District personnel often assist with getting a patient onto an air ambulance. In these photographs the FD personnel work with Coast Life Support District (CLSD) and CALSTAR to transfer a patient to the helicopter at the Sea Ranch airstrip.
Finally the rain has come and the grass is green. The cool and damp winter is welcome, and too short! Spring will be here soon enough, and it is a good time to get fuel clearance projects done.
Burn permits required as of May 1, 2019; click here for details. Call 707-565-BURN (565-2876) for more information. Click here to see burn districts. NSCFPD is in the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District (NSCAPCD). See FAQ page for more burn information.
Position available for those who are willing to be awakened in early hours from sound sleep to run out of their homes in the most inclement weather, to face an hour or more of exhausting, hazardous, physically demanding labor in a heavily insulated, poorly ventilated, unfashionable outfit. Interested?