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STAT - South Tahoe Action Team

South Lake Tahoe Fire Rescue has launched a program as of 2014 called STAT:
South Tahoe Action Team

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Next Class Starts Wednesday April 18, 2018
Join us for our next class beginning on Wednesday April 18, 2018.  The class will be held for four (4) Wednesdays beginning at 5:30pm at the South Tahoe Fire Rescue Training Center located at 1195 Rufus Allen Blvd. April 18, April 25, May 2nd, and May 16th. To register for this FREE class contact Fire Captain Kim George at (530) 542-6163 or via email at  1st come 1st served - class size limited to 15 people.

This program is designed to incorporate trained citizens in the field with the South Lake Tahoe Fire Department and other first responders during times of crisis.  This is the first program of its kind in the Tahoe Basin.  

Application
To apply, fill out the application and return to the fire department at:
South Lake Tahoe Fire Department, Station 3, 2101 Lake Tahoe Blvd., SLT, CA 96150
or Station 3 at 2101 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
Or via fax to: 530-541-0634. 
You can also email it to:


Living in the Sierras brings the potential for large scale emergencies from winds, heavy snow, flooding, wildfire and even avalanche in certain areas.  These types of emergencies will overwhelm local resources.  To prepare, your local Fire Department is asking for community help by way of the following.

Curriculum
Curriculum will include 8-10 hours of instruction taught by members of the South Lake Tahoe Fire Department.  Applicants will be expected to commit their time and will be called upon in times of natural disaster, large scale emergencies and times of need in the South Lake Tahoe area.  Due to staffing and equipment limitations the South Lake Tahoe Fire Department will be reliant on local citizens’ abilities to assist in their neighborhoods with basic first aid and triage.  We will also need STAT team members to be well versed in our command structure, emergency first aid, lifting/moving techniques, use of extinguishers, flood safety and building collapse.

Contact Information
If interested please contact Fire Captain Kim George at Fire Station #1 at (530) 542-6163 or via email at