ISO Rating: 2
The Clark County Fire Department has an ISO Rating 2 for all its paid, urban stations. Rural stations have different ratings depending on a station. To find out information on a particular station including its ISO rating, go to Rural Stations Map and click on a station number.
If you would like more information, please call our Administration Office at (702) 455-7311.
The Clark County Fire Department has an Average Response Time for the 1st arriving unit of 7 minutes & 34 seconds. Response Time is the time from the call is received to the moment a unit arrives at the scene of an incident.
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Placement and spacing of fire hydrants in Clark County is in accordance with the Clark County Fire Code and NFPA guidelines and are as follows:
- Fire hydrants are placed at all intersections.
- In residential areas of one- and two-family dwellings, hydrants are spaced not to exceed 500 feet, or 600 feet if buildings are protected by approved automatic fire sprinkler systems.
- In all commercial, industrial, and multi-family residential areas hydrants are spaced not to exceed 300 feet or 400 feet if buildings are protected by approved automatic fire sprinkler systems.
- The minimum number of fire hydrants is determined based on the required fire flow. One hydrant is provided for every 1,500 G.P.M of fire flow.
- Fire hydrants on adjacent properties are not considered unless fire apparatus access roads extend between properties and easements are established to prevent obstruction of such roads and a written contractual agreement exists.
- When a street has a high degree of traffic volume, all hydrants being utilized to deliver fire flow to a development are located on the same side of the street as the development.