All South County Fire stations are fully staffed and operational.
If you have a medical emergency, call 911. Notify the dispatcher if you have or suspect COVID-19. Firefighters have safety protocols in place to protect patients and responders.
Stations Closed to Visitors
No visitors are allowed at fire stations or headquarters. That means:
- Classes are now offered online.
- Meeting rooms are NOT available for public use.
- No drop-in blood pressure checks.
- Station tours are virtual only – no in-person visits
We are not accepting donations at this time. This includes masks, hand sanitizer, stuffed animals etc. Visit GiveWellLocal.org for countywide donation needs and volunteer opportunities.
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More Information and Resources
You may see firefighters responding to 911 calls in this protective gear. Please don’t assume they are treating COVID-19. Firefighters are following safety protocols put in place to protect patients and responders.