The Alfalfa Fire district spring news letter is now available.
2019 Spring AFD Newsletter 2019 Spring AFD Newsletter (1)
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED- If you are interested in volunteering with the Alfalfa Fire District, please submit an inquiry to Chad LaVallee @ firstname.lastname@example.org. We have many positions available from Firefighter to support personnel. APPLY TODAY!
Outdoor Debris Burning: AS OF OCTOBER 1, 2019 BURN SEASON IS OPEN FOR THE ALFALFA FIRE DISTRICT. SIGNED BURN PERMITS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL OUTDOOR BURNING. Burn permits can be picked up at the Fire Station, or you may download, fill out and sign permit and bring by the Fire Station.
Printable Burn Permit: AFD-Burn-Permit-2019-1
You may also fill out a Burn Permit online here: 2019 Online Burn Permit
A printable version of the burn guidelines can be found here:2019 Burn Guidlines
ISO Public Protection Classification (PPC) survey
The AFD is proud to announce the completion of our first PPC survey. Our rating is:
- 8B- if within 5 miles of the fire station
- 10- if outside of the 5 mile distance of the fire station
Fire station address- 25889 Alfalfa Market Rd, Bend Oregon 97701
Wildfire Preparation Tips:
- Create 30-100 feet of defensible space around buildings
- Clear areas underneath large trees
- Clear areas around propane tanks
- Move wood piles away from buildings
- Have easy to read address signs
The AFD can have an Address sign made and installed for you. This will assist firefighters in locating your address in the event of an emergency
Please contact Chad LaVallee for more information @ email@example.com
The AFD is looking for volunteer firefighters! Please contact Chad LaVallee at Clavallee@afdist.org and visit our volunteer page for more info.
Congratulations to our AFD firefighters for completing NFPA FF2 Certification!
Here are the AFD response stats for 2017
1 Structure Fire
4 Vehicle Fires
1 Brush Fire
2 RV Fires
1 Outside Building Fire
3 Mutual Aid Fires
9 Smoke Investigations
38 Medical Aids
2 Motor Vehicle Accidents
AFD Firefighters Katelyn Starr, Nate Starr and Chad LaVallee participated in the Firefighter stair climb in Portland climbing 40 floors in full gear. This event was held to help fight cystic fibrosis. Great job!