There were a total of 164 alarm situations between the fire and EMS. 126 of those calls were for emergency medical incidents and 10 were medical assists. Emergency crews responded to 1 combustible spill, an electrical wiring problem, 2 vehicle fires, 3 natural vegetation fires, 2 unintentional system operations and three structure fires. Other calls in March included being dispatched and cancelled en route 11 times, 2 false alarms, 2 public service assistance calls, and a single call for other service.
There were a total of 1,084 hours of training in March including Search & Rescue, Fire Behavior and Obstetrics and Pediatric Emergencies.