We Use NextRequest
The Chino Valley Fire District uses a service provided by NextRequest for all public records act requests and subpoenas. Should you wish to submit a public records request, you will be redirected to their website in a new browser tab.
The district will notify you that the records request has been received and is being processed, and will respond to your public records request within 10 days. A response may include the requested information or a written notice if additional information and/or additional time is required to search for and collect the information being requested, as set forth in the CVFDs Public Records Request Policy.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The California Public Records Act (CPRA) was passed by the California Legislature in 1968 for government agencies and requires that government records be disclosed to the public, upon request, unless there are privacy and/or public safety exemptions that would prevent doing so.
You can view the California Attorney General’s Office Summary of the California Public Records Act by clicking here.
Government Code §6252 (e) defines a public record as “any writing containing information relating to the conduct of the public’s business prepared, owned, used or retained by any state or local agency regardless of physical form or characteristics.”
To make a public records act request, click on the red button above labeled “SUBMIT PRA REQUEST.”
Anyone can make a public records act request.
An agency receiving a request for documents under the Public Records Act has ten days in which to respond to the request.
Records identified as responsive to your public records act request will be available through the district’s public records portal. You will receive a notification when the documents requested are available.
CONFIRE JPA provides dispatch services for the district and therefore is the official custodian of records for 911 calls. You may reach them directly to submit a formal request by mail, or email. Their mailing address is 1743 Miro Way, Rialto, CA,. You can also send your request to email@example.com.
Commonly requested information, documents, and links related to the operations and management of the Chino Valley Fire District.
Request to speak at an upcoming meeting.
CATALOG OF ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS
Catalog of enterprise systems that collect public information.
View the Chino Valley Fire District Board Policies and Procedures
MINUTES & AGENDAS
View the latest meeting minutes and agendas.
View and download public notices from the district.
We are open and transparent about all we do. Learn more here.
View and download the districts annual budgets.
Information about subpoenas to the district.
External link to the California Fair Political Practices Commission.
CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE
View and download the conflict of interest code document.
View and download our organizational chart.
View our District Transparency Certificate of Excellence.
Information about filing a damage or loss claim against the district.
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT LAW
External link to learn about the Fire Protection District Law of 1987.
INVESTIGATIVE REPORT 11/2019
Download the investigative report completed in 2019.
Information and application for public records.
DISTRICT COVERAGE MAP
View the coverage area and boundaries of the CVFD.