Center Fire Protection District
FIRE DIVISION CHIEF JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Closing Date: 9/27/2019
Valley Center Fire Protection District will be holding
a Fire Division Chief examination October 14-17, 2019.
Under the supervision of the Fire Chief – The Division
Chief of Operations and Training is responsible to command
and direct all firefighting, hazardous materials and other
related emergency operations within a major geographical
area of the Valley Center Fire Protection District. This
assignment also involves responsibility for the management
of all operations and training of personnel during regular
business hours, and on weekends and holidays. The Division
Chief of Operations and Training manages the emergency
programs within the Operations and Training Division works
in close concert with the Division Chief of Community
Risk Reduction. Work in this position requires considerable
independence and professional decision-making.
applications and resumes, with proof of minimum qualifications
attached, must be received by the District no later than
5 p.m., September 27, 2019.
Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 28234 Lilac Rd.
Valley Center, CA 92082
No. 54 - Setting the maximum service availability charge
for fire suppression service. View
No. 2019-07 - Resolution continuing the annual special
tax levy for community facilities district. View
May 17, 2019
Symposium May 18, 2019
following links are Power Point presentations and Movie files
for your download.
Center Ready Set Go.pptx
Presentation - Joe Napier.pptx
- Palm tree fire.wmv
Younger VALLEY CENTER 05-18-19.ppsx
Center Fire Protection District
Standards of Coverage Study
Valley Center Fire Protection District (District) retained
Citygate Associates, LLC (Citygate) to perform a Standards
of Coverage (Deployment) Study. This study reviews the adequacy
of the existing deployment system from the current fire station
locations and makes recommendations for change where indicated.
This report is presented in three volumes, including this
Executive Summary (Volume 1) summarizing our findings and
recommendations, a Technical Report (Volume 2) that is the
Standards of Coverage (deployment) technical assessment, and
a map atlas of deployment coverage measures (Volume 3).
Click on the reports below to view.
behalf of the 40 professional men and women that serve the
citizens of the Valley Center Fire Protection
District, I welcome you to the Valley Center Fire Protection
District web page. Here you will find both statistical, as
well as anecdotal information regarding the district. The
Valley Center Fire Protection Districts operates a full service
fire department providing services ranging from fire prevention,
public education, fire suppression, emergency medical services
in partnership with Mercy Ambulance, technical rescue and
hazardous materials mitigation.
Operating from 2 strategically located stations in an 84.5
square mile response area, the Valley Center Fire Protection
District provides the highest quality of service to our 20,000
residents and visitors who come to our community and experience
our family atmosphere. We responded to over 1720 calls for
service in 2016 and with our growing community, we expect
to see an increase in calls for service in the years to come.
We have strived to provide you with information that is most
frequently requested, and I hope you find this page easy to
navigate. As always, if you see ways we can make your experience
here on our page better, please do not hesitate to let us
know by contacting any of the members of the Valley Center
Fire Protection District.
Valley Center Fire Department
Dear Property Owner,
an effort to provide prompt and efficient emergency services
to our customers, the Valley Center Fire Protection District
is surveying all bridges, culverts and other crossings
within our jurisdiction to ensure compliance with District,
County and State fire codes. This effort is in response
to the identification of several substandard, non-permitted
bridges or culverts in the district, with the ultimate
goal of preventing our fire apparatus from falling through
a bridge or collapsing a culvert. Our staff has conducted
a survey and determined that there is a bridge or culvert
on your property. We will be requiring that all private
bridges and culverts have the maximum vehicle load limits
posted on both entrances to the elevated structure.
order to ensure the safety of our personnel and equipment,
we cannot guarantee our fire apparatus will cross your
bridge or culvert until such time as we receive verification
that your elevated structure will support a capacity of
75,000 pounds. Rest assured we will continue to provide
prompt service to your property; however, service will
likely be delayed if the capacity of your structure remains
unanswered. Verification of capacity may be accomplished
by one of the following:
1. Provide proof of a permit, or obtain a permit from
the County of San Diego, Department of Planning &
Land Use (858) 694-2960
If your bridge or culvert cannot be permitted by the County,
obtain written verification from a licensed structural
engineer. You may find such engineers in the yellow pages
thank you for your prompt attention in this matter. Should
you have any questions, please contact me at (760) 751-7600.
A completed county permit or verification can be mailed
to Mike Shore, Fire Marshal at the above address.
Shore, Fire Marshal
Valley Center Fire Protection District
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plans ahead of time can often mean the difference between
tragedy and survival. And, while the VCFPD and other emergency
responders are dedicated to making your life safer, no one
agency or governmental entity can do everything that needs
to be done to protect you in all circumstances.
planning includes having knowledge of your community, its
terrain, its roads, the best places to go or avoid in an emergency,
what media stations to turn to during a disaster for information,
and many other things.
delay. Start planning today!