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ICFD 2021 Annual ReportAnnual Report 2021 2 2 MISSION, VISION & VALUES MISSION To protect our community by providing progressive, high-quality emergency and preventive services. VISION Provide exemplary services to our community through innovation and collaboration, while honoring tradition, leading change and embracing inclusion for all. VALUES Professionalism We are dedicated to the pursuit of excellence and the demonstration of high professional standards. Accountability We are accountable to each other and the community we have sworn to serve. Respect We believe in the dignity of every individual and value all members of the community and organization. Trustworthiness We embolden trustworthiness as it encompasses such qualities as honesty, integrity, loyalty and reliability. PRIDE PROTECTING PEOPLE 3 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Notable ICFD accomplishments in 2021 include: Submitted Annual Compliance Report. The ACR was reviewed by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International, and the ICFD was unanimously recommended to retain accredited status. Obtained state grant for additional commercial washing and drying equipment to more adequately remove toxins and carcinogens from PPE following fires. Updated automatic aid agreements with the Coralville and North Liberty Fire Departments. Received delivery of new 2021 Pierce Enforcer engine. Fire Prevention Bureau composed and prepared a virtual presentation for Fire Prevention Week delivery to elementary schools. Developed and instituted a program to augment the work of the Johnson County Social Services Navigator. Completed specification and placed order for new 2022 Pierce Ascendant ladder truck. Car Safety Technicians continued to conduct car seat safety checks with both in-person and virtual models through the pandemic. Instituted new program to recognize exceptional performance by ICFD members. Implemented new three-year strategic plan and began rewriting community risk assessment & standard of cover. 4 4 FIRE CHIEF JOHN GRIER RETIRED FEBRUARY 2022 DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF ERIC NURNBERG FIRE MARSHAL BRIAN GREER BATTALION CHIEF GREG TINNES BATTALION CHIEF BRIAN ROHR BATTALION CHIEF ZACH HICKMAN FIRE ADMINISTRATION 5 DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF OPS/ADMIN FIRE CHIEF ADMINISTRATION FIRE MARSHAL FIRE PREVENTION PUBLIC EDUCATION TRAINING OFFICER TRAINING DIVISION CAPTAIN 4 LIEUTENANTS 14 FIREFIGHTERS 4 LIEUTENANTS 14 FIREFIGHTERS 4 LIEUTENANTS 14 FIREFIGHTERS SHIFT INSPECTOR SHIFT INSPECTOR SHIFT INSPECTOR BATTALION CHIEF EMS SPECIAL OPERATIONS BATTALION CHIEF TRAINING HAZ-MAT BATTALION CHIEF EQUIPMENT CAPTAIN CAPTAIN COMMAND STAFF SHIFT B SHIFT C SHIFT A FIRE DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL 1 FIRE CHIEF 1 DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF 1 FIRE MARSHAL 3 BATTALION CHIEFS 1 TRAINING OFFICER 3 SHIFT CAPTAINS 12 SHIFT LIEUTENANTS 39 FIREFIGHTERS FIRE DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW STAFF - 40 HOUR WORKWEEK MONDAY-FRIDAY SHIFT A, B, C - 56 HOUR WORKWEEK 1 DAY ON, 1 OFF, 1 ON, 1 OFF, 1 ON, 4 OFF 16 FIREFIGHTER MINIMUM STAFFING ORGANIZATIONAL CHART 6 6 25.28 Square Miles POPULATION 75,798 ANNUAL BUDGET 8,883,021 ISO Rating: 2 4 Fire Stations 7 Engines 1 Ladder 1 Quint 1 Rescue 2 Utility DEPARTMENT DEMOGRAPHICS Number of Uniformed Personnel 64 7 EMERGENCY RESPONSE EMS Calls Fire Calls Technical Rescue Calls Hazardous Condition Calls Other Calls (includes building fire, vehicle fires, vegetation fires and fire alarms) (includes confined space, high angle, trench, and water incidents; rescue standbys, extrications) (includes chemical leaks and spills, equipment problem, toxic release)) (includes citizen com- plaints, public assistance, cancelled en route, no incident found) 4,208 1,534 243 295 1,826 6 Minutes AND 28 Seconds Average Response Time 8 8 Responses by Hour-of-the-Day CALL VOLUME Call Volume by Day of Week 9 UNIT RESPONSES UNIT 2021 Battalion Chief 342 Engine 1 2424 Engine 2 / Quint 2 2098 Engine 3 2570 Engine 4 1033 HazMat 1 1 Rescue 1 232 Truck 1 492 10 10 TRAINING FIRE, RESCUE & EMS TRAINING HOURS 11,039 PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING HOURS 5,047 PER FIREFIGHTER MONTHLY AVERAGE 23.3 DIVISION Newly hired firefighters complete 240 hours of entry- level instruction in the ICFD recruit academy. 11 COMMUNITY RISK REDUCTION D IVISION CODE ENFORCEMENT - FIRE INVESTIGATION - FIRE & LIFE SAFETY EDUCATION $1,635,203 $54,660,063 Total Value Loss Total Value Saved 168 Fire Cause Investigations 12 12 FIRE STATS Contained to Object Where Fire Started Contained to Room Where Fire Started Contained to Floor Where Fire Started Contained to Building Where Fire Started 16 5 6 7 BUILDING FIRE CONTAINMENT Civilian Injuries Civilian Deaths Firefighter Injuries Firefighter Deaths 0 CASUALTIES DUE TO FIRE 3 0 1 13 STATION LOCATIONS STATION 4 2008 N. Dubuque Rd. STATION 2 301 Emerald St. STATION 1 410 E. Washington St. STATION 3 2001 Lower Muscatine Ave. TRAINING CENTER 3920 Napoleon Lane 14 14