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Fire Danger - Rising
The fire danger for our area is currently on the rise. With the predicted rains for late May failing to materialize, fire season is here. So please take care. After the long damp winter and some areas still remaining moist, it is easy to forget that all it may take is one little mistake to start the next big one.

Time To Start Your 100 Foot Fire Clearance
Just a reminder that it is time to start work on your 100 foot fire clearance.

Back Yard Burn Season 2015-2016 Ended On May 1st
The 2015-2016 back yard burn season ended on May 1st. If weather permits it will resume again on Dec.1 2016. Burn permits will be available online again on Nov. 1 2016.

How To Obtain A Monterey County House Number
For those of you who do not have an official county address, it is a very simple and inexpensive process to get one. Simply click this link Address Request Form. This will open a new window and the form is in PDF format. Fill out the form which includes the assessors parcel number and include a check for $51. The road department assurred me that if your situation is unique (most of the canyon) you can include a hand drawn map so they can assure they assign a proper address. Your fire brigade has been working hard with the county to understand our unique situation.

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Welcome to the Official Mid Coast Fire Brigade Web Site

The Mid-Coast Fire Brigade was officially organized in June of 1979 and is made up from community members who volunteer their time to provide fire and emergency medical services to our community. There are currently 16 fire fighters serving on the Mid-Coast Fire Brigade with three fire fighting apparatus. These volunteers have been trained in emergency medical intervention, including CPR, defibrillation, and firefighting skills. They meet twice a month to practice their skills; they are dedicated to provide you with the essential services of fire and life safety you deserve.

However, as with most organizations, the organization is only as good as its weakest link, without the support of the community, the Fire Brigade cannot exist.

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