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WELCOME TO THE ONLINE HOME OF THE CORLEY-MOUNTAIN RURAL FIRE DEPARTMENT

CMRFD.com is Corley-Mtn. Rural Fire Department's official website. Cmrfd.com represents the Corley-Mtn. RFD which is a rural volunteer fire department covering the Corley Community, Rich Mtn., Red Bench, and the Mt. Magazine region in Logan County, Arkansas. The Corley-Mtn. RFD was officially established on November 5, 2001. Corley-Mtn. RFD currently has 12 trucks and 3 stations. The Corley-Mtn. RFD strives to Answer The Call each time their help is needed and is dedicated to meet the standards of today's firefighting requirements to the best of their ability.

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Please click on the links below to view the photo albums of the latest events on CMRFD's Flickr channel.

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LATEST NEWS

CMRFD IS AWARDED A RURAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT

February 9, 2016
Governor Asa Hutchinson and ADRS Director Amy Fecher presented money to rural communities selected for funding through the Rural Services Block Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2016. The grant awards were distributed February 9th at an awards ceremony held in the Governor’s Reception Room at the Arkansas State Capitol. In attendance were representatives receiving an Arkansas Rural Services Block Grant award on behalf of Corley-Mountain in Logan County. The Corley-Mountain Rural Fire Department received $50,000 to purchase a tanker truck. The Department of Rural Services works in partnership with the Arkansas Rural Development Commission to select the Rural Services Block Grant recipients.  The grant program is funded through HUD's Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Program and is administered for the State and the Department of Rural Services through a partnership with the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. Incorporated cities and towns and unincorporated communities in rural areas of less than 3,000 in population and that are 51% or above on the low-to-moderate income scale are eligible to apply for assistance through the mayor or county judge’s office. For more information about the Rural Development Conference or ADRS grant programs, please contact the Department of Rural Services at 1-888-RURALAR. Representing on behalf of the Corley Mountain Rural Fire Department were Frank Grist, Shirley Valentine, Rep. Jon Eubanks, and Tracee McKenna.