|— Incline Village —
We meet at 6:30 PM, on the second Tuesday of each month, in the Old Incline Fire Station's classroom, at the intersection of Tanager Street & Oriole Way, in Incline Village. Our training concentrates on activities that help us assist first responders (fire department and law enforcement) in the event of major incidents. We also spend many hours/days assisting various community activities around Incline Village, especially during the summer months. For more information, contact .
— Mavericks —
Mavericks is a team like no other.
We’re trained to administer CPR and First Aid to everyone, even our brother
We're a rough and rowdy band of buccaneers.
Our family, friends and community are so very dear.
We train hard, we play hard, but most of all
We are always ready to answer the call.
Our personal protective equipment is always packed tight
Because disaster can strike day or night.
When public safety is at risk
You can count on the Mavericks.
So come on down and get your hands dirty.
We meet in the evening every third Thursday of the month from 6:30 to 8:30.
Washoe County is our backyard!
Our home is the Regional Public Safety Training Center, 5190 Spectrum Boulevard
— Glenda Dudley
— Red Rock —
Nested in Washoe County’s North Valleys are the Red Rock Rattlers. Aligned with the Red Rock Volunteer Fire Department, the Rattlers focus primarily on local events. Organized in 2011, the team continues to grow steadily, including members with diverse interests, backgrounds, and careers. Bolstered with formal FEMA training and planned and situational event activities, the Rattlers are a critical support link for professional responders. Monthly meetings are generally on the second Monday, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM, at the RRVFD station, 16180 N. Red Rock Road, (our primary Incident Command Center). But we also try to schedule some special training events on Saturdays, so be sure to check with one of the team leads before you head out to our monthly meetings. Interested residents are welcome to share Rattler cordiality, camaraderie, discussions, and training. Bring your questions, fresh perspectives, feedback, and sweet tooth, as snacks are usually included. Below are the planned training topics for the Red Rock CERT Team, subject to change. Occasionally, the meeting dates are shifted to Saturday. Please contact the Red Rock Training Coordinator (Sandy McGill, firstname.lastname@example.org) before attending, in case the topic or date has changed.
— South Washoe —
— Sparks —
— Fritz Mumm
— UNR —
Meets 2nd and 3rd Thursdays of the Month, 12:00 – 1:00 PM, UNR Police Station – Fitzgerald Students Services Building on Campus (UNR CERT web site)
|Sheriff’s Mobile Auxiliary Response Team (brochure) — Meets on the 2nd Thursday of the Month, 6:00 – 8:00 PM, Regional Public Safety Training Center, 5190 Spectrum Blvd.|
|Citizens Homeland Security Council (brochure) — Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the Month, 7:00 PM — 9:00 PM, Regional Public Safety Training Center, 5190 Spectrum Blvd.|