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Valentines’ Day Bakesale at Briceland Fire Station

Wednesday February 14th from 1pm-4pm Stop by the Briceland Fire Station on Valentines’ Day to get some treats for your sweets and support the fire department.  We’ll have coffee, tea, t-shirts and hoodies, and delicious treats that we can wrap-up … Continue reading

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Briceland Fire Protection District

Meeting Agenda February 7, 2024 3:15 PM at Briceland Fire Station Approve Agenda Approve Minutes of Last Meeting (August 2, 2023) Elect Officers for 2024 BVFD Report:  TBD BFPD Fiscal Report:  Joan Courtois (BFPD Financial Agent) Warrant to Release Funds … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Plenty of Health and Happiness for 2024!

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S-211 Training

We hosted a S-211 (Portable Pumps and Water Use) course over this past weekend; balancing a rainy Saturday spent in the classroom crunching numbers with a beautiful Sunday putting the lessons to practice in the field. Attendees gained enhanced knowledge … Continue reading

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FAQs for Briceland Address and Road Name Changes

What?  Briceland Volunteer Fire Department (BVFD) has been working with the community to correct and update road names and addresses in the Briceland Fire District and to recommended these changes to Humboldt County Planning.  Phase 1 was in the Seely … Continue reading

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Briceland Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank everyone who came out and made our fundraiser such a success! 

And we would especially like to thank all the sponsors who donated such great raffle prizes and needed supplies and time/labor for the event.  This list includes the following, we couldn’t have done it without you: Logan Edwards for the … Continue reading

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Beautiful afternoon in Briceland at annual Fired Up fundraiser

The Wolf and his crew entertaining the crowd. A picture perfect sunset.

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Rest in Peace Gerald Myers, former Beginnings VFD Chief

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BVFD assists CalOES with Six Rivers Forest Lightning Complex

Engine 5436 and her crew recently returned home from a 14 day assignment near Orleans at the SRF Lighting Complex Fires. Assigned to protect homes in the Ishi Pishi and Somes Bar area, we partnered with Shelter Cove and Fortuna … Continue reading

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Saturday September 16

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