Emergency Services

Sound the Alarm Save a Life

This spring the American Red Cross needs your help to install 100,000 free smoke alarms and raise funds for lifesaving services in more than 100 cities in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands during Sound the Alarm home fire safety and smoke alarm installation events. One day of your life can change someone else’s forever. Join us in your community, April 27 – May 12, 2019. Read More

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FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEETING OF THE PRINCE OF WALES OPIOID AND ADDICTION TASK FORCE

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EMERGENCY SERVICE NUMBERS

Public Safety:
VPSO (907) 254-8499

EMS, Fire:
   Land-line phones call 911 
   Cell phone users 828-3399

Guardian Flight:
For Medevac:        1-888-997-3822

James Silverthorn, Fire Chief

Cindy Edenfield, EMS Coordinator:
EMScoordinator@thornebay-ak.gov
phone: (907) 828-3380

Emergency Radio Channel 2

We Need You!!!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

The EMS and Fire Departments are run by volunteers.  Your help is needed!  Training is available and encouraged.  Be a part of your community!  Please contact the following captains if you would like to join our Emergency Services Team:

Cindy Edenfield
EMSCoordinator@thornebay-ak.gov

 

 
No time to volunteer?  DONATE instead!  
Call City Hall at 907-828-3380 if you would like to donate by phone - or stop on by!

 

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Local Fire Chief Wins Fire Truck in Website Contest
Read more about the contest.

Fire House wrote an article about our former fire chief, Ron Currit, and the 1977 Hahn fire truck.
See full article at firehouse.com

THANK YOU!

The City of Thorne Bay would like to commend our fire department for their work at a recent mill fire.  Our fire department had the fire contained within a half hour of the time the fire was reported.  Our fire crew did an excellent job of communicating and were very well organized.  This emergency response demonstrated the extent of their hard work and training.

Also, thank you to EMS /Rescue 1 for their fast response and dedication to keeping everyone on the ground safe and healthy.

Be sure to tell them all how proud we are and thank them for a job well done!