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As part of our strategic planning process, the District surveyed our citizens in 2013 regarding expectations for ambulance service within the District.  This short survey was designed to capture public perception on ambulance staffing, station location, and response times.  The results of this survey are attached below.

We wish to thank everyone who has taken the time to provide their opinions regarding the District.  Your voice is critical as we strive to  meet, and exceed, the expectations of our citizens.

The CAFD conducted a name change survey and asked citizens from throughout the entire region their opinions over the last two months.  Respondents have replied in support of the District's current name by over 90%.

We wish to thank everyone who took the time to complete this survey.  Input from our communities, and stakeholders throughout the region is a large part of our success as an organization.  You can find the survey results attached to this post.

Thank you.

April 21- 25, 2014 is Severe Weather Awareness Week.  Take the time to learn about severe weather and how to prepare yourself and your family before an emergency.  Clicke Here to access the Minesota Department of Public Safety Webiste on Severe Weather.

Friday, April 25, 2014
 

District Fire Chief

Kevin M. Schroeder

Cloquet Weather

34°
°F | °C
Light Snow
Humidity: 93%
3 mph
Thu
Rain/Snow Showers
32 | 36
0 | 2
Fri
Rain/Snow Showers
29 | 50
-1 | 10