Kneeland Volunteer
Fire  Protection District
Kneeland, California, 95549  707-442-3252 messages only
Recent Calls And
Jaws Extrication
Engine  8911 Pumper-800 gal. water.
Structure and  Wildland Fires
4X4 MINI-Pumper  Attack 8946
300 Gal. Water / Foam - Wildland fires,
Medical -Aid, Vehicle accidents
Water Tender 8962- 2200 Gal. Water
Has 2000 gal. Portable drop tank..
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Kneeland Fire Emergency calls for 2017!

Kneeland Fire Emergency calls for 2017---01/01/2017 Traffic Collision (Roll-Over) over embankment with entrapment Mountain View Rd. 6 miles from Heli-Tac 01/02/2017 Hazardous Conditions Foss Rd. powerlines down tree across rd. - 01/07/2017 EMS Medical Aid 1000 block Tim Mullen Rd. - 01/09/2017 EMS Medical Aid 5000 block Kneeland Rd. - 01/21 Electrical Hazardous condition 3600 Greenwood Hgts. Rd 02/02 Large debris fire out of control 5600 block Kneeland Rd. 03/06 Medical emergency, altered level of consciousness in vehicle near Kneeland Post Office, - 03/22 Medical Emergency, breathing problem 5800 block Mountain View Rd. Kneeland 03/24 6000 block Greenwood Hgts. Rd. residential smoke alarm laundry room fire, - 03/29 Medical Emergency broken hip McGlosket Rd. Kneeland, - 03/30 Structure Fire fully involved Tim Mullen Rd. Kneeland, - 03/31 Medical Emergency person not alert Burke Ln. Kneeland,- 04/01 Smoke Check Shale Ln off Greenwood Hgts. Rd. , - 04/05 Medical Emergency cardiac arrest 7000 block Kneeland Rd. 04/07 Smoke alarm activation 1700 block Barry Rd. PWM Tower, - 04/07 Smoke alarm activation 1700 Barry Rd. 04/10 Smoke alarm 1700 block Barry rd. PWM Tower, - 04/26 Green Road Kneeland Cardiac Eamergency,- 05/06 Hazardous Conditions 4000 block Greenwood Hgts.,- 05/13 Hazardous Conditions tree across road 5000 block Greenwood Hgts.,- 05/20 Medical aid 200 block Barry Road,- 06/05 Medical Aid unconsious pt. 100 block Green Road Kneeland,- 06/22 Two unresponsive patients in vehicle at Mad River Bridge,- 08/05 Medical Aid unresponsive male pt. near Maple Creek School - 08/06 Medical Aid cardiac 1000 block Tim Mullen Rd.- 08/08 6000 block Kneeland Road Vehicle accident pickup VRS power pole - 08/10 Medical Aid 4000 Block Kneeland rd.- 08/21 3000 block Greenwood Hgts. Rd Medical Aid 74 Year old male chest pains- 9/10 Vehicle Fire reported near old Kneeland Post Office - 9/27 Vegetation Fire 5000 block Kneeland Rd. Fire result of power lines down, consumed about 1/4 acre ......
    A message from the KFPD Chief.
    On behalf of the Kneeland Volunteer Firefighters and  Board of
    Directors.. “Thank you”  voters and property owners,  for  your
    overwhelming  support  by voting and approving Measure “L” on
    June 3rd 2014.  
              The Kneeland Volunteer Fire Department today is a well-trained and organized
    department with a very strong vision for the future.  Thanks to you and our trained
    volunteer firefighters  we are able to provide  emergency cardiac defibrillator response,
    BLS emergency oxygen therapy,  Jaws of life vehicle extrication,  patient stabilization,
    EMT standards of emergency medical care,  low angle rope rescue, structure fire and
    wild land fire response. This is what your volunteers   provide for our community
    today,  just imagine what we will be able to provide tomorrow.
              Thank you friends and neighbors for believing in us we do this for you,  in
    hopes to make a positive difference within our community in which we live and serve.

    Kneeland Fire Protection District
    Fire Chief - Rick Hardin  
Engine 8912 Pumper- 500 Gal. Water
Structure and Wildland fires

NOTICE: Kneeland Fire Protection District - Board of Directors MEETING
The Kneeland Fire Protection Districts next regular board meeting is scheduled for
2/26/2018 to be held at the Kneeland School at 6:PM.
All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
2017 - Burn Permit Information:  As of July 10th, 2017 Cal-Fire has SUSPENDED all outdoor burn permits for
Humboldt including the Kneeland area until further notice.....   
When the suspension is released usually October or November after a good wetting rain fall.
Before burning be sure to find out if it is a permissive burn day and have required permits.  
While burning outdoors may be the most convenient way to get rid of landscape debris, extra caution is required
  •     to ensure a wildfire is not sparked. Follow these tips:

  • Only dry, natural, vegetative material such as leaves, pine needles and tree trimmings that originated on the
property may be burned.
  • Burning household garbage is NOT allowed.
  • Piles will be no larger than four (4) feet in diameter.
  • Provide clearance around the pile that is ten (10) feet in diameter by removing all material that will burn, down to
    bare mineral soil.
  • Have a water source on hand such as a charged garden hose or a minimum of a five (5) gallon backpack, pump
    type water extinguisher.
  • Responsible adult needs to be in attendance at all times.
  • NEVER burn on windy days.
The Kneeland Volunteer Fire Department
Now taking applications for VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS.
Chiefs / Duty Truck 8900 - Quick  Response,  
Medical-Aid. plus-100 Gal water / porta-pump
100' fire hose. Command Vehicle