A vacant and dilapidated home was destroyed by fire in Mt. Vernon Fire Chief Kevin Sargent says since there were no utilities to the home, the cause of the fire is listed as suspicious and remains under investigation. kculberson@vernontwpfire.org. Vernon on Sunday. Chief Dave Niehuis Vernon Fire District Vernon Fire District. Mt. Vernon Fire Department Offices . Sargent says firemen were hampered by vegetation that had grown up around the single-story home. City of Vernon Brings in L.A. County Fire Veteran Jim Enriquez as New Chief “We are confident that Chief Enriquez will coordinate the Fire Department’s transition to L.A. County efficiently and with no perceptible change in the high standards of public safety our citizens and businesses have come to expect.”Enriquez was chosen in part due to his experience with budget administration and fiscal sustainability, as well as his solid reputation for ethics and forward-thinking leadership.
The deputy fire chief in Mount Vernon is under investigation for comments he allegedly made in a recording. The city has already operated under mutual aid agreements with neighboring communities to facilitate fire services, so transitioning Vernon’s four fire stations will have no visible impact to city businesses or residents, but will make better use of city resources. Help Wanted: The Vernon Township Fire Department is hiring individuals who are interested in serving their community as paid per call firefighters. You can contact me by email at: chief@vfdmail.org. Some of Enriquez’ initial actions following his appointment involved resolving the excessive use of city funds and establishing procedures to prevent it from happening in the future. 6801 S. Durand Road, Durand, MI 48429                             Phone: 989-288-4403                             Fax: 989-288-3777The Vernon Township Fire Department is hiring individuals who are interested in serving their community as paid per call firefighters.Duties include responding to emergency and non-emergency calls, participating in training, maintaining apparatus and equipment, and other miscellaneous duties.No experience is required; individuals who are 18 or older can contact Fire Chief Dan Bannister at 989-288-4425. “It is a significant milestone for the City of Vernon to appoint a leader with such embedded public safety experience in Southern California, and with the strong ethical values and reputation to match,” said City Administrator Carlos Fandino. Vernon Township Board. or call me at 928-537-4895 with your concerns or questions. Chad Abel - Fire Chief Vernon Township Fire Department 317-485-7327 x 2 firechief@vernontownship.us Stacy Nielsen Community Outreach and Township Assistance 317-485-7327 x 1 Info@vernontownship.us Kiely Culberson - EMS Chief, Vernon Township Fire Dept 317-485-7327x3. Mt. 281 / 323 826-1407 fax VERNON – (September 25, 2019) – The City of Vernon announced today that Jim Enriquez was appointed as the city’s new Fire Chief effective this month. Vernon Township Fire Department is seeking candidates to fill the Fire Chief position opening. As part of his duties, Enriquez will transition the Fire Department to Los Angeles County, a conversion approved by the City Council earlier this year. Most recently he has been working as the Fire Chief for the City of Oxnard, where he oversaw 8 fire stations, fire prevention, emergency planning departments and a staff of 128 personnel. Phone: 989-666-6084. Fire Board Members Vernon Fire District Fire Board Members. Fire Administration; Vernon City Hall; 4305 Santa Fe Avenue; Vernon, CA 90058; 323 583-8811 ext. VERNON — As the process to select the next fire chief gets underway, some firefighters are questioning why William Call, the popular acting chief, is being replaced. At Vernon Fire District, we're dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the residents of Vernon.
Chief Brice comes to the Mount Vernon Fire Department with 27 years of firefighting and EMS experience. Phone: 989-288-4425 Assistant Chief: Bill Hart. Enriquez will be responsible for reducing excessive overtime and operational costs, and train staff to prepare themselves for the L.A. County Fire transition. Fire Chief: Dan Bannister.