Fire Hazard Severity Zone Map
California Department of Foresty and Fire Protection prepared this map depicting Very High, High, Moderate and Non Fire Hazard Severity Zones.
The Fullerton Fire Department provides a variety of programs designed to protect the lives and property of the inhabitants of the City of Fullerton from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies, or exposure to dangerous conditions. The department is composed of three sections; Administration, Operations/Training, and the Fire Prevention Division.
December 16, 2014"Toy donations are way down this year, the lowest I've seen in several years," commented Julie Kunze, Deputy Fire Chief and Fire Marshall in the City of Fullerton. "Currently the warehouse doesn't have enough toys to fill the requests for needy children."
Every year during the month of December, the Orange County Toy Collaborative and the firefighters from all over Orange County join their counterparts across the county in appealing to citizens to donate new, unwrapped toys or sports equipment to ensure every underprivileged child receives a gift.
December 15, 2014The Cities of Brea and Fullerton are one step closer to forming a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) for shared fire services due to special legislation (SB1251) sponsored by Senator Bob Huff with bi-partisan approval by the California State Assembly. The bill, signed into law by Gov. Brown in August, provides a legislative foundation for Brea and Fullerton to continue its successful cost-saving service model.
December 9, 2014
In anticipation of a relatively strong storm, the City of Fullerton will be providing sandbags/sand to residents.
Residents will be required to fill the bags on their own with a limit of 15 bags per person.
Sandbags and sand will be distributed at Fire Station No. 1 at 312 E. Commonwealth Ave (corner of Lemon) in Fullerton.
December 2, 2014Santa is looking for your help. The Orange County Toy Collaborative and the Fullerton Firefighters are joining their counterparts across the county in appealing to citizens to donate new, unwrapped toy or sports equipment to ensure every underprivileged child receives a gift.
The Collaborative, through their warehouse, supports the holiday toy drives of numerous nonprofit organizations, including the Orange County Firefighters' "Spark of Love Toy Drive," the Marine Corps’ “Toys for Tots,” Orange County Social Services’ “Operation Santa Claus” and the St. Vincent de Paul holiday charities programs.
July 3, 2014As the nation welcomes the celebration of Independence Day tomorrow, the city of Fullerton encourages its residents and visitors to exercise firework safety for themselves and those around them during the holiday.
February 4, 2013A new Academy of the Fullerton Fire Department’s "Community Emergency Response Team” (CERT) program is set to get under way in March of this year.
December 6, 2012
Santa is looking for your help. The Orange County Toy Collaborative and the Fullerton Firefighters are joining their counterparts across the county in appealing to citizens to donate new, unwrapped toy to ensure every underprivileged child receives a gift.
October 10, 2012The 2012 Great California ShakeOut will take place on October 18 at 10:18 a.m.
September 19, 2012
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Community Emergency Response Team (organized by the Fullerton Fire Department) has cancelled the Fire Prevention training that was to be held at 7p.m. Wednesday, October 10, 2012, at the City of Fullerton Maintenance Yard. Anyone interested in fire prevention or home safety information is encouraged to contact the Fullerton Fire Department, Fire Prevention Division at 714-738-6500.
June 7, 2012Building upon a long tradition of service to the community, the Fullerton Fire Department is about to initiate a new program called "Firefighting Homelessness." Starting July 1, the Fire Department will begin collecting supplies for homeless men, women, and children. Each Fire Station will place a barrel on the property, allowing residents a convenient location to contribute supplies. Local non-profit organizations will collect and distribute the supplies to our homeless population.