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Winter Fire School January 2015

Your Castle Valley Fire Department is always training
to improve skills and incorporate all the new technology and techniques that are constantly evolving. Like all our
endeavors, things are constantly changing.
The focus is always on firefighter safety and protecting
lives and property in our community.

One of the ways is training with the Winter Fire School conducted each January by the professional trainers of Utah Fire and Rescue Academy. The School conducts up to thirty different classes. Some classes are classroom discussions and many of them involve student participation. The physical participation involves simulated fire situations sometimes involving smoke and live fire.

The firefighters who trained this year were:
Mitch Stock, Leta Vaughn, Jaz Duncan, Ron Mengel,
Lesley Craig, Jeff Fink, and Bob Russell.

SUPPORT OUR CASTLE VALLEY FIRE DEPARTMENT AND ITS DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS


 


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.

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.