Sean Slamon, Division Chief
The Emergency Operations Division is responsible for emergency and non-emergency response to community
needs including fighting fires, providing
emergency medical services,
hazardous material mitigation,
rescue operations, and many other types of public assistance.
The division is also responsible for the professional
development of its members and constantly evaluates new ways to serve the community.
Along side it's dedication to emergency service, this division provides public education to thousands of
citizens each year, which includes fire safety,
career guidance, and youthful firesetter intervention.
It is staffed with 141 full-time safety employees
consisting of one Division Chief, four Battalion Chiefs,
39 Captains, 51 Engineers, and 39 Firefighters. Services are provided by 10
fire engines and two fire trucks located at 11
community fire stations. A minimum on-duty staff of
37 personnel is maintained 24 hours
a day, 365 days a year.