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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

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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.👩‍🚒🔥

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Smiles for miles!

In preparation for wildland fire season, our crews are completing the annual Work Capacity Test. This test consists completing a 3-mile walk in 45 minutes or less while carrying a 45-pound pack.

Thank you @inclinehighschool for allowing us to use your beautiful track!

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Wonderful job you guys do

Come work with us!

Congratulations on your retirement Engineer Steiner! Thank you for your 15 years of service and dedication. We wish you all the best! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations Mike! You left the NLTFPD better off! Now you can become a Pro Ski Patroller! 😎⛷

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Shift Schedule

June 2021
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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.

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Thank you Veterans 🇺🇸
In remembrance. 🇺🇸
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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!
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