The Fire Prevention Division is responsible for reduction of hazards through education, inspection and code enforcement. Working directly for the Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Marshal Mark Regan takes pride in assisting the residents and business owners of Incline Village and Crystal Bay. The Fire District’s experienced and dedicated professionals work hard to assure our community is safe through the application of state and locally adopted fire codes and standards.
The Fire Prevention office is located in the Fire District’s administrative office building at 866 Oriole Way, Incline Village, Nevada 89451. We are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed state and federal holidays.
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KNOX BOX INFORMATION:
How does having fire department access into my home benefit me as a homeowner?
A Knox Box protects your property from forced entry damage during fire and medical emergencies as well as alarm activations. The Knox Box system is UL listed and used by over 8,500 fire departments nationwide.
Fire department access allows rapid entry to render emergency care in the event you are unable to get to the door because of sickness or injury. It also allows fire personnel damage-free entry into your home to investigate fire alarm activation while you are away. Fire department access allows entry to investigate pipe breaks resulting in water damage while you are not home and allows for quicker preparation in an emergency.
To order a Knox Box, commercial or residential, please visit www.knoxbox.com.
Once you receive your Knox Box, mount it near the front door of your residence. Call the fire district 775-831-0351, ext 0 and we’ll send a fire district representative to secure your key(s) in the lock box.