The Fire District is a combination Department with 8 full time and approximately 45 part time personnel. The daily emergency response staffing for the Fire District includes one Duty Chief and one 3-person Engine Company. On greater alarm incidents and when multiple calls come in simultaneously additional apparatus are filled with paid call personnel.
The District is an All-Risk Department providing emergency response services including but not limited to: structural fire suppression, wildland fire suppression, hazardous materials response, Urban Search and Rescue, basic life support services (BLS). The Operations Division oversees: all emergency response apparatus and equipment, including the Type II Hazardous Materials Team and Type II Urban Search and Rescue Team. The maintenance of all District facilities including two fire stations, a 4 story training tower and a 5000 sqft storage building are also under Operations.
The District operates out of two fire stations, with station 1 housing all administrative offices and the District’s training tower located at station 2. The District’s apparatus consists of:
Fire Station 1Fire Station 2 2 Type I Engines2 Type I Engines Type III Engine 75 ft Quint
Additional vehicles and equipment include; 3 command vehicles, a 1 ton crew cab pickup, Moorbark brush chipper and Bobcat Toolcat used by the fuels management crew, a Case 620 loader for snow removal and various utility vehicles.