Experience is the best teacher

People acquire information not only by studying books, but also by studying human behavior. Students study in college and/or trade schools for their professions and some of those professions require a different type of learning. Some professions like … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire & Rescue submits the following call statistics for the week of 5/16/16 through 5/22/2016:

Total Calls For Service: 47* 911 Transports: 21 Non Transports: 6 Inter-facility Transports: 12 Fire Related Incidents: 9 FIRE LOG: 5/18/16 C-Shift performed Fire Drills at the three Mesquite Public Schools. 5/19/16 E-11, R-11, and … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire and Rescue Statistics May 9-1, 2016

Mesquite Fire & Rescue submits the following call statistics for the week of 5/9/16 through 5/15/2016: Total Calls For Service: 49* 911 Transports: 19 Non Transports: 14 Inter-facility Transports: 15 Fire Related Incidents: 2 FIRE … [Read more...]

Every 15 Minutes

On May 11 and 12 Officers of the Mesquite Police Department, in cooperation with various public service agencies and community action groups planned, staged, operated and controlled a two-day intensive program named ‘Every 15 Minutes’ at the Virgin Va … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire & Rescue submits the following call statistics for the week of 5/2/16 through 5/8/2016:

Total Calls For Service: 56* 911 Transports: 31 Non Transports: 13 Inter-facility Transports: 9 Fire Related Incidents: 5 FIRE LOG: 5/5/16 E-11, R-31, MPD responded to Mesquite BLVD and Pulsipher for a 3 vehicle accident. One … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire Rescue Graduates 20 Cadets

At a regal gala Saturday evening, April 23, Mesquite Fire Rescue graduated 20 Cadets from their 2016 Reserve Firefighter Academy.  The importance of the evening was highlighted by the presence of Congressman Crescent Hardy, Mayor Alan Litman, and … [Read more...]

Shelter Insurance supplies Teddy Bears for kids

On Thursday, April 21 Shelter Insurance Agency located at 1085 W. Pioneer Blvd. gave a large donation of teddy bears to both the Mesquite Police and Fire Departments for children who have been involved in any kind of tragic or stressful situation … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire Rescue Weekly Call Statistics April 18-24, 2016

Mesquite Fire & Rescue submits the following call statistics for the week of 4/18/16 through 4/24/2016:   Total Calls For Service: 55* 911 Transports: 22 Non Transports: 18 Inter-facility Transports: 10 Fire Related … [Read more...]

Mesquite Fire and Rescue want to know…Are you Ready?

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Emergency plans move forward for CERT and MFR

At the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) cookout on April 18 at Fire Station 3, Mesquite Fire and Rescue Chief Kash Christopher announced that the department is close to completing its goal of setting up the emergency contact call that will … [Read more...]