Clark County Fire Department

Las Vegas, NV, 89119

FDID: 03050
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Last Updated: March 15, 2019, 1:04 p.m.
Structure Hazard Level Distribution by Travel Time
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Effective Response Force Coverage
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Community Risk Assessment

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Fire Risk
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Fire Spread Risk
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Death and Injury Risk
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Low: less than 25% of departments have an equal or smaller risk value.
Medium: 25-75% of departments have a smaller risk value.
High: over 75% of departments have an equal or smaller risk value.

Summary

Department Type
Combination
NFPA Region
West
FDID
03050
State
NV
Phone
(702) 455-7311
Fax
(702) 734-6111
IAFF
1908

Structure Hazard Level Distribution

476,082 total structures protected

Description

The Clark County Fire Department is a combination department located in the West NFPA region and headquartered in Las Vegas, NV.

877,547

Protected Population

7,479.71mi²

Community Size

Annual Structure Fires

Annual structure fire counts for the Clark County Fire Department based on the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS).

Year Structure Fires Total Fire Calls
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Station Name Address
Clark County Fire Department Station 21 5015 West Oquendo Road
Clark County Fire Department Station 22 6685 West Flamingo Road
Clark County Fire Department Station 23 4250 East Alexander Road
Clark County Fire Department Station 24 7525 Dean Martin Drive
Clark County Fire Department Station 25 5210 South Pecos Road
Clark County Fire Department Station 26 4030 South El Capitan Way
Clark County Fire Department Station 27 4695 Vegas Valley Drive
Clark County Fire Department Station 28 10820 West Sahara Avenue
Clark County Fire Department Station 29 7530 Paradise Road
Clark County Fire Department Station 31 2190 South Hollywood Boulevard

Safe Grades

Good: less than 25% of departments have an equal or better performance score.
Fair: 25-75% of departments have a better performance score.
Poor: over 75% of departments have an equal or better performance score.
Assessment of performance score based on the number of fires.
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Assessment of performance score based on fire spread risk.
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Assessment of performance score based on the risk of death and injury.
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