“Where We Live, How We Live…

Living with Wildfire”

Learn what and when

Wildfire Preparedness Day is at

Wildfire Preparedness

May 2, 2015

 

Awareness Tip:

Maintain your spark arrestor and don’t run power equipment on windy days. Learn more at SmokeyBear.com.

 

http://bit.ly/SparkArrestor #AZFire

It’s not if, but when the next wildfire will threaten our community. Learn how to get Fire Adapted at FireAdapted.org.

#FireAdapted http://bit.ly/FuelPSA #AZFire

Awareness Tip:

Never park your vehicle over dead grass, your catalytic converter can ignite the fuels and start a fire.

Learn more at SmokeyBear.com

Protect your home from wildfire. Remove leaves and pine needles from your roof, gutters & deck.

Learn more at Firewise.orghttp://www.smokeybear.com/house-safety.asp, and http://interactive.firewise.org/

 

Awareness Tip:

If your campfire is too hot to touch, it's too hot to leave. Drown, stir, and repeat until it's cold.

Learn more at SmokeyBear.com

Where We Live, How We Live…Living with Wildfire in the Southwest.

Learn more at FireAdapted.org.

Awareness Tip:

Know before you go.

Check current fire information and restrictions at wildlandfire.AZ.gov or call 1-877-864-6985.

If fire danger is high, move items that will burn like wood piles, lawn chairs & grills away from your home.

Learn more at Firewise.org.

 

Awareness Tip:

Don't burn debris on windy days. Compost, chip or shred instead.

Learn more at http://bit.ly/DebrisBurning 

Awareness Tip:

Check your homeowners insurance to make sure you're covered for wildfire and flood damage.

Visit http://bit.ly/FloodAfterFire and http://floodsmart.gov for more information.

 

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The Pinetop Fire Department is sponsoring a two-day course for fire professionals
and community members who are interested in becoming certified to assess and
evaluate properties from a Firewise perspective.

 

The course will train individuals in wildfire ecology, property assessment and fire
hazard mitigation tactics for property owners.

The course will be held from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 11-12,
at the Pinetop Fire Department
Station at 5976 Buck Springs Road.

There are 30 seats available, and there is no charge. To reserve a space in the course,
contact Lee Ann Beery at 928-774-1425, ext. 206 or email to LeeAnnBeery@azsf.gov.

 

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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

Did you know Smoke detectors need to be replaced every ten years,

Batteries replaced a minimum of once a year and

tested once a month?

Pinetop Fire has some extra smoke detectors donated by

Allstate Insurance, Brown and Russo & Assoc.

These will be given out on a first come basis.

Please contact Kelly Wood at 928-367-2199

Thank You

 

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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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