Clear Lake Fire Department looking for more volunteer firefighters (AUDIO)

CLEAR LAKE — The Clear Lake Fire Department is looking for more volunteers. Clear Lake mayor Nelson Crabb says it’s a department that citizens take pride in and the department is looking to add to its membership.

“They do a wonderful job, they take great pride in the department. We as a city try to provide the necessary equipment for them, within budget of course. I think we’ve done a good job, and they’ve done a good job. If there’s anyone interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter, now is the time to get your application in.”

Volunteers must be at least 18 years old, live within two-and-a-half miles of the fire station, must have a driver’s license and pass a background check.

The department on Tuesday June 26th starting at 6 o’clock will be holding an informational program for potential volunteer firefighters at the fire station at 711 2nd Avenue North. It will include a tour and a few hands-on activities.

For more information you can head to the Clear Lake Fire Department’s Facebook page


Crabb made his comments during today’s “Ask the Mayor” program on KGLO, which you can listen to through the audio player below



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