Along with the opportunity to make a difference within the community, a career in Fire Rescue offers stability and growth potential. The 56-hour per week firefighter's work assignment consist of working one 24-hour tour of duty and off duty for 48 hours.
This is a non-paid volunteer program designed for both certified firefighting personnel and civilian personnel. Reserves provide citizens with a variety of administrative duties to actual firefighting duties which reduce property loss caused by fire, hazardous situations, injuries, deaths, and other emergencies.
This program allows young people ages 14 to 20 to learn about the many aspects involved within the fire service. Members participate in training classes, community events, department drills, trips, competitions and will ride along with Fire Rescue crews.