UP COMING EVENTS:
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On behalf of the men and women of the North Lyon County Fire District I would like to welcome you to our website.
The North Lyon County Fire Protection District is building a tradition of delivering outstanding customer service. Members of the department spend hundreds of hours every year learning the latest response technology and honing their skills in training sessions. Our first priority is to respond to the needs of our citizens in a professional and timely manner. Every member of this department is dedicated to service.
The District is an “all-hazard” response agency. Our members are trained, equipped and dedicated to providing outstanding emergency medical, fire, hazardous materials, rescue, natural and man-made disaster response. We are striving to be better equipped to provide professional and quality service to the citizens we serve. Career and Volunteer responders are part of an outstanding team I am proud to lead. We are proud to serve Fernley’s residents daily and are ready to serve all those in need when requested.
Lastly, I am proud of the fact that we consider ourselves an integral part of the Community of Fernley and are working to enhance this presence. It is our sense of community that enables us to respond to community needs with empathy and compassion. Giving back to the community is our way of saying thanks.
If you wish to contribute please contact us and explore this web site to see how you can join our team.
If I can ever be of service, please don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you for allowing us to serve.
Respectfully, Scott Huntley, District Fire Chief
Board meeting minutes:
Commercial Fire Inspection
The Fire District conducts routine fire and life safety inspections on an annual or biennial basis, depending on the property type and associated hazards. Such inspections lessen the threat of fires and promote the public’s safety and welfare.
To help cover the cost of these safety inspections, and to encourage prompt compliance with fire codes, the District’s fee schedule is used. The fee also covers Operational Permits provided after the business is inspected and confirmed safe. Contact the North Lyon County Fire District Office at 775-575-3310 or email@example.com more information about fire inspections and the fee structure.
Inspection Program Highlights: The North Lyon County Fire Protection District has partnered with Fire Recovery USA and FIREHOUSE Software to provide state-of-the-art equipment and electronic fire inspection reporting and invoicing. Inspection notices, invoices and permits will be electronically delivered and tracked to the email address you provide our inspectors.
Inspection notices will come from firstname.lastname@example.org. Invoices and receipts will come from email@example.com. You will have the option of several payment methods. Simply follow the instructions provided in your e-mailed invoice.
Questions? For invoicing and payment inquiries, please contact Fire Recovery USA at (888) 640-7222, extension 117, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For inspection and code inquiries, contact the North Lyon County Fire District’s Office.
The Fire Chief and his staff are responsible for citywide enforcement of the adopted fire code, NRS and local ordinances as they relate to life and safety. Other responsibilities include public education, fire investigation, business license inspections, pyrotechnic permitting, pre-incident survey programs and code compliance for large community events. Our upgraded inspection programs have reduced the number of Commercial Fires in our community in recent years and we plan on future improvements.
( This program is coming soon)
North Lyon County Fire Protection District is proud to reintroduce the Explorer Program to the community. The Explorer Program gives high school students the opportunity to experience an introduction into the fire service that could potentially lead to future career opportunities, and provide the student with fundamentals that will last a lifetime. If you are interested in becoming an Explorer, please download the application below, complete the application, and submit the application to our administration office.
*Every explorer member must submit their application with a signed guardian/parent release of liability form which shall serve as their approval for the student to participate. Student members must be at least 16 years of age and, upon attaining the age of 18 and satisfactorily completing the Explorer Program described below, shall have first consideration for filling an active member vacancy. Same background, physical, etc as regular membership. If still in school must maintain a 2.5 GPA.Student must obtain a signed release by guidance counselor stating satisfactory GPA of 2.5 and satisfactory citizenship as defined by the school.
Explorer Application Link to application
North Lyon Fire County Fire Protection District is currently developing a CERT program in corporation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. CERT members also are encouraged to support emergency response agencies by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community.