Canyon Lake fire chief presents monthly report for January

Canyon Lake Fire Chief Jeff LaTendresse on Wednesday presented the public with the department’s monthly report for the month of January 2023.

Station 1 responded to 93 calls in January. They include three fire calls, 64 rescue/EMS incidents, six service calls, 13 good intent calls, one hazardous condition, five false alarms, and one not reported.

The average dispatch to en route response time was 1.08 minutes, the average en route to arrival time was 5.39 minutes, and the average dispatch to arrival time was 6.34 minutes.

Fire response includes two vehicle fires on January 12, two structure fires on January 16, and two vehicle fires on January 21.

Canyon Lake engines responded to 18 incidents outside the city. They include 12 incidents in the City of Lake Elsinore, three in the City of Menifee, one in the City of Perris, and two in the City of Good Hope.

Riverside County/Cal Fire responded into the City of Canyon Lake six times. One of these incidents required a Hazardous Materials Unit for a vehicle accident on Railroad Canyon Road. ,

Training in January focused on elevator training, adult protective services, hose and pump evolutions, fire investigating, area familiarization, and reserve firefighter training.

Firefighters interacted with the community at a blood drive, lemonade stand, community service project for MLK Day, and mentoring a prospective firefighter.


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