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Medical requires volunteers to be medically trained. Discipline examples include EMS/Fire, Hospital personnel (ER Techs, Nurses or Doctors), military trained medics/combat lifesavers, National Ski Patrol, Lifeguards are also suitable for the Medical Team. Others trained in Advanced First Aid/Medical First Responder along with CPR are also welcome. While those with actual patient care experience are preferred, the Medical Team will utilize those without such experience, paring them with more experienced partners as a way to gain experience and groom returning volunteers.


ESD FIRE helps keep our community safe from fire related emergencies. ESD FIRE also assists ESD MEDICAL with emergencies as the need arises. We work closely with F.A.S.T, EFFIGY and RANGERS to help make every Lakes of Fire the best burn ever.

ESD is looking for FIRE team members. Have you ever wanted to volunteer for ESD but didn’t know if you could? We have two classifications, Fire I and Fire II. Spots are still available.

Fire I team members are those who have completed the Lakes of Fire: Fire 101 class and the National Incident Management System (NIMS) IS-100.C: Introduction to the Incident Command System. Both classes are free and easy to complete. First Aid & CPR certifications are also a big bonus.

Fire II team members are individuals who hold firefighter certifications from the NFPA, a home state agency or Military.

Team members should be able to safely operate a golf cart as needed and be able to lift 50Lbs. For more information, contact Joel “LoveRhino” Eastlund.


The Crisis Intervention Team is a special group of volunteers who are trained, experienced, and/or licensed in mental health, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other social services. The CIT is dispatched when situations require more intervention than our wonderful participants and Rangers are able to provide. The CIT volunteers are dedicated and on-call in case you need us, 24/7. We hope we’re not needed, but we’re there when we are.