes to fire safety and public education.
Contact our office directly by calling 775 246-6209.


(check back in the spring for this program)

The Central Lyon County Fire Protection District continues to offer services through the Fuels Management Program. The goal of this program is to assist homeowners in clearing their yards and neighborhoods of yard debris and help to significantly reduce the threat to homes in high fire hazard areas. Central Lyon County Fire Protection District has three dump trailers for use by the public to clean up flammable vegetation. The Fuels Management Team will deliver a trailer to your home for you to fill with vegetation, consisting of strictly woody, leafy vegetative material. We will then pick the trailer up and dispose of the material at no charge to the property owner. Appliances, hazardous materials, auto parts, construction material, lumber, metals, plastic, rocks, dirt, concrete, animals, or any other man-made materials will not be accepted. If there is any prohibited material in the trailer at the time of pickup, the team member will dump the trailer where it sits and remove the trailer.

We at Central Lyon County Fire District see this as a great opportunity to serve the community and look forward to assisting citizens in making their homes safer from the threat of wildfire and creating defensible space.

To take advantage of this valuable program you must complete an application for trailer use. For more information contact the Fire District office at (775)246-6209.

The Central Lyon County Fire District is an equal opportunity employer.


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