New Schedule!


THE BEAST

There is a new truck down at the Fire Department. And it is very large.
Originally it was used in Iraq, but is now government surplus. It was acquired by the State of Utah from the Red River Army Depot. It was reassigned to Castle Valley due to a request to the State to replace Engine 34. It is being refitted as a brush truck and tender. Which means it will carry water, but will also have hoses and a water canon.


Mitch Stock,Greg Halliday,Randy Ward,Chris Michaud,Leta Vaughan,
Ron Mengel, Jazmin Duncan, Bob Russell, Floyd Staughten (retired Chief),
Bob Lippman, George Holling

The Chief checks out The Beast.

Chris Michaud inspects the engine on our new (future) engine

THE TOWN NEEDS YOUR HELP
TO CONTROL TUMBLEWEEDS


WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Mow before the plant goes to seed. Compost or transport
while it is still green, otherwise you will spread more seeds.
Each plant is capable of dispersing 250,000 seeds.
Burn when plant is dry. (Check our pages on the burn window and fire safety.)

Plant competitive species of plants.

Tumbleweeds don’t like lawn or well-irrigated gardens.

Don't let the weeds pile up against fences or in ditches.

 

 


One of the BLM engine crews came out to meet the CV fire department
and show us their beautiful engine. BLM is our new neighbor now
after taking over the SITLA land in our district.
We will be working together to control any fires in the future.

BLM people are: Sean McArthur, Julie Rhodes, and Megan Williams.


Megan shows the storage cabinets.

Engine Boss Sean shows their field packs.
They can stay in the field for up to 48 hours.

SUPPORT THE CASTLE VALLEY VOLUNTEER
FIRE DEPARTMENT WITH A T-SHIRT!

T-Shirts are now available through the Fire Department.
For each $20 donation we will present you a Castle Valley Fire Department
T-shirt, modeled here by firefighter Jazmine Duncan
.


Click here for more information.