Kneeland Volunteer
Fire  Protection District
 
Kneeland, California, 95549  707-442-3252 messages only
Recent Calls And Jaws
Extrication Training..
Engine  8911 Pumper-800 gal. water.
Structure and  Wildland Fires
4X4 MINI-Pumper  Attack 8946
300 Gal. Water / Foam - Wildland fires,
Medical -Aid, Vehicle accidents
Water Tender 8962- 2200 Gal. water-
Centrifugal  Pump and Suction
Has 2000 gal. portable drop tank..
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Kneeland Fire Emergency calls for 2014!

Kneeland Fire Emergency calls for 2014--- 1/3/2014 Gas leak Greenwood Hgts. Rd. Kneeland, - 2/14/2014 Possible heart attack Freshwater Rd., - 01/14/2014 Medical Aid, at TIM Mullen Rd, Kneeland., - 1/15/2014 Medical Aid Butler Valley Rd. Difficulty breathing, - 02/07/2014 Motor vehicle accident with injuries at 3000 block Greenwood Hgts Dr., - 05/24/2014 Medical Aid 4300 block Kneeland Rd. possible seizure, - 03/20/2014 Medical Aid 4100 block Fickle Hill Rd. possible broken leg motor cycle accident, - 04/20/2014 Medical Aid possible heart attack 60 YO male 5000 block Kneeland Rd., - 4/20/2014 Medical Aid at 3300 block Butler Valley Rd. possible overdose, - 05/06/2014 power line down at 4200 block Greenwood hgts., - 05/07/2014 Brush fire at Butler Valley rd., - 05/15/2014 Medical Aid 3100 block Greenwood Hgts dr. Elderly male head injury, - 04/12/2014 motor vehicle accident with injuries 2mi up Kneeland Rd from Freshwater vehicle into tree over embankment required extrication., - 06/11/2014 Medical AID 5300 block Kneeland Rd, Kneeland elderly male reduced level of consciousness., - 06/14/2014 motor vehicle accident with injuries at 18000 block Kneeland rd., - 07/18/2014 residential smoke scare, odor of smoke at 6800 block Greenwood Hgts. Kneeland., - 07/22/2014 Possible over dose 6600 block of Greenwood Hgts. Dr, Kneeland., - 07/30/2014 report of jeep over embankment and on fire unknown injuries with 3-5 acre grass fire at Redwood House Ranch road Kneeland. Mutual aid to Cal-Fire, ......
          
    A message from the KFPD Chief.
    On behalf of the Kneeland Volunteer Firefighters and  Board
    of Directors.. “Thank you”  voters and property owners,  for  
    your overwhelming  support  by voting to approve Measure
    “L” on June 3rd 2014.  
             The supplemental property tax, Measure “L”  was  approved by voters with
    over 82% of the votes. Although Measure “L” will impose only an additional annual
    tax of $80. for each improved parcels and $60. for  unimproved.  The big picture
    overall, the additional tax will raise about $30,000 a year and is only for the
    Kneeland Volunteer Fire Department.
             The measure faced little opposition when introduced at public meetings.
    Many people mistakenly thought the recent Cal-Fire fee benefitted the Kneeland Fire
    department.  Residents were very surprised to learn Kneeland Volunteer Fire
    department receives NO funding from the Cal-Fire SRA Tax.  
             The money will allow Kneeland to increase training; purchase needed or out
    dated personal protective equipment for the firefighters and begin to develop a
    cushion to replace some of our 30 year old engines.  Kneeland Fire has  11
    volunteer  men and women who are responsible for responding to structure fires,
    medical emergencies, vehicle accidents, and wild land fires in a 40-square-mile area
    with a response area nearly 100 sq. miles.  
             Kneeland Fire has been squeaking by on a $20,000 annual budget funded by
    a 20 year old modest property tax, barbecues and music festivals. Soaring costs for  
    insurance, radio communications, quadrupled fuel costs, outfitting firefighters and
    increased maintenance cost on very tired equipment led to the need  to ask the
    community for help.
             Had the tax not been approved, I am convinced the department would not
    have been able to continue its services to the Kneeland community as it has for the
    past 30 years.  Some services would have been cut.
             This infusion of funds will provide the financial stability to Kneeeland Fire for
    many years. Looking back…. I guess we just had to prove ourselves and our worth
    to the community.
              Kneeland Volunteer Fire Department today is a well-trained and organized
    department with a very strong vision for the future.  We are able to provide early
    emergency cardiac defibrillation in the event of cardiac arrest, BLS emergency oxygen
    therapy,  Jaws of life vehicle extrication and patient stabilization, EMT standards of
    emergency medical care,  low angle rope rescue, basic wild land fire response and
    structure fire response. This is what your volunteers   provide for our community
    today,  just imagine what we will be able to provide tomorrow.
              Thank you friends and neighbors for believing in us we do this for you,  in
    hopes to make a positive difference within our community in which we live and serve.

    Sincerly,
    Kneeland Fire Protection District
    Fire Chief Rick Hardin