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Chino Valley Fire District
14011 City Center Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709
Ph: 909-902-5260
 

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Weed Abatement: A Year-Round Commitment to Safety Weed Abatement: A Year-Round Commitment to Safety
The Chino Valley Fire District will begin inspections for the proper clearance of brush and weeds on May 15, 2017. The weed abatement program helps to prevent brush fires by requiring the removal of weeds and other combustible materials.
Chino Valley Professional Firefighters’ Classic Car Show Chino Valley Professional Firefighters’ Classic Car Show
Chino Valley Professional Firefighters invite the public to attend its 8th annual Classic Car and Bike Show on Saturday May 20, 2017 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Shoppes in Chino Hills. The event is open to all makes and models of American and foreign, classic and collector vehicles.
Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries
The Chino Valley Fire District reminds residents to change the batteries in their home smoke alarms when setting clocks one hour ahead for Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, March 12, 2017. Residents may also want to consider installing 10-year lithium battery operated smoke alarms. These smoke alarms are powered for 10 years by sealed, long-life lithium batteries. After 10 years of use, residents can simply discard the smoke alarm and replace it with a new one.
Sand and Sandbag Information Sand and Sandbag Information
Properly filled and placed sandbags can act as a barrier to divert moving water around buildings during flooding caused by heavy rainfall. The Fire District, in partnership with the cities we serve, offers 25 sandbags and sand at no cost to Chino Valley residents.
CVFD Offers Storm Safety Tips CVFD Offers Storm Safety Tips
There are several storm fronts expected to move through the Chino Valley over the next five days that may result in flooding and other hazardous road conditions. The Chino Valley Fire District reminds residents not to drive around marked flood barricades or into floodwater.