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Fire Authority

North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority (The Authority) is a stand alone, autonomous body made up of 16 elected council members – 12 of these are nominated from North Yorkshire County Council and 4 are from the City of York Council.

The core functions of the Authority are to make provision for promoting fire safety, fire fighting, attending road traffic collisions and other emergencies such as responding to widespread flooding.

Below you will find copies of agendas, minutes and reports for Fire Authority meetings.

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