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The Batavia ESDA meets monthly, in person, and there are multiple training sessions throughout the year. Volunteers attend calls when they happen. Time commitment varies from 1 hour to several hours a month.
Yes, on a points system and is paid at the end of the year. Volunteers receive points for answering calls.
You will receive a page or a text from the Batavia ESDA Manager.
No, the city provides municipal vehicles to use, which are housed at the Batavia Fire Station Number 2, 1400 Main Street (west side station).
When there's a need for extra lighting, or when there is a known situation or a call that will take an extended length of time. ESDA will take control to relieve the police of traffic control duties. Examples are downed power lines, serious vehicle accidents, structure fires, and disasters.