Tuesday, January 18th, 2022
The City of Clinton City Council unanimously decided to accept the appointment by Commissioner Ballenger of Stephen Page to the rank of Fire Chief. Stephen Page became a firefighter for the City of Cl...
Saturday, May 15th, 2021
Fire Chief Jeff Hoke Retired Saturday from the Fire Department. Chief Hoke stepped in the rank of Chief in 2017 and served in the position till his retirement. At this time the position has not been f...
Monday, March 1st, 2021
Get your Fire Department Raffle Tickets! Come by the Fire Station or stop any Clinton, Wapella or Kenney firefighter to get your ticket! $1.00 for One Ticket or $5.00 for Six TicketsFirst Place Winner...
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For precaution only due to the coronavirus you may see firefighters coming to your aid looking like this. These precautions are only being made to continue are service without interruption. We must in...
Cadet Program

Lyle  Denison

Lieutenant Lyle Denison oversees the Clinton Fire Department's Cadet Program. Lieutenant Denison has great respect for the fire service and takes pride in passing his knowledge to the youth that pursues working in the fire service field.

 

The Clinton School District now offers Emergency Medical Technician Classes and also Basic Firefighter Classes through the area vocational program. To work with this program offered by Clinton School District and to gain interest in our communities youth in 2016 the Clinton Fire Department started the Fire Cadet Program. The program accepts youth male and female from the ages of 16 to 18 years old. The program is limited to a maximum of 5 cadets at a time. Cadets will participate in training with the firefighters and participate in special functions and public relation events. Cadets participate at approval of their parents and school leadership and must hold a higher grade point average. To reach Lieutenant Denison about this program call (217) 935-3712.


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