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Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Monday, June 13, 2016
Captain Mike Arvizo will be the Public Information Officer for media contacts regarding this event. He can be reached at (909)289-6679.
John Ruppert an SBFD Engineer, recently passed away on vacation out of state and will be returning to Ontario International Airport tomorrow 6/14/16 at approx. 1325 hours. He will be received by SBFD Honor Guard and Family. From there he will receive an escort to a mortuary in Sun City California. He is currently being watched over and escorted by 2 SBFD personnel in Salt Lake City Utah. For further information please contact Captain Arvizo at the above number.
Service times and location TBD
Friday, May 20, 2016
San Bernardino City and San Bernardino County Fire Departments to Conduct Controlled Burn on Little Mountain Monday May 23rd
Contacts: Battalion Chief Bob Evans , PIO Mike Arvizo, PIO Jason Serrano
Contact Number: (909) 384-5401, (909) 384-5286, (909)289-6679-PIO Arvizo
Location: Little Mountain Dr. just South of Kendall
The San Bernardino City and County Fire Departments will be conducting an organized live “Controlled Burn” on Little Mountain Dr., South of Kendall Dr., behind Shandin Hills Middle School on Monday May 23rd, 2016. All burning should occur between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The purpose of this burn is to provide both a buffer zone for future fire control while providing valuable training in wildland firefighting techniques.
“Controlled Burns” have proven to be very successful in protecting homes and property in Wildland/Urban Interface areas, in the event of an uncontrolled fire. These burns will only be conducted if favorable weather conditions are present on the day of the burn.
Firefighters urge residents to:
· Keep all doors and windows closed to minimize any inconvenience due to possible smoke.
· Stay out of the area and slow down if traveling on Little Mountain Dr. as fire department personnel will be actively working in the area.
· We anticipate no impact to Shandin Hills Middle School in regards to smoke.
The safety of citizens and property will continue to be our #1 priority before, during, and after the drill.