Calls for the City of Hoquiam’s Fire Department continued to climb in 2010. In the annual report released this week, Chief Ray Pumphrey reports 3060 calls for service, representing a 13% increase since 2006. On the positive side, the $191,650 in fire losses was the lowest total since 2007 and the 152 fire responses are the lowest total in the last five years, representing a 43% decrease since 2006. The Hoquiam Police Department saw a 23% jump in calls for service since 2009. Chief Jeff Myers reports the number of robbery and burglary cases dropped in 2010, with the $258,000 in stolen property representing the lowest such total in several years. On the down side, Myers reports domestic violence cases did see a slight jump last year with 301 reported cases and 287 traffic collisions, which Myers says might be associated with the closure of the Simpson Avenue Bridge.