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Dial 9-1-1 for All Emergencies

Fire dues notices have been mailed but unfortunately many have been delivered to the wrong addresses.  If you have received someone else's bill or have not received you call 991-5266  as soon as possible.
 

 Use a home or business phone if possible to avoid problems with cell phones.

 If you call from a cell phone or live in the Rex Lake area it is critical that you ask for

Shelby County 9-1-1 if your call is connected to another 9-1-1 Center.

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Located in Shelby County Alabama, The Cahaba Valley Fire and EMR District provides fire suppression and emergency medical services including transport to approximately 22,500 customers. Responding from four stations, the men and women of CVFD answer around 2,500 calls for assistance each year. The department's response area is a mix of residential and commercial property located in the northern section of the county. CVFD provides protection to several subdivisions including Brook Highland, Highland Lakes, Eagle Point, Shoal Creek, The Narrows, Smyers Lake, Fowler Lake, Holly Brook Lake, and to the town of Mt. Laurel.

The CVFD originated as a volunteer fire department and became a department combined of paid professionals and volunteers in the late 1980's.  Today, there are 15 full-time employees, 3 volunteers, and 13 with the Resident "Live-in" Program that trains firefighters for professional fire and EMS certification.

The Fire District is governed by a five member Board of Trustees who are residents of the Fire District. The Board members are elected to four year terms and serve without compensation. One regular meeting is held each month on the second Wednesday at 6:30 P.M. at the Mt. Laurel Fire Station at 60 Manning Place. Occasionally, special meetings are required and notice of these meetings is posted on the bulletin board of each Cahaba Valley Fire Station. All meetings of the Cahaba Valley Board of Trustees are open to the public.

 

 

Burn Ban in Effect

May - September

The Alabama Department of Environmental Management prohibits open burning in Shelby County during the months of May through September

335.-3-3-.01   Open Burning

ADEM Air Division Regulation

Storm Based Warnings

Coming to a tornado siren near you.

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Programming the Midland WR120 weather radio

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Thermal Imaging

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