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» Reports & Statistics

Our reports are designed to show the nonfinancial aspects of our operation. For example, the number of fires we responded to, the number of public education programs, as well as the changes (i.e., increase or decrease in calls). In addition, we are presenting our quarterly report of accomplishments and status of on-going activities.

For community and policy makers, these reports can help focus attention on success indicators. This enables them to raise issues related to efficient and effective use of resources and to identify appropriate changes. For others, our reports are useful for understanding both the operations and the efforts of departments to balance output, quality control, and community outcomes.

We employ you to take a look at what we have accomplished and what we are working on. If you need further information, please don't hesitate to call us.

Statistics

Before 2008, our average number of calls was 500 per year, with a majority of those calls involving motor vehicle crashes/collisions. With the opening of the Hon-Dah station, and an increase in our sevice delivery as well increase in call voumes, we have seen a 100% increase in our call volume for 2008.

Call Type 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013YTD
Structure Fires 80 67 44 51 46 30
Vehicle Fires 11 22 11 9 13 10
Brush Fire 93 92 66 57 61 26
Other Fires 41 54 56 62 68 25
Mischevious Calls 2 2 1 2 3 1
Good Intent/False Calls 111 122 145 157 127 77
Motor Veh. Crashes 216 190 145 154 192 109
Search & Rescue 19 30 25 22 23 12
Hazardous Incident 27 30 77 26 33 19
Medical Calls 525 527 623 591 594 166
Agency Assist/Auto Aid 16 18 18 27 16 8
Total 1141 1149 1211 1159 1180 723

Click on the year to see statistics for 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007

Reports

Click here to see our FY12-13 Annual Report.

Click here to see our FY06-07 Annual Report.