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Run/Call Information

MONTHLY CALLS FOR SERVICE

 

 
  2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
January 88 64 77 88 87 51
February 76 96 71 71 81 57
March 66 78 82 72 60 60
April 81 73 76 87 72 60
May 74 65 52 70 79 54
June 87 108 91 73 60 53
July 81 71 83 95 78 67
August 95 92 121 74 82 71
September 70 90  87 93 74 51
October 89 73  66 78 95 52
November -- 61 75  74 74 68
December -- 79 86  107 54 57
Total 807 951 967 982 896

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Current Run Stats Through October 2018:

Average response time to incidents City-wide: 5.78 minutes from the time of dispatch to the first unit arriving on scene.
31 automatic mutual aid responses for fires outside of the City. Auto-aid was brought in 6 times. We provided mutual aid for EMS to our mutual aid departments 51 times. 
There have been 129 back-to-back simultaneous incidents in the City.
Our busiest time block for calls for service is 1200-1800 (272).
EMS calls for service make up 82% of our calls for service.
Fires, false alarms, still alarms, and good intent type codes make up the remaining 18%
424 EMS patient transports.
2018 Fire Dollar Loss: $233,900
Our part-time 24/7 Medic unit has been staffed around the clock since January 1, 2012.
This unit is staffed by any combination of two EMTs or Paramedics 24/7.
64% of the time, Medic 80 has been staffed by Paramedics.

2018 Fire Scene Stats:
Working Fires*: 21
800 feet of 5" supply line used.
2,000 feet of attack line ran.
88 feet of ground ladders deployed.

2017 Fire Scene Stats:
Working Fires*: 21
2,650 feet of 5" supply line used.
5,650 feet of attack line ran.
10 water cans used for attack.
234 feet of ground ladders deployed.

2016 Fire Scene Stats:
Working Fires*: 42
1,700 feet of 5" supply line used.
2,250 feet of attack line ran.
200 feet of ground ladders deployed.

2015 Fire Scene Stats:
Working Fires*: 41
4,250 feet of 5" supply line used.
3,450 feet of attack line ran.
166 feet of ground ladders deployed.
25 gallons of water cans used.

*A working fire is documented when there's a confirmed fire in any type of residential occupancy or commercial building. Other types of fires are not counted here for these stats. These stats are strictly from working building or dwelling fires.


Revised: 11NOV18