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ABOUT OUR HISTORY

With the growth of our community, we must be committed to improving our equipment, training, response and dedication to this fine area of Haywood County.

APPARATUS

Our Apparatus is needed to transport firefighters to an incident scene with the right equipment and tools needed to fight fires.

BOARD MEMBERS

The Junaluska Fire Department Board of Directors, consists of nine members, and meets on the first Tuesday of each month except for the annual meeting which is on the third Tuesday of June.

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Junaluska Fire Department

A big thank you to MAMA1 Crew yesterday for landing at Haywood Regional Medical Center and letting our members look over the new MAMA1 helicopter. ...

A big thank you to MAMA1 Crew yesterday for landing at Haywood Regional Medical Center and letting our members look over the new MAMA1 helicopter.Image attachmentImage attachment

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UPDATE: Friday, 11/20/20- All closed areas are open again.

#BurnAlert The Pisgah Ranger District is planning to conduct a 200-acre prescribed burns this week*. The burn will be located in the Sam Knob area. The goal of this #GoodFire is to maintain and improve the open area of the balds and improve wildlife habitat.

For the safety of firefighters and forest visitors there will be a few temporary closures within the burn area. These temporary closures include Black Balsam Road (FSR 816) just past the Art Loeb Trail crossing, the Black Balsam parking lot at the end of FSR 816, Flat Laurel Creek Trail (#346), Sam Knob Trail (#617), and Sam Knob Summit (#617A).

*The dates for the burns and the actual number of units burned will depend upon weather conditions.

For more info, check out www.fs.usda.gov/news/nfsnc/news-events
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