Get the Facts!! Ask questions, Get Answers. Speak with the Fire District Commissioners, regarding the Proposed Permanent Levy Increase at the Nov 6 2018 election.
As Fire Prevention Week approaches, the Kuna Rural Fire District encourages residents to “Look. Listen. Learn.” What does that mean?
Today’s home fires burn faster than ever. In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Knowing how to use that time wisely takes planning and practice.
The Kuna Rural Fire District Board of Commissioners voted unanimously at a special meeting on September 1st, 2018 to ask the citizens of the Kuna Rural Fire District for an increase to their current levy. The levy will be voted on November 6, 2018 during the general midterm election. This will be a permanent override to the current levy and would go into effect January 2020 if approved by the voters. For more information on the proposed levy, click here.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AUGUST 7, 2018
At approximately 0600 on August 6, 2018, Kuna Fire Department started receiving calls for a “gas odor” outside at multiple site around the City of Kuna and Southern Ada County. Intermountain Gas was notified but after investigation determined that there were no breaches or leaks in their system in Southern Ada County. The smell dissipated around 1300 on Monday.