BURN BAN IN EFFECT

No Open Burning Allowed

 

JUNE 1, 2022

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COMMISSIONER REGULAR MEETING
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2022
TIME: 4:30 PM / STATION 51

PUBLIC ZOOM T.B.A.

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Training Coodinator

The Board of Commissioners announced their choice for the new Training Coordinator; Lt./EMT Raynor Baker at the Regular Commissioner Meeting held on Tuesday, September 13th.  There were four other applicants all within the department who also applied for the position. Congratulations!

Chelan County (CPIF) Cascade Public Infrastructure Fund-Grant

A grant program for public facility projects serving economic development in Chelan County. Total funding available for 2022 is $823,200.
Manson Fire Department was just awarded – $100,000 to put towards a Live Fire Training Center. Board of Commissioners have approved Station 52 property expansion on Wapato Lake Road for a Fire Training Center and future helipad. Chief Baker is excited to get this project underway and currently waiting for the delivery of five container/burn boxes.

Bilingual Firefighter Recruits Needed!

For more information, stop by
Station- 51 at 250 Manson Blvd, (downtown) Manson.
Protect & serve your community!

Appreciation Awards

The department honored our outstanding Volunteers -5/31/22.
Congratulations!  Check out our winners on the Appreciation Awards page.

Station 52 New Bay Addition

Cascade Central Construction recently finished a 5th bay which will be used for Wildland Brush Truck-53.

Congratulations Volunteers!

2022 Certifications
Firefight I: Aaron Richmond

HazMat Ops & Awareness:
Firefighter Aaron Richmond and
Dan Weakly.

Officer 1: Nick Glenn and Raynor Baker

2021 Certifications
Firefighter 2: Nick Glenn and Raynor Baker
HazMat (OPS/IFSAC): Travis Farrar and Brian Whitney
EMT: Aaron Richmond and Tiffany Steele

MSRC Roster

MRSC Rosters is the only directory that connects businesses with over 500 public agencies in Washington State.

Participating agencies contract with our business members for small public works projects, consulting opportunities, and goods and services.

CCFD5 has registered with MRSC for inclusion on their list of agencies utilizing MRSC’s small works roster. For more information and sign-up,  go to
MSRC Rosters.

The District has existed as a fire protection agency with the State of Washington since 1949. (see History) CCFD5′s service area is approximately 18.5 square miles and consists of a mix of suburban, commercial, rural, and wildland areas. It serves a population of approximately 3,600 people.
The primary services provided by CCFD5 include:

  • Suppression of fires in buildings, vehicles, natural vegetation, and other property
  • Emergency medical response at the basic life support level
  • Basic life support emergency medical transportation
  • Technical rescue and extrication
  • Hazardous materials emergency response and control  at awareness level
The website, mansonfire.org is the only official on-line communication vehicle approved and sanctioned by Chelan County District 5 Fire Department. See District 5 Policy Here.