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PLEASE BE ADVISED TIME CHANGE FOR THE GARAGE SALE MAY 18TH TO 9:30 AM

We are pleased to have Shelly Harnden, RFT Wildfire Technician, 100 Mile Fire Zone, Cariboo Fire Centre come and put on her FireSmart presentation. She will start at 10:00 am and it is approximately 1 1/2 Hours. Very interesting and I recommend anyone who wants to firesmart their property to attend. SGLVFD will also have a booth on hand to assist property owners.

If you have anything to donate to the fire hall please contact Roger at 250-456-7755 to arrange pickup.

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South Green Lake Volunteer Fire Department

Wildfires are a top hazard in BC. If one threatens your home, you may need to leave quickly – that’s when your grab-and-go bags will be invaluable.

Build one for each member of your household that includes both basic and personalised items. Find a complete list of what to pack at bit.ly/2UTy9qz

You can also help prevent wildfires by:

• Checking for bans and restrictions
• Never leaving a campfire unattended
• Ensuring your campfire is completely out and ashes cool to the touch before you leave an area

Learn more about preparing for wildfires: bit.ly/2Lk8ItO

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South Green Lake Volunteer Fire Department

Welcome to Emergency Preparedness Week!

EP Week is an annual opportunity to take action and get prepared for the hazards you face.

This year, PreparedBC is getting back to basics with a focus on three steps: knowing the hazards, making a plan and building a kit.

Follow along all week to learn how you can get ready: www.facebook.com/events/2338674016195533/

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Archive for January 2012

Fire Practice

Fire Practice today at 10:00 AM.

Fire Practice Reminder

Fire Practice

10:00 AM

Saturday, January 7

Happy New Year!

It’s hard to believe that 2011 is over!

Quite a lot has happened over the past year! Click on the titles to take you to the photo albums with more photos.

Some highlights:

 

New Building

We started construction of our new building for the firetrucks. Aaron Burwell and his crew at Wilderness Custom Homes do a great job at putting up the building. There is still quite a bit to do, but it is getting done by a small group of dedicated volunteers under the direction of our Acting Fire Chief, Dale Dyck. We have some siding that still needs to get done, but we will probably wait until Spring to finish it. Inside we still have some panelling to put up, and there is some temporary heat to make it easier to work inside.

The next project will be permanent heat and then the last item will be the floor which is a large part of our building budget.

 

New Truck

The next item is the new (to us) 1994 Superior Pumper Truck that we purchased from Kamloops in November. It was an unplanned purchase that presented itself and it was too good to pass up. This enables us to have at least one truck less than 20 years old for our underwriters certification. It will provide added support to our existing pumper truck and it will be very nice in the winter as the rear cab is totally enclosed. Riding in an open cab in subzero temperatures will make anyone appreciate a warm cab! We decided to use part of the building fund for the purchase of the truck so our building has slowed down right now, but the truck is in its new home! The new building was required as the trucks now are taller and longer than what our old building could accommodate. Inside the building it is very large, but when the new truck is parked inside, it’s very easy to see how large these trucks are now.

 

Prescription

The last major item is the approval of the wildfire prescription that currently is happening right now. The prescription is the clearing and burning of beetle kill trees from about Access 7 to just about the Snowmobile Clubhouse in behind the properties. This was decided on by Forestry. We were disappointed that it didn’t cover a larger area, but we hope there will be future prescriptions to extend from Access 7 to the end of South Green Lake Road. Part of the funding for the prescription is that we have to provide 25% of the funding (which is about $20,000) as in-kind labour for burning the piles that the faller’s create. There are no machines allowed in the area so all of the falling is done by hand. We have already been out to start burning but there is an incredible amount of fuel there. We have to follow the burning rules which include checking the Venting Index on the BC Air Quality website.

 

Wishing everyone a Prosperous New Year!

 

 

Upcoming Events
  • June 4, 2019
    OH&S Meeting for Firefighters
    6:30 pm-
  • June 8, 2019
    Fire Practice
    9:00 am-12:00 pm
  • June 22, 2019
    Playbook (TBD)
    9:00 am-12:00 pm
  • July 2, 2019
    OH&S Meeting for Firefighters
    6:30 pm-
  • August 3, 2019
    Community Day
    11:00 am-1:00 pm
  • September 3, 2019
    OH&S Meeting for Firefighters
    6:30 pm-
  • October 1, 2019
    OH&S Meeting for Firefighters
    6:30 pm-
  • November 5, 2019
    OH&S Meeting for Firefighters
    6:30 pm-
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Forest Fires

To report a wildfire or unattended campfire, call *5555 on your cellphone or toll-free 1-800-663-5555.

70 Mile Transfer Station Hours
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Mar 1 - Oct 31

(Summer Hours):

 

Saturday: 8-4

Sunday: 8-4

Monday: 8-4

Tuesday: 8-4

Wednesday: 8-4

Thursday: Closed

Friday: Closed

 

 

Nov 1 - Feb 28

 (Winter Hours):

 

Saturday: 8-4

Sunday: 8-4

Monday: 8-4

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 8-4

Thursday: Closed

Friday: Closed

 

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