ISO

ISO

Insurance Service Office (ISO)
The classification of the unincorporated areas of Taney County, with-in five road miles of a fire station, is a class 6.
Over five road miles from a fire station is a class 10.
The Village of Bull Creek is a class 4.
The City of Hollister, Rockaway Beach and the village of Merriam Woods are a class 5.
The Village of Kirbyville is a class 6.

Insurance Service Office (ISO) History
The Western Taney County Fire District officially started operations on January 1983 after the voters had established it on November 2, 1982.
*The original ISO rating was a class 9/10. Class 9 for everyone within 5 road miles of a fire station, class 10 for anyone over 5 road miles from a station.
*The districts first evaluation was completed during July of 1983. The first rating went into effect in January 1984 with a split classification of 8/9/10. The class 8 applied to areas within 1000 feet of an approved water source.
*After a reevaluation in early 1995 the split classification of 6/9/10 went into effect on June 1, 1995. The class 6 applied to areas within 1000 feet of an approved water source.
*After an evaluation during the summer of 2006 the following changes went into effect:
*As of October 1, 2007 the City of Hollister became a class 5.
*As of February 1, 2008 the village of Merriam Woods became a class 5.
*As of April 1, 2008 the village of Bull Creek became a class 4.
*As of April 1, 2008 the village of Kirbyville became a class 6.
*As of April 1, 2008 the City of Rockaway Beach became a class 5.
*As of September 1, 2008 the unincorporated portions with-in the Western Taney County Fire District with-in five road miles of a fire station became a class 6. Over five road miles from a fire station is a class 10.

More information about ISO is available at www.isomitigation.com

Insurance Service Office (ISO)

The classification of the unincorporated areas of Taney County, with-in five road miles of a fire station, is a class 6. 
Over five road miles from a fire station is a class 10.
The Village of Bull Creek is a class 4.
The City of Hollister, Rockaway Beach and the village of Merriam Woods are a class 5.
The Village of Kirbyville is a class 6.

Insurance Service Office (ISO) History

The Western Taney County Fire District officially started operations on January 1983 after the voters had established it on November 2, 1982. 
*The original ISO rating was a class 9/10. Class 9 for everyone within 5 road miles of a fire station, class 10 for anyone over 5 road miles from a station.
*The districts first evaluation was completed during July of 1983. The first rating went into effect in January 1984 with a split classification of 8/9/10. The class 8 applied to areas within 1000 feet of an approved water source.
*After a reevaluation in early 1995 the split classification of 6/9/10 went into effect on June 1, 1995. The class 6 applied to areas within 1000 feet of an approved water source.
*After an evaluation during the summer of 2006 the following changes went into effect:
*As of October 1, 2007 the City of Hollister became a class 5.
*As of February 1, 2008 the village of Merriam Woods became a class 5.
*As of April 1, 2008 the village of Bull Creek became a class 4.
*As of April 1, 2008 the village of Kirbyville became a class 6.
*As of April 1, 2008 the City of Rockaway Beach became a class 5.
*As of September 1, 2008 the unincorporated portions with-in the Western Taney County Fire District with-in five road miles of a fire station became a class 6. Over five road miles from a fire station is a class 10.

More information about ISO is available at www.isomitigation.com

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