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CCFPD Events 2016

Dinner, Dance, & Cash Drawing Jan 30

Annual Golf Scramble Aug 9

MDA Boot Drive Aug 29

Fire Prevention Week Oct 6-10

 

 

 

Guest Book

 

 

 

Content, Images, Design Copyright © Clin-Clair Fire Company 2007

 

Engine House

 

The Clin-Clair Fire Department Engine House located at 406 West State Rt. 161 in Albers was built in 1985. The current members of the department at that time constructed the entire engine house. Today, the engine house sits on approximately 3 acres.  A large open training area in the back allows for any type of training to be conducted. 

  The engine house consists of two drive-through bays and one front loaded bay which can house 4-5 fire apparatus depending on the lengths.  Also located in the bay area are two large storage areas and a high pressure cascade system for filling SCBA bottles.  Inside consists of a radio room, two officer quarters, day room, state of the art training/meeting room, a kitchen, and additional storage areas.  For power back-up, a propane generator is used. 

The members of the Clin-Clair Fire Department have completely remodeled the entire interior of the firehouse during the winter of 2009. Our 24 year old firehouse looks brand new and allows us to operate more efficiently when responding to calls and with all other administrative operations.

 

 

 

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Conference Room

 

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Radio Room

 

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Day Room

 

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Meeting/Training Room

 

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Meeting/Training Room

 

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Meeting/Training Room

 

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Chief's Office

 

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Apparatus Bay

 

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Back Training Grounds

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Propane Generator

 

 

The members of the Clin-Clair Fire Dept would to thank the Knights of Columbus Council 9768, Albers Commercial Club, Albers JC's, & other members of our community for the donation of the fireman statue displayed in front of the firehouse.

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The Clin-Clair Fire Dept would like to thank all the organizations in Albers and Damainsville that donated to the purchase of our new marquee.  The marquee will be used for many fire dept and community advertisements.

 

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