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Chino Valley Fire

CHINO VALLEY
FIRE DISTRICT

Serving the Cities of Chino, Chino Hills, and Unincorporated Areas of Surrounding San Bernardino County.

Answering the Call

Since 1895

Chino Valley Fire is an all-risk fire district serving the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, and unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County. Our firefighter/paramedics and specialized teams respond to structure fires, vegetation fires, medical aids, traffic collisions, confined space rescues, water rescues, and hazardous materials incidents. Specialized teams include Urban Search and Rescue, Hazardous Materials, and Swift Water Rescue.

CVFD began in 1895 as Chino Fire Company No. 1 and has since grown to include seven fire stations, housing over 120 professional firefighters. CVFD firefighter/paramedics pride themselves in providing exceptional customer service and protecting the Chino Valley.

ABOUT US
PROTECTING LIVES
COMMUNITY TRAINING
NEWS & INFORMATION

ABOUT CHINO VALLEY FIRE

Chino Valley Fire has deep roots in the Chino Valley, dating back to 1895. We are proud to continue serving Chino Valley residents, local businesses, and visitors with the same commitment to public safety.

Learn more about our history, who we are today, and how we got here.

SAVING LIVES

Visit our emergency services page to learn about the fire suppression and life-saving services we provide on a daily basis.

With a staff of over 30 first-responders on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, our organization responds to over 12,000 calls a year from people needing our help.

COMMUNITY TRAINING

Chino Valley Fire offers training classes that empower the community with basic skills that could save lives.

Consider taking a class from Chino Valley Fire.

Learn More:

Bleed Safe Training

CPR Classes

Heart Safe Community

 

NEWS & INFORMATION

We are proud to keep our community informed with the latest information on prominent incidents, as well as department news.

Visit our website frequently to see the latest, as well as get the latest seasonal safety tips.

Chief Dave Williams

On behalf of the Board of Directors and our employees, I would like to welcome you to the Chino Valley Fire District website.

The Fire District is a recognized leader in fire, rescue, and emergency medical services. We are committed to providing high-quality, essential services in our community and throughout the west end of San Bernardino County.

LEARN ABOUT OUR FIRE STATIONS

Our Latest Incidents and News

CVFD Seeks Nominations for Prestigious Award

CVFD Seeks Nominations for Prestigious Award

Chino Valley Fire District seeks nominations for the Fred L. Burns Community Service Award. Nominations will be accepted until midnight on December 31st. Award recipients will be announced in January 2023. The Fred L. Burns Award was established to recognize an...

Join CVFD in Spreading Holiday Cheer

Join CVFD in Spreading Holiday Cheer

Join Chino Valley Fire in spreading holiday cheer by donating to the Spark of Love Toy Drive. Chino Valley Fire personnel will be collecting new and unwrapped toys/sports equipment on Saturday, December 10, 2022 and Sunday, December 11, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in front of Wal-Mart (3943 Grand Avenue, Chino).

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Chino Valley Fire is an independent fire district governed by an elected five-member Board of Directors serving the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, and surrounding unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County. 

Board members are responsible for overseeing the creation and evaluation of policies, establishing service levels, and approving expenditures for equipment, apparatus, and station construction. Each December, the Chino Valley Fire District’s Board of Directors votes a board member into the seat of board president and board vice-president. 

Chino Valley Fire Board of Directors is committed to providing excellence in legislative leadership and the highest quality of services to our constituents. 

Regular Board Meeting January 11, 2023

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