Pinewood Fire District has made the decision to disconnect the Onmi-directional siren from the Thorgard Lightning Alert System. We have done this for a number of reasons. The first being that we have received numerous complaints from residents living near the siren and those using the playground area located near the fire station. Additionally, we […]
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Hot ashes are extremely dangerous. Many people assume the risk of fire disappears as the flames die down, but even after several days of your last fire the wood ashes retain enough heat to ignite a forest fire, house fire, or other combustible materials in your trash can if improperly disposed. Special steps need to […]
Mission Statement The mission of the Pinewood Fire Department is to provide protection of life, property, and the environment from the effects of fires, medical emergencies, and hazards. We engage the community in our mission through progressive community outreach. We will maintain a constant state of readiness to respond to all requests for services through […]