Welcome to Chugiak Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company, Inc.
Here you will find information about our organization and the services we’ve provided since 1952 to the residents and businesses of Chugiak, Alaska.
The Chugiak Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company, Inc. provides fire protection and EMS Response to an area of approximately 47 square miles and a population around 11,000. You will also find safety and fire prevention information that you can use in your everyday life.
The Chugiak Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company, Inc. service area provides for a mix of suburban and rural fire protection needs. Residential property makes up the majority of structures within this service area. However, also included in the response area are light industrial and commercial occupancies, a light aircraft airport, a large senior center, three elementary schools, one middle school, high school and several long-term care facilities for the elderly.
LATEST PRESS RELEASES
2021 Annual ReportApril 18, 2022
The Chugiak Volunteer Fire and Rescue 2021 Annual Report has been released and is now available for review. The link to
2020 Annual ReportMarch 18, 2021
The Chugiak Volunteer Fire and Rescue 2020 Annual Report has been released and is now available for review. The link to
2020 Virtual Open HouseJanuary 15, 2021
This is our annual open house for 2020 due to COVID. It is a little bit different as we are not able to meet and see our
Fire Prevention Video – 2020October 20, 2020
Learn about Kitchen Safety with Sparky!
Improper Installation of Insulation in the Attic Could be a Fire RiskDecember 20, 2016
Several attic fires reported in the Northwest Arctic Borough recently, point to a common issue that may have contributed
Change Your Clock, Change Your BatteriesMarch 7, 2015
Alaska State Fire Marshal David Tyler is reminding Alaskans to check the batteries in their smoke and CO (carbon monoxid
Burny’s Fire FactsJuly 2, 2014
Burny says “Practice fire safety everyday!” From 2009 through 2013, consumer fireworks contributed to 38 re
Fire-Safe CookingJanuary 17, 2014
Many families gather in the kitchen to spend time together, but it can be one of the most hazardous rooms in the home if
Record Snowfall Hampers Access to Fire HydrantsMarch 9, 2012
With the record snowfall in many Alaskan cities this year, Fire Departments around the State are asking Alaskans to help
Cold Weather and Increase in Chimney FiresJanuary 17, 2012
(Anchorage, Alaska) The recent bitter cold has sparked an increase in chimney fires in several Alaskan communities. If n