On June 6, 1905, the newly founded city of Las Vegas had its first fire when four buildings burned. In 1907, city ordinance established the Las Vegas Volunteer Fire Department (LVFD). As the city grew, so did the requests for service from LVFD so on Aug. 1, 1942, the department hired its first full time members: one fire chief and 12 firefighters. In 1999 city ordinance changed the name of the department from Las Vegas Fire Department to Las Vegas Fire & Rescue. Today Las Vegas Fire & Rescue (LVFR) protects a city that covers 133.25 square miles, nearly 610,000 residents and several million visitors each year.
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue is an I.S.O. Class One fire department as well as an accredited agency by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International. The department provides all fire suppression, prevention and education programs in the city as well as paramedic emergency medical services to the residents and visitors of the Las Vegas community. In addition, the department also has a Bomb Squad, Hazardous Materials Team and Technical Rescue Team that provides services for the city as well as the rest of Clark County. The Fire Alarm Office / Fire & Medical 9-1-1 Center is also located at Las Vegas Fire & Rescue.
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue is a free software application from the Office Suites & Tools subcategory, part of the Business category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2016-12-14. The program can be installed on Android.
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