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Mulvane Fire assists Sedgwick County FD with a Baler and
More pictures here!
Mulvane Fire & EMS Station #2
featured in Firehouse Magazine!
Read the article here:
In Quarters: Mulvane, Kan., Station 2
Mulvane Emergency Services opened Station 2, a
7,500-square-foot Fire & EMS substation earlier in 2014.
Emergency Fire Equipment in
Mayfield Kansas is currently working to convert our old
F-550 Rescue 407 into a new Brush Truck.
- The conversion
includes adding a new bed, toolboxes, 400 gallon water tank,
front bumper spray nozzles, front TFT turrent, Hale
Foamlogic system and all new LED lighting.
Both Rescue 407 and Pickup 405 have been retired!
Times for discharging fireworks in Mulvane.
June 27th - July 4th
8 am until 10 pm June 29th thru July 2nd.
8 am until Midnight June 27th & 28th, July 3rd & 4th.
Fireworks may only be discharged on private property.
Shooting fireworks off in the streets or parks is illegal.
In Sedgwick County you may shoot Fireworks off July 1st thru
July 4th from 8 am until midnight.
List of sale dates & shooting times for Sedgwick County.
Fireworks may be possessed and discharged in the
unincorporated areas of Sumner County from 8:00 a.m. to
12:00 midnight on July 1st through July 4th.
Provided, however, the discharge of fireworks shall be on
property owned by the person (s) so discharging, or owned by
the immediate family thereof.
Rescue 410 featured in Firehouse Magazine!
Read article here!
The most read feature article this week: 6/29/14
Auto-aid to Derby Fire Rescue
on a house fire.
KWCH News Article
2014 New Member class
inducted into the department!
(L-R) FF Jaman Rogers, FF Kathy Rogers, FF Doug Wilson Jr., FF/EMT Megan DeVries, Lt. Jason Mundell
T/O, FF/EMT Skyeler Reynolds, & Lt. Kyle Gasaway.
KUFST Firefighter 1
Mulvane Fire Rescue will be hosting Haz-mat Awareness, Haz-mat
Ops & Firefighter 1 classes starting July 16th. This
class will meet Wednesday nights and maybe a few Saturdays.
FF-1 Class should be over sometime in December. Sign up thru
http://kufire.ku.edu/class-details?aid=4199 Haz-mat Ops
http://kufire.ku.edu/class-details?aid=4200 Fire Fighter 1
Mike Fells will be the lead instructor, he may be contacted at
2014 New Member probie class!
(L-R) Lt. Kyle Gasaway, FF/EMT Skyeler Reynolds, FF Kathy
Rogers, FF/EMT Megan DeVries, FF Doug Wilson Jr., FF Jaman
Rogers, Lt. Jason Mundell
Some pictures of new Station #2.
More photos here!
State Burn Ban in effect
for the City of Mulvane, Butler County, Sedgwick County and Cowley County.
Kansas Administrative Regulation (K.A.R.)
28-19-645a, Open Burning Restrictions
for Certain Counties During the Month of
April, is a new regulation in support of
the State of Kansas Flint Hills Smoke
Management Plan (SMP) that was formally
adopted by the Kansas Department of
Health and Environment (KDHE) on
December 29, 2010.
Burning that will continue to be allowed
in these counties during April include
agricultural burning related to the
management of prairie or grasslands
(range or pasture management) and
conservation reserve program (CRP)
burning activities. Restricted
activities include burning of materials
such as land clearing debris, crop
residues, construction debris, fire
fighter training burns, and yard waste.
Existing exemptions in K.A.R.
28-19-647(a)(1) and (a)(2) have been
retained in the proposed new regulation
as K.A.R. 28-19-645a(b)(2) and allow for
the following: (1) open burning on a
residential premise containing five or
less dwelling units and incidental to
the normal habitation of the dwelling
units; and (2) open burning for cooking
or ceremonial purposes on public or
private lands regularly used for
recreational purposes. Other exemptions
may be considered on a case-by-case
basis for certain activities, of which
the burning of storm debris would be a
good example of a possible qualifying
Burn activities not
explicitly exempted in the new
regulation will be subject to review and
approval by the KDHE. Any proposed burn
activity must be proven to be necessary,
to be in the public interest, and not to
be prohibited by any local government or
local fire authority.
April burn activities involving
nonagricultural land clearing debris and
construction debris in Johnson,
Wyandotte, and Sedgwick counties will be
subject to review and approval by the
respective local authorities.
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Wednesday March 26th, 2014
Mulvane Fire & EMS Sub-station #2 is open for
business. Shown here staffed with E-403 and A-452.
First run out of the new station was less than 24 hours later,
an EMS call early Thursday morning.
Mulvane Community Blood Drive on Saturday,
March 29th at St. Michael's Catholic Church from 9am -1pm. We
need more donors to sign up and donate and help us reach our
goal of collecting 25 pints of blood. Donors can call 1-800-Red
Cross to sign up.
Find and schedule a local blood drive here!
Grass fires continue due to dry conditions and
More Photos here!
Grain Engulfment training from Kansas
University Fire Service Training.
More Photos here!
Garry Brownlee, our department photographer!
Round haybale fire on
Superbowl Sunday. Fire appears to have been started by a passing
train in the same location of the January ROW fires.
More photos here!
Ice storms hits hard
on highways causing multiple rollover accidents.
More Pictures Here.
Dry conditions & windy
conditions are causing Red Flag warnings. Train started 7
different Right of Way fires between Mulvane and Udall.
Fire units from
Mulvane, Cowley County FD #4 (Udall), Sumner County FD #9 (Belle Plaine)
& Winfield assisted on the alarm.
Link to a web page
giving a shout out to Mulvane EMS!
Mulvane Fire & EMS - West substation #2 coming
along nicely. Should be open next month!