Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Photos from North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District's post ... See MoreSee Less

5 days and counting!
We are excited to see you!

Oh, Quick reminder, for folks interested in the Janssen vaccine, please register at

... See MoreSee Less

As public fireworks displays are cancelled in our own community, we would like to remind everyone to refrain from using consumer fireworks when celebrating during the July 4th holiday weekend. Fireworks are illegal to possess or discharge on any property, public or private (including US Forest Service) in the Tahoe Basin. This includes all consumer fireworks (fireworks purchased by individuals) known as “safe and sane” brought in from out-of-the-area. Washoe County, Douglas County and Carson City enforce civil and criminal penalties for possession and/or use of fireworks.
“With our current fire season restrictions, due to critical weather conditions, lack of precipitation and potential extreme fire behavior statewide and, in our region, we remind everyone the use of solid fuel (wood and charcoal) burning is banned until further notice. Also, all forms of open flame are prohibited during red flag/critical fire weather conditions,” said Fire Chief Ryan Sommers.
The use of consumer fireworks can lead to fires, devastating burns, other injuries, and even death. Not only are safety precautions a concern, the cost of suppression and any other injury or liability caused by fireworks is the direct responsibility of those persons using fireworks. Anyone with fireworks may turn them into any fire station in any fire district without penalty at any time.
In addition to the harm consumer fireworks can inflict on individuals, these unnecessary incidents can also place undue burdens on first responders. Please avoid consumer use of fireworks to help reduce the number of preventable incidents that require response and care.  For more information on Fireworks safety visit

Please join us for our Community Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, July 3rd 8a.m – 10a.m., we will be serving complimentary pancakes, sausage, fresh fruit, and hot coffee! We will also be offering the Janssen vaccine (one dose) that protects against COVID-19 during the event to interested individuals ages 18+. Pre-registration is appreciated but we will also accommodate day of requests while supplies last. Visit to register!
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

So beautiful.

2 months ago
Incline Village Crystal Bay Firefighters Local 2139

NLTFPD Brush 11 crew doing work on the Jack's Valley Fire, putting in 2100 feet of progressive hoselay via direct attack. PC: Quinlan ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

What’s all the pink stuff on Peck? 😜

Strong work guys! My partner Josh Dart here in Reno Fire Engine 10 may claim credit for some of that hoselay.👩‍🚒🔥

Photos from North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District's post ... See MoreSee Less

Load more

Shift Schedule

July 2021
A Shift
B Shift
C Shift

The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
Come work with us!
Thank you Veterans 🇺🇸
In remembrance. 🇺🇸
Come work with us!
Training! 🚒🔥
A day to appreciate and remember;  Local 2139 pauses today to honor all who have lost their lives serving in the US Armed Forces 🇺🇸
We have responded to several illegal and/or abandoned campfires in the last week, on the beach and in the forest. Per the USDA Forest Service, campfires are currently not allowed on public lands in the Lake Tahoe Basin:  "This means that campfires and charcoal are only allowed within metal fire rings in designated campgrounds like Fallen Leaf or Nevada Beach. Campfires and charcoal are not allowed in Desolation Wilderness or Meiss Country; along the Tahoe Rim Trail or Genoa Peak Road; in any existing rock fie rings; on National Forest beaches; or in the general forest." Please understand and respect the fire restrictions in place to keep everyone safe, and pass the word along to our visitors. Thank you!
Load more