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EMT Refresher Course

Morrisville Fire Protection District will be hosting an EMT refresher course on February 23rd and 24th, 8am to 8pm.  The cost for this course will be $50, payable to Morrisville Fire Protection District. Flyer Attached.

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Design our new patch!

Morrisville Fire Protection District is considering new patch designs, and we want to see your ideas! What are we looking for? Great question! We’d like something that is simple and can look professional in both color and black and white. … Continue reading

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2015 Membership Dues Notice

We hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday season.  With the start of 2015, it is now time to pay fire department membership dues again.  Notices have been mailed, but if you have lost your notice or for some … Continue reading

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Proposed Tax District Information Available

Information about the proposed tax district measure on the April 2015 ballot is now available under our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Quint 315 Loan Paid Off Early!

Quint 315, Morrisville Fire and Rescue’s engine and aerial device housed in Station 4, has been paid off 1 year early! The membership approved a loan to purchase this truck in October of 2010, which has been paid in full … Continue reading

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Basic Firefighter Skills, Fall 2014

This course will be scheduled for 40 hours to include 9 evening sessions, with 1 make-up class as needed, and one Saturday skills day. The curriculum includes classroom instruction and 37 practical skill sets throughout the presentation. Candidates successfully completing … Continue reading

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Emergency Medical Responder Class, December 2013

Morrisville Fire and Rescue’s Medical Trainer is planning to offer an Emergency Medical Responder (First Responder) class starting in December. This class is more involved than a First Aid or CPR class, requiring approximately 40+ hours of classroom time. If … Continue reading

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Basic Firefighter Skills, Fall 2012

This course will be scheduled for 40 hours to include 8 evening sessions, with 1 make-up class as needed, and one Saturday skills day. The curriculum includes classroom instruction and 37 practical skill sets throughout the presentation. Candidates successfully completing … Continue reading

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Polk County Burn Ban Lifted

The burn ban in Polk county has been lifted.  Please remember to burn carefully under supervision, and keep a method of extinguishing the fire available.  

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