The Amador Fire Protection District is always looking for new members who want to contribute to their community in the most exciting volunteer capacity imaginable. Knowing this job is so important, we make sure all of our volunteer firefighters are well trained and properly equipped.
1 week ago
In hopes of clearing up some of the confusion surrounding the proposed First Responder Fee, here is a FAQ information sheet. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us or come to the April 16th AFPD Board of Directors meeting.
Also, voting on this proposal has been rescheduled from April 16th to the May 21st board meeting. ... See MoreSee Less
So how much are my insurance premiums going to be raised to pay for this? Obviously, the insurance companies are not going to eat this!
That clears up my questions. Thank you.
thank you !! there were these exact questions asked in https://www.facebook.com/groups/204900366887237/ sharing to there again since you gave the answers :)
Why not just put this on the ballot like Measure M and let the people decide ?
3 weeks ago
Due to a traffic accident on Ridge Road and Climax, Ridge Road will be closed for an unknown amount of time. Please use alternate routes. ... See MoreSee Less
The roadway has been cleared.
4 weeks ago
Amador Fire took part in a regional training program hosted by American River College. This program teaches instructors the use of the PG&E Flammable Liquids and Gas Props. Agencies attended were Sacramento Fire, Consumnes, Sierra College, Del Campo ROP, Calaveras Consolidated, Yocha Dehe, Turlock, Dunnigan and Woodland. Over the next few days Amador Fire will be training all of our Personnel in the use of these props. Thank you to PG&E for providing this valuable training. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Richard for sharing.
I did that when I worked for Weyerhaeuser. They trained the whole plant and we each put out a fire.
Praying all stay safe