Fire Chief Charles Moore announced that the Fire District will host two Green Waste Collection Days in November that will allow residents to dispose of their dry and dead vegetation, shrubs, tree branches, and other wildland fuels
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The TMFPD will host open houses at four fire stations on Saturday, October 13, including public tours of the stations, fire engines, and more. October is Fire Prevention Month, join in!
From Fire Chief Moore: The last two years have proved to be significant summers for wildfires. Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District (TMFPD) responded to twice the number of fires since 2016, and suppressed more than four times the amount of acres burned than in previous years.
The Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District (TMFPD) is proud to present its annual Community Report to the residents of Washoe County. This informative report is Easy to Read is Free to the Public.
September is a fun time in the Truckee Meadows. But it’s important to remember that we remain in the wildfire season. Our heavy winter and wet spring have brought wildland fuels 200-300% of average.
Join Hidden Valley Homeowners Association for Candidates Forum on Wednesday, September 19th. Meet your candidates and hear their views on issues important to you.