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- Training Opportunities | North River Fire District TRT
Upcoming Training Opportunities 2023 FLUSAR Series Hosted by Team 636 Class Registration and Payment FLUSAR Water Search & Rescue - Swif twater Rescue Operations RN3273 & Technician RN3274 Two dates to choose from: Class #027 Ops & Tech July 31st - August 4th 2023 Class #028 Ops & Tech - August 21st - August 25th 2023 Tuition: $1,00 0.00 Click for more information and pre-reqs. Join Us for the Upcoming FLUSAR Class. Two Dates Offered - Pick One Today! FLUSAR Operations Level for Structural Collapse June 19-23 2023 0800 - 1700 RN3266 Course ID - 126108 $750.00 Vehicle Machinery Operations March 27-31 2023 RN3267 Not Currently Offered
- North River Fire District
Request for Proposals: Design Build for Fire Station No. 4 Download Packet Fire Assessment Rates We are currently upgrading our website's ADA compliance. Accessibility Information Impact Fees User Service Fee Schedule Thank you to our Community Partners Fire Prevention Code 2023 Fire Board Meeting Dates Meet Drew! Our Facility Therapy Dog courtesy of Southeastern Guidedogs Serve. Protect. Educate. About Us The Purpose of the North River Fire District is to Serve, Protect & Educate the Public. The Fire District Provides Fire & Rescue Serves to the Public within its Boundaries. Learn More Fire Prevention Learn More Class Registration Learn More Employment Opportunities Learn More Contact Us Primary Contact Phone: 941-721-6700 Fax: 941-721-6701 E-mail: email@example.com Administration Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday, 8 am to 4:30 pm Administration Offic es & Station 1 1225 14 th Avenue West Palmetto, Florida 34221 North River Station 2 823 49th Street East (Experimental Farm Road) Palmetto, Florida 34221 North River Station 3 3618 Cedar Street Ellenton, Florida 34222 North River Station 4 7498 U.S. 301 North Ellenton, Florida 34222 North River Station 5 9806 Gateway Boulevard Palmetto, Florida 34221 For a quicker response, please look under the tabs at the top, titled "Permitting" or "Prevention & Education" for commonly requested information. Thank you! For all other inquires please fill out the form below Send Thanks for submitting! Contact Us
- Impact Fees | nrfd
Impact Fees New Residential Dwelling $311.00 Commercial or Industrial Structures 5,000 square feet or less $600.00 Commercial or Industrial Structures 5,000 square feet or less incurs a $600.00 base fee. Add an additional .15 cents per square foot for any building over 5,000 sq. ft. New travel trailer or recreational park developments per lot or permitted space $78.00 Impact Fee Questions: Contact Us Here Resolution: Details on Impact Fees To make a payment for CITY OF PALMETTO Parcels only, please use the forms below. (County Parcels collected by Manate e County Building and Development ) Payment for Residential Payment for Commercial City of Palmetto Planning & Development Fire Fees The Fire Department review fees for planning and development projects within the City of Palmetto are payble directly to North River Fire District. Please select the following to make a payment. The General Development Plan (GDP) review fee is $250.00. The Final Site Plan (FSP) review fee is $250.00. For questions regarding CIty of Palmetto Development Fees, please contact: Kera Hill Planning Analyst at 941-723-4580 Ext. 2133 or firstname.lastname@example.org GDP / FSP Plan Review Payments
- Prevention & Education | nrfd
Fire Prevention Owner's Required Maintenance Touch a Truck / Station Tours Smoke Alarm Inspection & Testing Certification Resources for Frequently Asked Questions E-Scrap & Hazardous Waste Disposal Where to Dispose of Prescription Drugs Where to Dispose of Used Needles & Syringes Outdoor Burning Outdoor Cooking Please click on the following for the Division of Forestry Guidelines to outdoor burning Outdoor Burning Info
- Permitting | nrfd
Permit and Report Request Applications Permit Applications Conditionals Please Read Conditionals Before Applying for All Permits Permits for All New Installs Failed Install Re-Application Fireworks Display Special Event Permit Maintenance Environmental Assessment History of Inspections Fire Incident Smoke Alarm Inspection and Certification Standby Services / Fire Watch Upload Hydrant Flow Reports False Alarm Fines Payment Impact Fees & Plan Review Fees User Services Fee Schedule North River Fire Prevention Code Manatee County Gate Code Ordinance Report Requests Per the Fire Marshal's Request City of Palmetto Fees Resources
- Meeting Agendas and Minutes | nrfd
Fire Commission Meetings and Public Hearings Fire Commission meetings and public hearings are held at: North River Fire District Station 2 823 49th St. E. Palmetto, FL 34221 Date January 26, 2023 6 PM February 16, 2023 6 PM March 16, 2023 6 PM April 20, 2023 6 PM May 18, 2023 6 PM June 15, 2023 6 PM July 20, 2023 6 PM August 17, 2023 6 PM September 21, 2023 6 PM October 19, 2023 6 PM November 16, 2023 6 PM December 21, 2023 6 PM Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Public Hearing Board Meeting Board Meeting Public Hearing Public Hearing Hearing Continuance Board Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Agendas Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Resolutions 2023-01 2023-02 Date January 20, 2022 6 PM February 17, 2022 6 PM March 17, 2022 6 PM April 21, 2022 6 PM May 19, 2022 6 PM June 16, 2022 6 PM July 21, 2022 6 PM August 18, 2022 6 PM September 15, 2022 6 PM October 20, 2022 6 PM November 17, 2022 6 PM December 22, 2022 6 PM Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Public Hearing Board Meeting Board Meeting Public Hearing Public Hearing Hearing Continuance Board Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Agendas Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Meeting Cancelled Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Meeting Cancelled Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Date January 21, 2021 6 PM February 18, 2021 6 PM March 18, 2021 6 PM April 15, 2021 6 PM May 20, 2021 6 PM June 17, 2021 6 PM July 15, 2021 6 PM August 19, 2021 6 PM September 16, 2021 6 PM October 21, 2021 6 PM November 18, 2021 6 PM December 16, 2021 6 PM Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Meeting Cancelled Public Hearing Public Hearing Board Meeting Board Meeting Board Meeting Meeting Cancelled Agendas Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes Minutes
- Operations | nrfd
Operations Tech Rescue Marine ALS The 82 square miles encompassing NRFD's area of response is noted in pink below. Each of our five stations are noted with the red pinpoint. Click any pinpoint for a map. Location Location Location Location Location Interested in visiting any of our stations? Please press the button below to schedule a tour. Touch a Truck / Station Tours
ALS Program In 2021 Station 5 became ALS Non-Transport to provide enhanced services to the community. Shortly after, Station 3 came online and we are currently bringing the remaining three stations online.
- Conditionals | nrfd
Conditionals Fire Alarm Systems Radio Bi-Directional Amplifier "BDA" systems are permitted through Manatee County Radio Division and NOT through the Fire Marshal's Office. Do not connect the BDA system to the fire alarm panel (lightning issue), use separate monitoring source. NO DUCT smoke detectors. Use HVAC relay shunt trips on general alarms only in order to reset with fire alarm system. NO PHONE lines to fire alarm panel (lightning issue), use cell dialer or radio for monitoring. NO TAMPER to fire backflow as copper underground poses a lightning issue. Pulls must be double-action with protective covers. Add covers with sounders if risk of children tampering is present. Document box required Add KNOX BOX to the location identified by Fire Marshal or staff. Waterproof EXTERIOR STROBE above OR near Knox Box with NO HORN. Breakrooms require HEAT detectors, NO SMOKES. Minimal smoke detectors in air-conditioned spaces. Fire Alarm Annunciator at firefighter entrance, which will be entry door nearest Knox Box & Waterproof Strobe. SPRINKLER BELL not required for monitored fire alarm system. FLOW / TAMPER on sprinkler riser. Fire Sprinkler System ESFR (Early Suppression, Fast Response) ceiling mounted sprinklers can be used in warehouses in place of in-rack fire sprinkler systems contingent on the use of wire rack shelving (storage bin shelving is not permitted) Multi-family apartments buildings will require lanai/balcony sidewall sprinkler protection (Hotels are not required to have this requirement due to NO SMOKING/COOKING policies) 200 PSI for 2 HOURs acceptance test required (existing systems - 50 PSI over static pressure for 2 HOURS) NFPA 13, 13 R, 13 D sprinkler system for new construction and renovations require a permit Fire Pump System Shop drawings must match installation Manufacturer's specifications or cut sheets for all equipment to be installed Hydraulic calculations and pump curve Include address and legal description of project, with owner's details and contractor info Plan of use, square footage and area involved listed 2 Hour 200 PSI pressure test on all piping prior to final pump test Work must be performed by the contractor indicated on the permit Final acceptance test by a representative of the pump manufacturer, controller, and transfer switch with the fire department Fire Underground Protect restraints, bolts, and stainless steel riser with plastic sheeting prior to all cement work Use blue fluorocarbon (PTFE) coated bolts & nuts = NO TARRING is required with non-corroding hardware Remote FDC: Add minimum of 500 pounds cement for thrust blocking 90° stainless steel in building riser: Add minimum 300 pounds of cement for thrust blocking 90° bends: Add minimum 300 pounds of cement for thrust blocking Tracer wire: THROUGHOUT 200# 2 hour pressure test and full bore flush at final Burial tape required Remote FDC at final grade will require 18" x 18" cement pad (8" thick) WITH hole for U-channel signpost and tracer wire cap Pre-cast concrete thrust blocks allowed Click Here for Detail Fire Standpipe System Add pressure reducer valves if fire pump is providing PSI Add ONLY class I 2.5" hose valves with brass reducer caps (2.5" - 1.5") Label exterior stairwell doors with the word "STANDPIPE" in red lettering Hose valves are on separate riser from sprinkler system unless approved by fire department Fire Access Electronic Gates (Road and Pool) Plans must include emergency access remote control system (gate opener receiver & handheld gate openers / clickers) per Manatee County Ordinance AND Knox gate switch for fire apparatus as a back-up system No solar powered gates allowed Add KNOX GATE SWITCH #3502 to allow for fire department operation of gate Provide county / city permit application number if new gate For Pedestrian Gate (Community Pools, Parks, Nature Preserves or other public areas) Add KNOX GATE SWITCH #3502 Verify location in person with Fire Marshal or staff prior to install For POOL areas please add signage similar to photo provided To order from Knox Select Florida then NORTH RIVER FIRE DISTRICT Click Here to Order From KNOX Fire Hydrants Hydrant Blue Reflective Tape on Collar Solid Yellow Annual Inspection Tag Blue Pavement Marker for Hydrant Red Pavement Marker for FDC Follow the latest edition of the FFPC, NFPA 14 Add pressure reducer valves if fire pump is providing PSI Add ONLY class I 2.5" hose valves with brass reducer caps (2.5" - 1.5") Label exterior stairwell doors with the word "STANDPIPE" in red lettering Hose valves are on separate riser from sprinkler system unless approved by fire department FDC Sign with Address Painted Red No Rust Cap in Place Click Here for Detail Radio BDA Rough-In Follow the City of Palmetto or Manatee County Building permit requirements and inspections An independent grid testing contractor must follow a "failed" grid test by the radio BDA seller/installer to protect the building owner from fraudulent tests A permit from NRFD is for ROUGH-IN SYSTEM ONLY: chase pipe 2" grey conduit or 2" blue smurf flex pipe, 12" x 12" NEMA 4 rated boxes, and the wall boxes for annunciators No connection between the radio BDA panel and the FACP (lightning hazard for FACP) Monitor radio BDA separately from FACP Elevator shafts and stairwells are NOT approved paths for radio BDA chase Final approval GIVEN by Manatee County Radio Manager Ed Cittadino email@example.com or 848-992-6220 Addressing and Building Labels Contrasting Colors Facility address 10" minimum for major highways, prefer reflective material Identify buildings for emergency personnel to easily locate and train employees to give building identification when calling for assistance. 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- Class Registration | nrfd
- Owner's Required Maintenance | nrfd
PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION NOT ALL INFORMATION IS COMPLETE Thank you for your patience Owner's Required Maintenance Backflows & FDC Remove all visible rust, paint RED using oil based (Rust-Oleum or similar) industrial coating Maintain visible signage to indicate address the backflow/FDC feeds Backflow to be chained 5" Storz connection required (upgrading to 5" is required if 2.5" Siamese is still in place) Annual testing by a company licensed to perform such work. Report any water leaks for repair. Keep free of landscaping and plant growth 3 feet around for emergency access Fire Sprinkler System Remove all visible rust, paint RED using oil based (Rust-Oleum or similar) industrial coating If inside a room, make sure door is clearly labeled for emergency access Annual testing by a company licensed to perform such work Every 5 years requires an obstruction test in addition to the annual inspection Keep free of landscaping and plant growth 3 feet around for emergency access Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACP) Contact NRFD for any changes to after-hours point of contacts or keyholder information Maintain visible signage to indicate the location of the FACP Annual testing by a company licensed to perform such work. Report any troubles for repair Contact fire department if there are any questions on the necessity of a firewatch during system outages or scheduled repairs Please Click Below to update NRFD on changes to your after-hours contacts or to request us to come out and update the keys in the Knox Box for your business. Please Click Below to request Fire Watch or to Pay False Alarm Fees Update Contacts or KNOX Keys Fire Watch Request False Alarm Payments Privately Owned Fire Hydrants The responsibility for properly maintaining a water-based fire protection system belongs to the owner of the property where the private system is located. (Unless a tenant's lease specifically states otherwise) Per the Florida Fire Prevention Code, a private fire service hydrant shall be properly maintained to provide at least the same level of performance and protection as designed. The owner shall be responsible for maintaining the system and keeping it in good working condition (NFPA 1; 22.214.171.124) Flow testing and repairs must be conducted by a company licensed to perform such work. Please Upload Flow Reports Here Note: Blue Reflective Tape on Collar Blue Pavement Marker Hazardous Materials Safety Data Sheets (SDS) need to be current, complete and quickly identifiable Flammable cabinets Non-flammable high pressure cylinders must be secured Hazardous materials to be stored in a controlled area Leak detector and process to test propane cylinders Appropriate fire extinguishing agents for products on site Miscellaneous Check Fire Extinguishers monthly for proper location, pin in place, gauge is in the green, easily accessible Fire Extinguishers require annual testing by a company licensed to perform such work. Check electric cords to ensure no extension cords in use (only for temporary use) All power strips should be plugged directly into a wall, with all large appliances directly into an outlet Check EXIT and Emergency Lights EVERY 30 days to ensure working order Check for EXIT maps and proper signage to inform occupants of exits Fuel Tanks / Propane All excess propane tanks not in use must be stored outdoors in locked cabinets Bollards and Fire Extinguisher required for outdoor fueling locations Placards and labelling of tanks as required Appropriate fire extinguishing agents for products on site Electrical Panels Protect from forklift accidents Mark areas to identify area to keep clear of storage
- Marine Unit | nrfd
Marine Response Munson_FB516_001 Describe your image P1019158 North River 1 Describe your image Munson_FB516_001 Describe your image 1/6 FB 516 In February 2021, we placed our new Fireboat, FB 516, into service. FB 516 is unique to our area, a 28' landing craft with a 74" wide landing bow door. The design allows Fire, and ALS response to areas should bridges ever be damaged during natural disasters. Photos from Sea Trials, Jan. 2020 in Puget Sound off the coast of Burlington, WA with Munson Boats