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Keep Your Holidays From Going Up in Flames!

See the link below for some awesome suggestions;

Holiday Fire Safety

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Pinetop Fire held its semi-annual Blood Drive.

Saturday, December 6th

at Station 12 in the Pinetop Country Club.

Out of the 40 people signed up, 30 were able to give blood.

Special thanks goes out to all those who donate this season.

Be sure to look for our next blood drive,

which we will schedule soon.

Thank You!

 

Don't be chicken, PLEASE give blood today!!!

 

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Working Smoke Alarms

Saves Lives!!!   

Smoke alarms are probably the most single

 intricate key part of a home fire escape plan.

Click on the smoke alarm to find out more information

Please check your smoke detectors once a month,

replace the batteries a minimum of once a year.

 

 

 

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9/11

"We Will Never Forget"

 

 

 

 

Debris Burning...

Remember, all permits expired December 31st. You must get a new one if you want to burn debris, leaves, pine needles and such.
All Permits are free!


International Fire Codes
The Pinetop Fire District has adopted the International Fire Code 2006, as of December 16th 2008 and amendments to the 2006 International Fire Code as of December 21, 2010. A fee schedule was also adopted along with the fire codes. Contractors and developers, please contact our inspection department at 928-367-2199 for a copy of the fee schedule and amendments.

Weather outlook for the Pinetop/Lakeside area a week-at-a-glance...
Go to Timbers @ Pinetop Country Club


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