Saturday, September 20, 2014
McCalla Area Fire District
915 Lakeside Drive
McCalla, Alabama 35111
Office (205) 426-5000
Fax (205) 426-5092
Emergencies: 911 or (205) 325-1450
ISO Rating: 5/9
The next Board meeting will be 06/12/2014.
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New Rosenbauer Mini Pumper F550, 1000 gallon tank, 20 gallon foam tank, High Pressure Foam.
03/28/2012 Mr. Bob Grantham passed away today he was a founding member of the McCalla Area Fire District a dedicated volunteer and Board member he is greatly missed
The McCalla Area Fire District is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with 7 Paid Firefighter/ Paramedics that work on rotating shifts and a host of Volunteers that serve their communities.
There will be a Board meeting of the McCalla Area Fire District on January 10, 2013 at 7:00 PM at station 1 915 Lakeside Drive
11-2011 McCalla Fire Has ordered a new Mini Pumper from Rosenbauer Mfg delivery should be in June.
07-2011 This year McCalla Fire has purchased the following equipment with a grant recieved from FEMA. A new TNT Rescue Tool (Jaws of Life), Life Pack 15 Heart monitor, Air bag system for vehicle and other rescues, Res Q jacks to assist with stabilization while preforming vehicle rescue, Chock system for vehicle rescues, and other small tools for vehicle extrication.
Board meetings are the second Thursday of every other month at 7pm at Station 1 on Lakeside Drive and are open to the public. The next meeting will be in February 8 2012.
Our Drill Nights are every Tuesday at 6:30 pm at Station 1 on Lakeside Drive.
We receive our E-911 calls directly from the Jefferson County Sheriff's Dept. This was made possible due to a grant received in 2002. We upgraded our radio communications system and now have direct radio communications with the Sheriff's Dept.
FIRE SAFETY is your responsibility...
Please observe the following guidelines when burning leaves or brush.
1) Never leave a fire unattended.
2) Have a water hose or shovel & dirt handy to extinguish a fire.
3) Donít burn during brisk winds.
4) Make several small piles of leaves rather than one large pile.
5) Create at least a three-foot dirt barrier around the fire.
6) Keep fire away from any type of structure (House, Garage, Barn, etc.)
7) Keep children away from the fire.
8) Never burn brush or leaves in a wooded area.
If the fire becomes unmanageable or begins to spread, call 911 immediately.
Volunteers Needed: If you would like to be a volunteer, please come by Station 1 (Rock Mountain Lakes) or call 426-5000. No experience is necessary.
** Drill / Meeting each Tuesday night from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Station 1 (Rock Mountain Lakes) **
Officers: Chief David Jayne, Assistant Chief Vic Walker, Captain Nathan Antonio, Captain Jeff Roberts, Lieutenant Randy Bush, Lieutenant David Everson
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