Welcome!

 
 
FIRE SEASON HAS STARTED
  • Be mindful of activities that may cause a spark.
  • Don't toss a cigarette out your window when you're driving or onto the ground when you're outside.
  • Make sure your chains aren't dragging when towing.
  • As always, make sure you have a permit prior to performing a controlled burn, check the weather forecast the day you plan to burn and that you have a way to put your burn out quickly.
  • If you are near a wildfire, DO NOT FLY YOUR DRONES - all firefighting aircraft in the area have to stop what they're doing and land if you do (plus it's illegal and yes, you WILL be caught).
BURN BAN IN EFFECT FOR THE SAINT DAVID AREA ON SUNDAY, JUNE 28TH FROM 12P-8P AND MONDAY, JUNE 29TH FROM 12P-8P.

This is due to greatly increased fire danger resulting from a weather system moving across the area.  This will result in high winds, high temperatures and low relative humidity.  This is known as a Red Flag Warning.

BURNING AT ANY TIME ON THE 28TH OR 29TH IS STRONGLY DISCOURAGED, HOWEVER IF YOU DO, BE SURE YOUR BURN IS OUT AND COMPLETELY COLD TO THE TOUCH (PUT YOUR HAND IN THE ASHES) PRIOR TO 12P EACH DAY.

The ban will be revisited if the National Weather Service modifies or cancels the Warning.



DUE TO CURRENT EVENTS, PERMITS ARE NO LONGER BEING ISSUED IN PERSON.
PLEASE VISIT THE LINK BELOW TO APPLY ONLINE.



ALERT Insurance Agents ALERT
Please visit District Coverage Map to determine your policy holder's coverage.
We currently have no way to indicate hydrant coverage.
Current insurance rating: 5y

The Saint David Fire District is made up of a special breed of men and women; individuals who understand the true meaning of service to their community.

These fine people volunteer their time, and often their money, to help keep their friends and neighbors safe.  Without a second thought they place their lives in danger at a moment's notice to come to the aid of someone in need.  Serving 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, these fine individuals will leave their families in the middle of the night to head into dangers unknown.

Some types of calls they respond to include structure fires, wildland fires, vehicle fires, automobile accidents, all types of rescues, snake removal, and medical calls ranging from broken bones to cardiac arrests.

Many have taken their personal time to obtain EMT, Paramedic, Wildland 1 & 2, Fire Fighter 1 & 2 and different types of Instructor certifications.  Some of these require up to a year of training to obtain.  Once again, they do all of this for no compensation!

Our community is blessed to have such dedicated, brave and willing citizens protecting us!