To schedule a Fire Station tour, Engine Visit, or School Demo please fill out and submit a Station Tour Request Form If you have any questions, please call (909) 477-2770 x 3008 or email [email protected].

Additional Fire Safety information for children K-2nd grade can be found at the following link under Resources for Teachers:

The Fire District is committed to engaging the community in conversations about fire and injury prevention programs.  Thought both fire safety awareness programs as well as disaster preparedness campaigns and classes, the District offers a variety of information and training opportunities for the public to participate in.  More detailed information is offered on the District’s website, however the brief list below includes highlights of our community engagement programs.

Want to learn more about maintaining a fire safe home while protecting your family from the dangers of fire?  Visit our Home Fire Safety page for more tips on:

  • Home Safety
  • One Week to a Fire Safe Home
  • Home Escape Plan
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Alarms
  • Drowning Prevention
  • CPR Class Info
  • Schedule a Station Tour
Or maybe you live in our High Fire Hazard Area and are interested in wildfire safety.  Be prepared to “Ready, Set, GO” of a wildfire occurs in our community.  Reviewing these safety tips will ensure you are ready before disaster strikes which ensures your readiness to act in the situation.
If you are interested in hands-on training for disaster preparedness or you would like to volunteer to help your neighbors prepare, check out the Disaster Training and Citizen Corps volunteer opportunities include:
  • Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program
  • Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)
  • Fire Corps