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Clay Springs Pinedale Fire


The Clay Springs Pinedale Volunteer Fire Department

is a fire district whose board and personnel

are committed to providing Life Safety,

Incident Stabilization and Loss Control

through quick response and mitigation of

fire, medical, vehicular, and other emergencies when

dispatched for the protection of the residents and

visitors within its jurisdiction.


About Our FireBoard

Current Fire District Board Members – To contact the Fire Board, please call Pinedale Fire Station 610 during normal working office hours. For further details on how to contact your FireBoard please see the Public Notice of Board Hours 2019.

Bob Quackenbush – Board Chairman

Mike Neill -Secretary

Joe Holyoak -Board Member

David Flores – Treasurer

Sue Hileman – Board Member


Our Fire Personnel

A current list of our active volunteer firefighters. If you or someone you know are interested in volunteering please contact us for more information. Training held on the second, third, and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM. The public is always welcome to join. Please call station 610 for more details during normal business hours.

Bob Garvin                                      Fire Chief

Russ Turner                                    Assistant Chief

Coman Garvin                                Maintenance Coordinator

Starla Kizzar                                   Office Manager, EMS Captain, IT Support

Victoria Turner                               Training Officer

Terry Musil                                     Clay Springs Station Captain

Tom Blaine                                     Pinedale Station Captain

Emerald Kizzar

Debbie Bowsher

Barry Bunzel

Tom McAdams

Champ Garvin

Cory Garvin

Brittany Hunsaker

Brian Maxwell

Derric Crandall

Aaron Rexroat

Kyle Rexroat

Will Sloan

Karah Adams

Red Shirt Program

 Our Red Shirt Program is a Junior firefighter training program open to community-minded young adults who wish to help out within their community. Come learn about what it takes to be a firefighter. Red Shirts learn valuable firefighting, ems, and adulting skills that will help them transition into valuable members of society. Open to young adults ages 16 to 18 who are currently enrolled in school and maintaining good grades throughout the school year. Red Shirts must have parental or guardian permission to join. For more information please contact Starla Kizzar or Chief Garvin.

Erica Adams

Angel Vogahn

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