FIRE - Emergency Services 001 3210 Program Description The Emergency Services Division provides a variety of emergency and

nonemergency services including fire suppression, emergency medical (EMS), hazardous materials, technical rescue, fire code enforcement, and community education. These services are provided from four fire stations. Personnel assigned to this division staff four fire engines and two fire trucks.

EXPENDITURE SUMMARY FY 08-09 Actual Expenditure Category Personnel Services Contractual Services Materials & Supplies Capital Outlay Fixed Charges Debt Service Total FY 09-10 Budget $ 15,246,240 822,305 310,550 1,872,750 133,390 $ 18,385,235 FY 10-11 Budget $ 12,976,865 644,450 296,150 1,851,850 133,390 $ 15,902,705 FY 11-12 Forecast $ 12,976,865 644,450 296,150 1,847,495 133,390 $ 15,898,350

PERSONNEL SUMMARY FY 08-09 Authorized Position Deputy Fire Chief Division Chief Captain Apparatus Operator Firefighter EMS Education Coordinator Total FY 09-10 Authorized 0.50 3.00 19.40 18.00 35.00 0.40 76.30 FY 10-11 Budget 0.75 3.00 19.00 19.00 30.00 0.00 71.75 FY 11-12 Forecast 0.75 3.00 19.00 19.00 30.00 0.00 71.75

KEY OBJECTIVES • Ensure that first due vehicles arrive on scene within four minutes for 90% of incidents. • Ensure that first alarms arrive on scene within nine minutes and 20 seconds for 90% of incidents. • Ensure that Fire Dispatch call processing time is 60 seconds or less for 90% of incidents.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FY 08-09 Actual • • • • • • • Structure fire responses Hazardous materials incidents False fire alarms responses Water rescue responses Vehicle fire responses Vehicle accident responses Fire company inspections completed FY 09-10 Projected 163 20 488 8 12 228 1,200 FY 10-11 Budget 163 20 488 8 12 228 1,200 FY 11-12 Forecast 170 22 492 10 14 230 1,200

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