Horseshoe Beach Fire Department
IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY, DIAL 911
In cooperation with Dixie County Emergency Services, Horseshoe Beach is proud to host our very own Volunteer Fire Department. We aim to keep our community safe and provide rapid response to all 911 calls that come in. Please help our firefighters do their job by following these easy steps:
- Post your 911 address in a very visible location on your property so the First Responders can find you quickly
- Use multiple reflective "911 address" style sign, posted in a lower area and a higher area on your property, for quick identification and protection from floods.
- If you don't know your 911 address, use the Dixie County Tax Map to locate your parcel and street address.
- Parcel was never addressed? Not to worry, reach out to our LDR & Building Administrator and they can help assign you a 911 address.
- Memorize your 911 address and let visitors know it in case you become unresponsive.
- Have lists on your refrigerator and other easy to find spots so first responders have instructions in case you are unresponsive upon their arrival.
- Your current 911 address (in case someone is calling on your behalf)
- Name of the hospital you wish to be transported to
- List of the medications you are taking
- Known allergies
- List of PCPs and their contact information
- Family contact list with names and numbers
- Insurance information
- Other pertinent information you wish first responders to have access to.
- Avoid parking on the right of way, or in any way that prevents first responders from accessing your home's entrances.
- Do not set off fireworks within town limits - it is unlawful and poses a serious fire risk to nearby homes and property.