San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District
|Annual calls||8,438 (2013)|
|Annual budget||$53,059,960 (2013)|
|Fire chief||Paige Meyer|
|Facilities and equipment|
|Wildland||8 - Type 3|
|Light and air||1|
The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District provides fire protection and emergency medical services for cities of Alamo, Blackhawk, Danville, Diablo and San Ramon as well as southern areas of the Morgan Territory in California, United States. In all, the district is responsible for 155 square miles (400 km2) with a population of approximately 169,900.
The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District was first started in 1912, when it was decided that a volunteer fire department needed to be organized to provide services to the community. This first department became known as the Danville Farm Defense Fire District. In 1921, after a state law was passed allowing the organization of special fire districts, the district was renamed the Danville Fire Protection District and expanded to cover nearly 50 square miles (130 km2).
In 1963, Contra Costa County reorganized its East County Fire Protection District into the San Ramon Fire Protection District, an independent district. This led to the Local Agency Formation Commission consolidating the two districts into one on July 1, 1980.
USAR Task Force 4
The district is part of Urban Search and Rescue California Task Force 4 (CA-TF4) which is one of eight FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Task Forces in California. The task force, which is based in Oakland, is sponsored by the Oakland Fire Department.
Stations and apparatus
The district has 10 stations spread across the 155 square miles (400 km2) of responsible area.
|City||Engine Company||Truck Company||ParaMedic Unit||Wildland Unit||Specialized units|
|30||San Ramon||Engine 30||Rescue Medic 30||Engine 330||Water Tender 30|
|31||Danville||Engine 31||Truck 31||Rescue Medic 31||Engine 331||Breathing Support 31,Communications Support 31, Battalion 31|
|Rescue Medic 32||Engine 332|
|33||Danville||Engine 33||Engine 333||Multiple Casualty Unit 33|
|34||San Ramon||Engine 34||Truck 34||Rescue Medic 34||Engine 334||Urban Search and Rescue (USAR)34|
|35||Danville||Engine 35||Truck 35||Rescue Medic 35||Engine 335||Water Tender 35, HazMat 35|
|36||Danville||Engine 36||Engine 336|
|37||Livermore||Engine 37||Engine 337|
|38||San Ramon||Engine 38||Paramedic 38 (Reserve)||Engine 338||Water Tender 38|
|39||San Ramon||Engine 39||Rescue Medic 39||Engine 339|
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