We’d like to remind everyone that when you empty your fireplace ashes, do so into a metal can and allow them to sit in a safe outdoor space for a week before adding them to your trash. The home you save could be your own and your local trash service appreciates your efforts, too. ~ Indian Hills Fire Rescue
Indian Hills Fire Protection District – IHFR
Monday night about 11:30 across from the Indian hills community center. Unknown cause. Community very lucky, as strong winds have been blowing now for a few days. Everything is so dry.
THANK YOU goes out to our Indian Hills Volunteer Firefighters!!
Please be careful out there.
Want to learn more about becoming a volunteer firefighter for Indian Hills: https://www.ihfr.org/copy-of-how-to-become-a-firefighter
Fire District Collaboration and Merger Initiative – as reported within the Indian Hills Fire Protection District Board Meeting Minutes from November 2020:
The board decided to support Elk Creek and Inter-Canyon analysis of service provision analytics
which will generate a report that identifies the pros and cons and gaps to fill. After further
discussion, Director Marc Rosenberg made the motion to participate in the collaboration analysis with
costs up to $6,000. Director Kelley Lehman seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.
Up to $6,000 of tax payer funds to be used in collaboration analysis of merging Fire Districts.
If you want to know more, recommend getting involved and attending the IHFPD Board of Directors public meetings. Meeting schedule is found at: https://www.ihfr.org/2016-board-meeting-schedule with actual meeting time and Zoom information posted: https://www.ihfr.org/
Reference for all of IHFR Meeting Minutes: https://www.ihfr.org/board-meeting-minutes