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Web Changes

This is where we'll announce the most recent additions to our web site. If you've visited us before and want to know what's changed, take a look here first.

As busy as it can get around a fire station, we have finally been able to bring to you our brand new web address and web site.  Please, tell your friends and fellow firefighters how to find us.  All of us hope you appreciate the effort to develop an interesting and informative web site.  The goal was not only to show fire picture after fire picture, we want you to see what we do.  Why we do it. And, what we hope to accomplish through it all.  After all is said and done, our wish is that when you leave our site you are more knowledgeable about the success of the CLVFD and aware of the dedication and sacrifice our members have put forth to be the best we can be for you, our friends, neighbors, surrounding fire communities, and our local residents and public community.  In the end you are what is most important to us.  Thank You for taking time out of your life to visit us.  we truly appreciate it.

See the The Latest for more details.
County Fire Truck Purchased By CLVFD
See the Truck #2701 for more details.

Topics of Interest

This is some of the latest information we have on topics of interest to bring you up to date..

As the Columbia Lakes Fire Department strives to improve, we want to do our best to keep you informed.  Please view the information below to keep up to date on what is going on within your Fire Department.  Thanks for taking time out and viewing our web site today.

bulletOctober 15th -- Member Information
bulletOctober 15th -- Recent Training
bulletOctober 15th -- Scheduled Events

Where are we at?  What are we doing? COLUMBIA LAKES VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT and our community.

With all that is going on within the department, seven active members are overwhelmed with chores and tasks.  Below you will find just a few items on our agenda to get completed.  Feel free to help in any way you can to take a little or a lot of the load off our shoulders so we can focus on things you may not be able to help with.

bulletFire Hose Testing, Required Annually to Help Lower ISO Ratings and Thus Home Owner's Insurance, Completed
bulletDry Hydrant Installation, Helps Lower ISO Ratings and Thus Home Owner's Insurance for home owners nearby, Being Scheduled
bulletWater Transfer, Helps Lower ISO Ratings and Thus Home Owner's Insurance, Completed


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