Seneca South Carolina Fire Department
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The Seneca Fire Department has recently been issued an improved rating of  CLASS  3  from a previous Class 4 for those INSIDE  the City of Seneca. 

The Seneca Fire Department has recently been issued a rating of  CLASS 3/9*  from a previous Class 4/9 for those OUTSIDE  the City of Seneca yet still inside the county’s contracted area known as the Seneca Fire District.

All municipalities graded by ISO now receive a municipal grade and a fire district grade.

These new ratings go in effect June 1, 2009.  Be sure to contact your insurance company or prospective insurance company to see if your premiums have been lowered with these improved ratings.

 

* If your insured structure is in the Seneca Fire District (not city limits) within five road miles from the Seneca Fire Station on W. South 4th Street and within 1,000 feet of a fire hydrant, you are Class 3.  If you are farther than the values listed you are Class 9.

 

To view a map of the Seneca Fire Department coverage area to determine your rating, please click here.

 

ISO Home ISO's Public Protection Classification Program

 

To help establish appropriate fire insurance premiums for residential and commercial properties, insurance companies need reliable, up-to-date information about a community's fire-protection services. ISO provides that information through the Public Protection Classification (PPCTM) program.

 

What is the PPC program?

 

ISO collects information on municipal fire-protection efforts in communities throughout the United States. In each of those communities, ISO analyzes the relevant data using our Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS). We then assign a Public Protection Classification from 1 to 10. Class 1 represents exemplary public protection, and Class 10 indicates that the area's fire-suppression program doesn't meet ISO's minimum criteria.

By classifying communities' ability to suppress fires, ISO helps the communities evaluate their public fire-protection services. The program provides an objective, countrywide standard that helps fire departments in planning and budgeting for facilities, equipment, and training. And by securing lower fire insurance premiums for communities with better public protection, the PPC program provides incentives and rewards for communities that choose to improve their firefighting services.

ISO has extensive information on more than 44,000 fire-response jurisdictions.

For more information please visit ISO’s website at www.isomitigation.com                           

 

 ISO Ratings Compared Locally and Nationally
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ISO’s Breakdown of Oconee County Fire Departments

 

 

 

Community /City

1000 ft of fire hydrant and

Over 1000 ft of fire hydrant and/or

 

with in 5 road miles of fire station

Over 5 road miles of fire station

Seneca – Inside City Limits All areas of the City are a Class 3 All areas of the City are a Class 3
Seneca – Outside City Limits 3 9
Oakway 7 9
Salem 7 9
Corinth Shiloh 7 9
Mountain Rest 7 9
Walhalla – Inside City Limits All areas of the City are a Class 4 All areas of the City are a Class 4
Walhalla – Outside City Limits 4 9
Westminster – Inside City Limits All areas of the City are a  Class 5 All areas of the City are a  Class 5
Westminster – Outside City Limits 5 9
Fair Play 5 5
Long Creek 9 9
Cleveland  9 9
Keowee-Ebeneezer 7 7
Friendship 5 9
        Cross Roads               8 10
Pickett Post-Camp Oak 7 9
South Union 7 10
West Union 5 9
Keowee 4 4
Station 21 (County Paid Station) No Credit No Credit
 

 

                    

ISO’s Breakdown of S.C. Fire Departments

Class 1 – 4

Class 2 – 33

Class 3 – 61

Class 4 – 126

Class 5 – 164

Class 6 – 113

Class 7 – 84

Class 8 – 19

Class 8B - 0

Class 9 – 71

Class 10 – 3

 

  

ISO’s Breakdown of U.S. Fire Departments

 

Class 1 – 57

Class 2 – 538

Class 3 – 1,878

Class 4 – 4,403

Class 5 – 7,749

Class 6 – 8,778

Class 7 – 6,057

Class 8 – 2,409

Class 8B – 644

Class 9 – 13,611

Class 10 – 1,524

 

All of the data above was retrieved from ISO's website located at: http://www.isomitigation.com/ppc/1000/ppc1002.html

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