Fire Protection District
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The Fire Protection District provides an all-risk/full service organization which serves and protects the community through public education, fire prevention, fire suppression, emergency rescue, disaster preparedness, and other services in order to minimize the loss of life and property, damage to the environment, and adverse economic impacts due to natural or man-made emergencies or events. The District's boundaries currently incorporate approximately nine square miles. The annual call volume has grown from 1,214 in 1997 to 1,425 in 1998, with an average travel time of 5.51 minutes from receipt of alarm at the fire station.