Board of Commissioners Meeting Information

May 19, 2020 7:30PM

Meeting Will Be Conducted Using Zoom

Holiday Office Hours

The District Offices Will Be Closed on Monday, May 25th for the Memorial Day Holiday.

Information About COVID-19

See below for details

VOLUNTEERS WANTED APPLY NOW

Clallam 2 Fire-Rescue is accepting applications for Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs. This is a great opportunity to help your community and neighbors.

Clallam 2 Fire Rescue

Provides Basic And Advanced Life Support Ambulance Treatment And Transport to the Citizens of Fire District #2

FIRST AID TRAINING

Are you prepared? Classes held the second Saturday of each month.

JOIN OUR TEAM

CALL 360-457-2550 OR STOP BY AT 1212 EAST FIRST ST., PORT ANGELES

47

VOLUNTEER AND FULL-TIME PERSONNEL

85

SQUARE MILES OF COVERAGE

470

TOTAL CALLS FOR SERVICE IN 2020

82

% INCREASE IN CALLS LAST 10 YEARS

 

April 29, 2020

BURN PERMITS: Effective May 5th, 2020 Clallam 2 Fire Rescue will resume issuing in-person residential and commercial burn permits.  It is highly recommended that individuals seeking a residential burn permit complete a digital form and email into our office.  A digital copy can be downloaded from www.clallamfire2.org and submitted via email.   Emergency services will still be provided by the Fire District at all times, however some non-essential services will be limited in order to encourage citizens to comply with Governor Inslee’s directives.

Those individual with existing residential burn permits which may have recently expired, are still allowed to burn in accordance with the guidelines of the permit as long as it conforms to the previous parameters in which the permit was issued. Citizens are still required to comply with Washington State Laws regarding open burning and may not burn without a proper permit.

 

 

Links to More Information on COVID-19

April 15, 2020

 

  • Websites where you can go to, or direct others to, for additional information:
  • Center for Disease Control: Cdc.gov 
  • World Health Organization: Who.int
  • Link to the Salish Regional Toll-Free Crisis Line that serves Clallam, Jefferson and Kitsap County. www.imhurting.org.
  • With the coming warm weather, please note that farmers’ markets and produce stands are considered essential businesses, which means they’re OK to operate as long as proper measures are in place to keep workers and customers safe. DOH has issued advice for grocery stores that also can help farmers’ market operators, and a blog post on safely shopping for groceries.
  • Clallam Transit will be scaling back their service starting Thursday, April 16. Please check their website for detailed information. https://www.clallamtransit.com/
  • Business Owners: Links to information on support from the Government. Get Ready to Receive Your $600/week from the Feds esd.wa.gov/unemployment

 

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GET A PERMIT BEFORE YOU BURN!

It's fast, it's easy, and it's the law.

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