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Is Fire District 4’s Ambulance Service Self-funding?

FD4 Firemedics July 1994
The first Fire District 4 ambulance call was on July 31,1994, and the service has been in operation ever since. District 4 has been able to provide additional firefighters and an ambulance service to citizens, noting improved response times for medical emergencies, without any additional taxes. The money generated from the ambulances funds the ambulance service and the cross-trained Firefighters/Rescue Specialists who staff it. This has resulted in better trained emergency personnel doing...
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Mandeville Fire / EMS Launches Website Redesign

Mandeville Fire Website
Out With The Old - In With The New! We are happy to announce the launch of our newly designed website at Mandeville Fire / EMS Chief Kenneth Moore and the St. Tammany Fire District #4 Board of Commissioners wanted our website to be much more user friendly, more inviting, easier to access important information and compatible with newer technology. Our newly designed site is a responsive design and is much easier to view on mobile devices. In addition to the new design, we a...
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Mandeville Fire / EMS At All Local Football Games

Did you know Mandeville Fire / EMS provides Emergency Medical Services (EMS) at all local football games? An ambulance, Paramedic, and Emergency Medical Technician stand waiting to respond immediately if a player is injured or a fan has a medical emergency in the stands. View schedules:
Mandeville Football Schedule
Fontainebleau Football Schedule
Lakeshore Football Schedule
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St. Tammany Fire District #4 Receives CLASS 1 Rating

Class 1 Rating
Ladies and Gentlemen: It is with a great deal of pride that I share some historic news with you today. I have just received notification from the Property Insurance Association of Louisiana (PIAL), that the Public Fire Protection Classification for St. Tammany Fire District #4 has improved to CLASS 1 for residential and commercial properties. Fire District #4 is the FIRST department in St. Tammany Parish to receive a CLASS 1 rating and only the sixth within the State of Louisiana to hold such a...
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Chief Kenneth Moore Named New Fire Chief

Chief Kenneth Moore
Ladies and Gentlemen: On behalf of the Board of Commissioners of Fire District 4, I am very proud to announce Chief Kenneth Moore was named the new Fire Chief of our District by unanimous vote at the regular meeting last night (December 20th, 2016). Chief Moore scored the highest grade on the State Civil Service Examination and the oral interview which was conducted by a committee appointed by the Chairman. Chief Moore has served as the Provisional Chief since the retirement of Chief Merrick Ta...
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