Lewis County Fire District 2 currently has twenty-two volunteers, who donate their time to serve the citizens of Toledo and outlaying areas. Lewis County Fire District 2 extends over ninety-eight square miles and is inhabited by approximately 4,500 residences.
Did you know about smoke from fires?
Outdoor smoke contains very small particles and gases, including carbon monoxide. These particles can get into your eyes and lungs where they can cause health problems.
What health problems do smoke cause?
Summers HERE! Lots of Events coming up in Toledo!
2017 Toledo Volunteer Pie Auction
The Toledo Volunteer Firefighter's Association would like to thank everyone who participated in this event. From those who donated pies and time to those who bid and won the pies. Everyone's efforts came together to make this year's auction again a great success! We received 13 pies from donors this year which combined raised us $820.00. All of which goes to restoring Toledo's very first Fire Engine, a 1939 Dodge. Thanks again to everyone!
2017 Cheese Days
Training: June 17, 2017
News Release: Southwest Clean Air Agency- Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Continued intrusions of wildfire smoke, stagnant conditions and hot weather throughout Clark, Cowlitz, Lewis, Skamania and Wahkiakum Counties and elevated ozone levels in Clark County today and predicted to persist through Friday have triggered SWCAA to issue an air pollution advisory. This advisory, for wildfire smoke throughout southwest Washington and ground-level ozone (smog) in Vancouver which contribute to poor air quality levels is expected to last through noon Friday, August 11th.
Outdoor Burning Info
BURN BAN CURRENTLY
Effective 12:01 a.m. on August 7, 2017 burn restrictions are in place in Lewis County. This Modification and upgrade prohibits all outdoor burning which includes recreational fires. Burn permits are currently not valid. The burning of garbage, paper or other refuse is strictly prohibited at all times. You may obtain additional information at www.lewiscountywa.gov/communitydevelopment or by calling the 24 Hour Automated Information Line at 360-740-1133.
First Aid / CPR Class
Please check back in the fall
July 2017 Call Statistics FIRE EMS CANCELLED OTHER MUTUAL
3 52 3 0 19
Year to Date Dist 2 Call Statistics
FIRE EMS OTHER
15 241 44
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