Carson City Fire Department
Carson City Fire Department's mission is serve the community with pride, commitment, and compassion. The Carson City Fire Department is comprised of seven divisions which contribute to the safe community we enjoy. We serve the community in many different ways, including emergency situation management such as fires and medical services, fire and emergency medical service, hazardous materials, confined space rescue, fire prevention, aircraft fire rescue, and many more.
East Fork Fire Protection District
The East Fork Fire Protection District is an all risk fire and EMS service provider and is one of Nevada’s largest agencies. Our career staff consists of one District Chief, two Deputy Chiefs, three Training/Safety Captains, one Fire Inspector, three Battalion Chefs, twelve Fire Captains, twelve Engineers, twenty Firefighter/Paramedics, and ten Firefighter/AEMTs who work hand-in-hand with over 34 volunteer firefighters to meet the fire and life safety needs of our community. East Fork responds to over 6,500 calls and provides service to 96% of Douglas County, Nevada with some jurisdictional responsibilities in the Lake Tahoe Basin and Alpine County. East Fork actively participates in mutual aid both in and out of state. East Fork is one of the founding agencies of the Sierra Front Wildland Fire Cooperators and the Quad County Hazardous Materials Team. The District provides services to a resident population of 45,000 and seasonally to over 60,000 persons.
North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District
Our Fire District is what we consider an “All Risk” Fire District. We respond to all types of emergency and/or public service situations. We have equipment to respond to traditional “fire service” calls such as structure fires, forest (wildland) fires, automobile wrecks and emergency medical services. In addition to these situations, we respond to back country emergencies, boats and and/or swimmers in distress, avalanche extrications, snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle accidents, rope rescue, over the side (hill) rescues and searches.
North Lyon County Fire Protection District
The North Lyon County Fire Protection District is a combination department of paid and volunteer staff serving the City of Fernley and surrounding areas with “all risk” emergency services, including ambulance transport. Our service area covers approximately 162 square miles, serving 20,000 residents. Our service area is unique and possess many risks including a large industrial park, major highway thoroughfare, railroad system and much more. Our mission is to provide comprehensive, compassionate and professional All-Risk Emergency Services for the protection of life, property and the environment.
North Tahoe Fire Protection District
The North Tahoe Fire Protection District provides the highest level of “all risk” fire and life safety, rescue and ALS emergency medical service, fire prevention and public education to the citizens and visitors of the communities we serve on the north and west shores of Lake Tahoe. Our all career District spans from Crystal Bay to Emerald Bay, and out to Alpine Meadows. The varied demographics of the District and vast recreation in the area provide opportunity for its 70 personnel to respond to emergencies on a wide diversity of incidents requiring firefighters to be proficient in wildland firefighting, structural firefighting, back country/technical rescue, swift water rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, and ALS emergency medical and paramedic ambulance services.
Storey County Fire District
Each of our stations is equipped with state-of-the-art apparatus and is strategically positioned throughout the county to give us timely access to respond to each community. All of our team members, from Firefighter through Fire Chiefs and Administrative personnel, are dedicated to serving our community. These fine men and women help keep the residents, businesses, and visitors of Storey County healthy and safe year round by responding quickly and effectively to any emergency that faces our citizens.
Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District
Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District was formed in 1946 to meet the expectations of the community to guard against the threat of fire in the wildland urban interface. The challenge of meeting those expectations are dynamic which tasks us to be more innovative to respond through a professionally, highly-trained, well equipped organization in those expected services with concern for the well being of our personnel.