CCF/R in the News

Juneau landslide damages homes, displaces residents

September 27, 2022 | Alaska Public Media

A landslide in downtown Juneau Monday evening damaged homes and knocked out power to parts of Juneau and Douglas. No injuries have been reported.

The National Weather Service office in Juneau had cautioned that landslides were possible earlier in the day, but no major warnings were issued… Read more

Girl Scouts deliver yummy cookies to Capital City Fire/Rescue

March 2021 | City & Borough of Juneau

Girl Scouts delivered a variety of the group’s famous cookies to Juneau firefighters at the city’s Airport Fire Station on Tuesday, March 3. Capital City Fire/Rescue staff and the scouts posed for a photo in front of the department’s ambulance featuring Northwest Coast formline.

Scouts Elizabeth and Maya… Read more

Juneau ambulance unveiled with Northwest Coast formline designs

Sep. 15, 2020 | KTUU

A Juneau ambulance, decorated on both sides with Northwest Coast formline art, was unveiled to the public on Tuesday morning.

The project was a collaboration between Capital City Fire/Rescue and the Unity Group, an organization that represents Alaska Native groups from across Juneau.

“The goal of the new ambulance art is to be more inclusive and representative of the community that CCFR serves,” said Beth Weldon, mayor of… Read more

Get to Know Sealaska Shareholder and CCFR Captain Jayme Johns

August 2020 | Sealaska

Capital City Fire Rescue (CCFR) and the Juneau Unity Group partnered to incorporate formline art onto a refurbished ambulance. The Unity Group is a collaborative partnership between Juneau’s Native organizations: Sealaska, Sealaska Heritage Institute, Douglas Indian Association, Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, Goldbelt Inc., Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, Huna Totem Corp., Kootznoowoo Inc., and Tlingit and Haida Regional Housing Authority. The refurbished ambulance will be… Read more