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If your tree is still up, make sure you’re watering it and turning off lights when not in the same room. To dispose of it, there are a few options in Clark County that can be found here.
Although we usually focus on RV safety in the summer months, Fire District 3 wants to remind everyone that fire hazards can be present anytime an RV or travel trailer is used or plugged in, particularly in the colder seasons. Fire Safety for Recreational Vehicles Source: National Park Service https://www.nps.gov/articles/p52-rv-fire-safety-101.htm
BRUSH PRAIRIE, WASH. — Clark County Fire District 3 turns 75 this year and plans to celebrate this momentous milestone with community members at its Open Houses in 2023. “We have been providing fire and life safety services for 75 years – and we simply cannot do this important work without the support and partnershipContinue reading “Clark County Fire District 3 Celebrates 75 Years Providing Fire and Life Safety Services”
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Clark County Fire District 3 welcomes a new fire commissioner and announces other personnel changes to the fire district. New fire commissionerFire Commissioner Dean Thornberry was sworn-in on August 8 and replaces Scott Anders who stepped down after accepting a job in another state. Thornberry spent 25 years in fire service, including 12 years withContinue reading “Fire District Welcomes New Fire Commissioner and Other Personnel Changes“
Grant is part of more than $69 million given by Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation to public safety organizations across the U.S. (Brush Prairie, Wash.) As summer continues, Clark County Fire District 3 is prepared to keep Clark County safe thanks to a grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation. The Foundation recognized our needContinue reading “Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Provides Critical Lifesaving Equipment Grant to Clark County Fire District 3 “