The Fire Department responded to 2,121 calls for service in 2014, or an average of 5.81 calls per day. The "on duty shift" of two or three fulltime firefighters responded to 2,068 of those calls, or 97.5%, with no requests for additional assistance. The part-time firefighters and off duty fulltime personnel were paged 20 times, or .94% of the time for assistance in 2014, and off-duty personnel were called for "station staffing" 33 times, or 1.56% of the time because the on-duty shift was not available for other calls.
|Type of Call ||No. of Calls ||% of Total |
|Fire Calls ||212 ||9.99% |
|Rescue Calls ||104 ||4.90% |
|Medical Calls ||1,505 ||70.96% |
|Hazard Calls ||22 ||1.04% |
|Public Assists ||74 ||3.49% |
|Carbon Monoxide ||21 ||.99% |
|Gas Leaks ||39 ||1.84% |
|Cancelled Calls ||144 ||6.79% |
|2014 Total Calls ||2,221 ||100% |
- Monthly Statistics — 4/1/2015
- The monthly statistics show a breakdown of the types of incidents the Fire Department responded to.
The Incident Totals and Call Backs spreadsheet provides statistics on all of the incidents combined.
The City and Rural Calls spreadsheet provides a statistical breakdown of city vs. rural area incidents.
The Fire Incidents spreadsheet provides statistics on fire incidents, mutual aid incidents, and the total $ loss of city and rural fires.