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Burn Permit - This permit form can be filled out on your computer and printed. This form is for burning within the Panaca Fire District only. Take the completed form to the Fire Chief or Assistant Fire Chief for approval and signature.

Lincoln County Open Burn Policy

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Structure fire

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Lincoln County Home Page > Emergency Management > Panaca Fire Protection District

Panaca Fire Protection District

District Headquarters
1470 Edwards Street
Panaca, NV

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 232
Panaca, NV 89042


Fire Chief - Kerry Lee

NOTICE: There is a new requirement for local burning permits when burning within Lincoln County. For more information please review the new burning permit web page.

Wildfire Survival - It takes a Community. You Can Make a Difference!

The Living With Fire web site has useful information to help Nevadans live more safely with the threat of wildfire. The Bureau of Land Management Fire Assistance web site has information about community assistance available to educate and prepare its citizens to live safely in the areas where wildland and urban areas meet.

Panaca Fire Department Volunteers

Miles Umina, Captain of Ladder 64
Chris McCrosky, Captain of Engine 63

The Panaca Fire Protection District is currently having a membership drive. If you want to become a member please pick up an application at the District Headquarters listed at the top of this page. To be a member you need to live in the district and have been a resident for at least six months.


Entry Level Firefighter - Saturday, February 13, 2010 at 9:00 am at the District Headquarters

Firefighter 1 Retests - Saturday, February 6, 2010.


Business meetings are held the first Thursday of each month
Company meetings are heldon the third Thursday of each month

Business Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Burn awareness and prevention and keeping homes safe from the leading causes of home fires.

Home Fire Safety Tips

Burn Awareness Tips

Test the water to see how warm it is before putting a child in the bath. Make sure the hot water is turned off tight so a small child cannot turn it on and scald themselves.

Wear short or close-fitting sleeves when cooking on the stovetop to prevent a sleeve from catching fire.

Do you know how to stop a cooking fire?

Store and dispose of old aerosol spray cans properly. If a can is in a fire it can easily explode and spray burning material all around.

All local fire departments have a program that they present at schools to encourage awareness and fire safety to the kids. They are instructed to share this information with their parents and share it with the family. Have a family discussion this week about fire safety within the home and establish a plan of what to do if there is a fire at home. Remember to establish and rehearse an escape plan in case of emergency. The family should have an established place to meet outside the home in case of fire to ensure that everybody is accounted for.

Ten Easy Ways to Protect Kids from Burn Injuries

Fire prevention is something that all adults and families need to be aware of. Look around your home and try to identify and eliminate hazards that may start or increase the possibility of a fire.


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