Mayfield Fire District No. 2
The Mayfield Fire District is committed to serving the residents and visitors of the district with prompt and professional service. The district provides services for fire prevention and extinguishment, emergency medical services (EMS), confined space rescue, vehicle extrication, cold water rescue, and other emergency services as needed.
Currently the Department consists of 38 members. Of the 43 members, 22 are qualified for interior attacks. What this means to the layman is that these people will put on an air pack and enter a burning building for the purpose of fire suppression and/or search and rescue operations. The department also currently has 11 members who are EMS certified and are able to provide Basic Life Support services. These people handle all sorts of medical emergencies to include medical and trauma related problems.
The Department responded to 407 emergency calls in 2015.
The Mayfield Fire District Number 2 is currently accepting applications for new members. Please contact the Chief or stop by the firehouse on any Monday night to receive an application.
2016 Election Results
January 10, 2016
The Fire District held their annual election for the postion of fire commissioner on December 8, 2015. The result of the election welcomes Peter Wilcox back to another term on the Board of Commissioners. His term will run from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2020. He will serve will fellow board members Jim Yager, Tush Nikollaj, Norman Stahl and Lisa Penge. The Board will hold their Organizational Meeting on January 13, 2016 at 6:00 pm. At that time, a monthly date for their board meeting will be decided and other annual appointments and designations.
The public is welcome to attend.
January 10, 2016
The Mayfield Board of Commissioners adopted the 2016 Budget at a meeting held in November, 2015. The full content of the budget is located under the link for the page ANNUAL BUDGET. The Board adopted a budget that stayed within the tax cap recommended by the State and continues to allow for the replacement of equipment.
January 14, 2015
The Mayfield Board of Commissioners adopted the 2015 Budget at a meeting held in November, 2014. The full content of the budget is located under the link for the page ANNUAL BUDGET. The Board adopted a budget that stayed within the 2% cap recommended by the State.
Presbyterian Church Fire
Fleet of Trucks
Mayfield Fire Department
Truck 813,812 and 841
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