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///About Fire Operations Division
About Fire Operations Division 2018-02-02T10:21:20+00:00

About the Fire Rescue Operations Division

LFRA Operations Statistics

  • Serve 190 square miles
  • 2017 Incident Response – 8,494 calls for service
  • 2016 Incident Response – 7,953 calls for service
  • 6 – Fire Stations
  • 1 – Division Chief
  • 3 – Shift Battalion Chiefs
  • 1 – Training Battalion Chief
  • 6 – Captains
  • 15 – Shift Lieutenants
  • 1 – Training Battalion Lieutenant
  • 30 – Shift Engineers
  • 1 – Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Engineer
  • 21 – Firefighters
  • 7 – 24 hours per day staffed Companies (3 personnel per company)
  • 5 – Engine Companies
  • 1 – Heavy Rescue Company
  • 1 – Tower/ Ladder Company

Certifications Required Based on Rank/Position

  • Firefighter 1
  • Firefighter 2
  • Fire Officer 1
  • Fire Officer 2
  • Fire Officer 3
  • Fire Instructor 1
  • Fire Instructor 2
  • Fire Instructor 3
  • Hazardous Materials Operations
  • Hazardous Materials Technician
  • Hazardous Materials Specialist
  • Driver-Operator
  • Driver-Operator Pumper
  • Driver-Operator Aerial
  • Aurcraft Rescue Firefighter
  • Blue Card Incident Commander
  • Wildland S-130, S-131 and S-190
  • Wildland S-290
  • Emergency Medical Technician

All Hazards Response

  • Structural Firefighting
  • Basic Life Support Emergency Medical Response
  • Vehicle Extrication
  • Wildland Firefighting
  • Dive / Water / Ice Rescue
  • High & Low Angle Rope Rescue
  • Confined Space Rescue
  • Collapse Rescue
  • Trench Rescue
  • Large Animal Rescue
  • Hazardous Materials Response
  • Tactical Fire-Rescue Support for Law Enforcement Incidents
Photo of Greg Ward - Division Chief

Greg Ward
Division Chief
Operations Division

(970) 962-2806
greg.ward@LFRA.org