Interested in Volunteering?
Duncan Valley Rural Fire District is seeking men and women interested in serving as volunteer firefighters for the communities in both emergency response and non-emergency support positions. We rely solely on volunteers for all of our daily operations.
Volunteer firefighters operate and maintain the fire station’s firefighting equipment and keep the station ready to react to any emergency situation in the community it serves. In addition to their time spent at the station, volunteer firefighters are on call for emergency response 24 hours a day.
As a volunteer firefighter you will receive training to manage a variety of emergencies: structure and wildland fires, vehicle accidents, medical emergencies and hazardous materials spills.
Volunteers also perform rescue duties during natural disasters, such as floods. Volunteer firefighters receive ongoing training in the latest emergency response techniques to technology.
The main focus of the District is to provide fire suppression, rescue and emergency medical services to the community at large. Our Operational Members are on the front line providing these services as Firefighters.
Our agency is growing, and the District is now in need of Administrative/Support Members with experience in the following: