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Thursday, July 31, 2014
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July marks the onset of monsoon season and the concern for flash flooding. The Clark County Regional Flood Control District warns residents and motorists to take caution during this rainy season as sweeping waters can rise in a minutes.
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Thank you for visiting the Clark County Fire Department’s website.  I hope you find it very informative and easy to navigate. Whether you are a visitor to Las Vegas looking to learn about the department, or a business partner who regularly conducts business with us, we want to make sure that you can find the information you need on our website. 

Please take time to discover more about our department.  Explore the site by visiting the various links to the left and right.  These will provide additional information about the subjects you select.  Facts about the Clark County Fire Department, our command staff, a list of fire stations and how to request our presence at a community event are listed here.  You can also request incident reports online.  

If you are a business partner with the Clark County Fire Department such as a developer or a construction company please click on the following link to take you to the Clark County Building and Fire Prevention Bureau. If you are planning a special event, please contact our EMS Division at (702) 455-7311.

Thank you for taking the time to explore and become familiar with our site.  Please send us an email if you have any comments, concerns or suggestions to improve our site.

-Fire Chief Bertral Washington

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