Medication is commonly prescribed to treat high blood pressure and many can often work through adjustments to their medication until the levels are acceptable.Read More
Smoke detectors are an essential safety feature for any home. When properly installed and maintained, they dramatically increase your chances of surviving a fire.Read More
Burn Permits will only be available through the District Office or on the website through Friday, May 12th at 5:00 p.m.
The operating budget is approximately $4.5 million annually. The District extends from Mound House at the Carson City line, east to Silver Springs at the Churchill County line and is bound to the north by Storey County and the North Lyon County Fire Protection District. The southern boundary is Township 15 North.Learn More
Fire Prevention includes plan reviews of new construction and tenant improvements, business and occupancy inspections and fire code compliance reviews.
The Fire District is accepting applications for volunteers. If you have a desire to serve your community and learn some valuable skills and training in the field of emergency response, we’d like to hear from you.