Kelseyville Fire Protection District

Kelseyville Fire CFD Staffing

Kelseyville Fire CFD Staffing

Kelseyville Fire CFD Staffing Kelseyville Fire Protection District (the “District”) is considering forming a Fire Community Facilities District (“CFD”) to not only finance a fire station in the Soda Bay corridor but also to fund increased Fire and EMS services. One of the items that the proposed CFD would address would be expanding the staffing to support the services provided. In this post, CivicMic shares information about the Kelseyville Fire CFD staffing increase if the CFD is approved. Currently, the District has two fires stations (Station 55 and Station 56) and 18 total employees consisting of firefighters, EMTs, paramedics, engineers, …

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Second Kelseyville FPD meeting slides

Second Kelseyville FPD Meeting Slides

CivicMic and the Kelseyville Fire Protection District hosted a second virtual Kelseyville FPD meeting on June 9, 2021, via (Zoom) and telephone, to further discuss the proposed Fire Community Facilities District as a potential funding solution for the construction of a new fire station which would be centrally located in Soda Bay Corridor, as well as staffing for the station and new equipment. In this post, CivicMic shares the second Kelseyville FPD meeting slides and video. Second Kelseyville FPD Meeting Slides (Click on any slide below to zoom in.  Hover the mouse pointer over any slide to stop.) Presentation by …

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Second Kelseyville FPD Meeting Agenda

Second Kelseyville FPD Meeting Agenda

CivicMic and the Kelseyville Fire Protection District are hosting the second Kelseyville FPD meeting virtually, via (Zoom) and telephone, on Wednesday, June 9th at 6:00 PM (PST) to discuss the proposed Fire Community Facilities District (“CFD”), survey results, and the formation process. In this post, CivicMic shares the second Kelseyville FPD meeting agenda. Click here for instructions on how to join the meeting. Up-to-date information on the process will be posted at https://www.civicmic.com/category/kelseyville-fpd/. To secure your spot and receive the telephone and Zoom login information a few days prior to the meeting please click here to RSVP. If you are …

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Second Kelseyville FPD Meeting

How to Join the Second Kelseyville FPD Meeting

CivicMic and the Kelseyville Fire Protection District are hosting the second Kelseyville FPD meeting virtually, via (Zoom) and telephone, on Wednesday, June 9th at 6:00 PM (PST) to discuss the proposed formation of a Fire Community Facilities District (“CFD”) to finance the construction of a fire station and fund the ongoing operations and maintenance of certain Fire and EMS services in the Soda Bay corridor area. To learn more about the proposed Kelseyville Fire CFD or CFDs in general, click the links below: Community Meeting 1: Presentation Slides Community Meeting 1: Video FAQ About Kelseyville Fire CFD Introduction to Community …

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Second Kelseyville FPD Survey

Second Kelseyville FPD Survey

In this post, CivicMic shares the Second Kelseyville FPD Survey regarding the proposed formation of a Community Facilities District (“CFD”).  The Kelseyville Fire Protection District (“District”) has been contemplating the formation of a Fire CFD to finance improvements, maintenance, and ongoing operations of certain Fire and EMS services in the Soda Bay corridor. These services include: Fire Station Fire and EMS Equipment Staffing CivicMic sent out an initial survey to determine community interest in these additional services. The District and CivicMic then hosted a virtual community meeting on April 29, 2021, in order to inform Kelseyville residents about this potential …

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Kelseyville Fire CFD FAQ

Kelseyville Fire CFD FAQ

Kelseyville Fire Protection District is considering forming a Fire Community Facilities District (“CFD”) to fund various Fire and EMS services. In an effort to adequately inform the residents of Kelseyville about this collaborative governance process, CivicMic provides answers to the most common questions asked by survey respondents through the Kelseyville Fire CFD FAQ below.   Kelseyville Fire CFD FAQ   Why is Kelseyville Fire Protection District proposing the creation of a Fire Community Facilities District (“CFD”) and what would it fund? A: Kelseyville FPD is proposing the creation of a Fire CFD to finance a new fire station, salaries for …

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