The Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District, formerly known as the Foothill Fire Protection District, was formed in 1975 through a consolidation of the Alta Loma Fire District and the Cucamonga Fire District. On July 1, 1989, the Fire District was legislatively reorganized to a subsidiary district of the City of Rancho Cucamonga and was renamed the Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District and covers 50-square miles with seven fire stations. Learn more about our history, how to become a firefighter, and more with the resources below.
We, the members of the Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District, are dedicated to serving the people of our community and the members of our organization. Our mission will be accomplished daily by planning, promoting and demonstrating a readiness to respond to, and reduce, threats to life and property; through the traditional and innovative emergency and non-emergency services and programs we provide; and by applying the core values of the Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District.
The Rancho Cucamonga Fire District is a cohesive team providing premier emergency and non-emergency services.
Core Values Integrity
We stand undivided in promoting harmony and maintaining high ethical standards which include honesty, faith, compassion, loyalty, duty, and forgiveness. Innovation We encourage and support creative ideas which improve our programs and services. Tradition We respect the transcendent wisdom and time-honored practices which have set the foundation for our country and our profession. Stewardship We are vigilant in upholding the trust of the community, caring for their safety, and honorably managing their public resources. Professionalism We take pride in our proficiency, maturity, leadership and accountability to our mission. People We respect all people and care about their safety and well being regardless of status, origin, or personal beliefs.