The 2017 Annual Meeting/Open House will be held on October 14, 2017 from 4-7 PM. Come join us for a BBQ meal courtesy of Jimmy D’s BBQ. There will be activities for the kids. A brief business meeting will start at approx 6:15 PM followed by a live auction. We have many nice items to auction off. Come out and support your firefighters! Questions or need more information, please call (270) 925-8606.
Per KRS 149.400, the spring burning season is in effect from February 15 – April 30. KRS 149.400 states that during fire seasons, it is illegal to burn anything within 150 feet of any woodland or brushland between the hours of 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Prior to burning, please call (270) 393-4000 to report your controlled burn.
On November 7, 2016, Warren County Judge Executive Mike Buchanon signed into effect a burn ban for Warren County until further notice. The Warren County ban extinguishes all open burning in all areas of the county. Burning of leaves and trash are expressly forbidden. This ban also applies to bon fires, controlled burns and any other open flames. The county burn ban order stipulates that the ban will be lifted only after sufficient rainfall to abate the hazardous conditions, and levies penalties of $50 to $500 for violation of the ban, as defined in KRS 149.401 and the associated penalties outlined in […]
Per KRS 149.400, the fall burning season is in effect from October 1 – December 15. KRS 149.400 states that during fire seasons, it is illegal to burn anything within 150 feet of any woodland or brushland between the hours of 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Prior to burning, please call (270) 393-4000 to report your controlled burn.
The 2016 Annual Meeting/Open House will be held on October 8, 2016 from 4-7 PM. A BBQ meal will be provided. There will be plenty of activities for kids of all ages. A state fire history trailer will be here along with a kids safety trailer. We will also have a bounce house for the kids. Vehicle extrication demonstrations will be given by the firefighters. A brief business meeting will start at approx 6:45 PM. Come out and support your firefighters! Questions or need more information, please call (270) 925-8606.
Plano has received a 2015 Pierce Saber Engine and it was placed into service recently. The new engine was funded partially from Warren County Fiscal Court and Plano paid for the remainder. This engine replaced a 1982 engine that was our reserve truck. We are excited to be able to acquire this truck and use it to provide services to the residents of the Plano Fire District.
Plano Fire Department has achieved an improved Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating of a Class 5. Plano was previously a Class 6 (the lower the ranking the better). The ratings reflect the effectiveness of a fire department in a given area when determining home insurance premiums. The ISO rating takes many factors into account. Some of the factors are quality of equipment, response time, water supply, dispatch/radio communications, and training of responding personnel. This new rating is effective April 1, 2016. Thanks to all the firefighters who helped make this possible.