A professional volunteer fire department takes the time to drill on a regular basis. We simply cannot walk into the firehouse and pretend we are ready - we need to actually be ready. One of the keys to being ready is regular and pertinent training. Even though we are volunteers, the citizens in our hometown expect us to be skilled and proficient and prepared to handle their emergency. Remember, the fire doesn't treat volunteer firefighters any differently than paid firefighters.
Training is held every Wednesday evening from 19:00 to 22:00 hours.
- November 20 - KFFA Dinner Meeting
- November 27 -
- December 4th - Keyes Fire Christmas Dinner (no training)
- December 11th - Training
- December 18th - Training
- December 25th - No Training
- January 1st - No Training
TRAINING ROAD CLOSURE:
Occasionally you will notice we have the end of Maud Rd closed while we are training. Please remember to drive safely.
IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD:
When you see us out driving through your neighborhood, please wave! We are happy to wave back! We may be out training or returning from a call. Twice a year we perform fire hydrant inspections. This usually involves opening the hydrant, and ensuring that the hydrant has adequate water.