AGENDA Regular Meeting AgendaSan Juan County Fire Protection District #2December 16th, 2019 5:30pm Commissioners: Tim Fuller (absent), Janet Marlow, Jim Helminski (present by phone), Wesley Heinmiller (acting Chair), Rick Christmas; Chief Scott Williams; District Secretary Kimberley Kimple, Orcas Island Fire and Rescue staff, and the community. Welcome and Introduction Additions or Modifications to the Agenda […]
The 2018/19 burning season has come to a close. All permits issued this year and last fall are now expired. Commercial and Residential burning is over for the season. Check back to the San Juan County Fire Marshal’s Office for the latest in burning info including Fire Risk and Burn Ban Status. Campfires remain allowed
The Board of Fire Commissioners regular meeting scheduled for Monday, September 17, 2018 will be moved to Thursday, September 20, 2018 due to staff schedule conflict. The agenda will be posted online and at the fire station no later than 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Anticipated Impacts from Communications Disruption Night of April 12th-13th Both San Juan County and Town of Friday Harbor Governments and local Emergency Response Agencies are monitoring updates from Rock Island and Century Link regarding next week’s scheduled disruption to island communications services. Here are the most critical things we’ve learned and that we’d like to
There will be a special meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners at 5:00pm on Thursday, March 22, 2018. The meeting will be held in the conference room of the Eastsound fire station at 45 Lavender Lane. Agenda 3/22/18 Special Meeting
At 1:44pm, OIFR crews responded to a structure fire at a business on North Beach Road. When crews arrived, smoke and flames could be seen coming from the business window. A quick knock down by responding crews prevented the fire from spreading to adjacent businesses. There were no injuries associated with the fire. The cause
Orcas Island Fire and rescue would like to let our Island residents know that we do not have any fires on our Island. The smokey haze seen island-wide is due to weather conditions that are streaming smoke from British Columbia wildfires. More than 69 wildfires are burning in British Columbia alone, with the largest plume