Support Services oversees both administrative and emergency services functions that include: facilities maintenance; repairs; construction; fleet and equipment maintenance; repair and acquisition; information technology services that include operation, maintenance, computer application development, and security of Chino Valley Fire’s technical infrastructure; and the procurement of various supplies and personal protective equipment.
The Chino Valley Fire serves the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, and surrounding unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County with the following apparatus:
- Paramedic Fire Engines
- Paramedic Squads
- Ladder Truck
- Specialized Units
- Water tenders
- Hazmat unit
- Swift Water Rescue Boats
Fire Administration is located at 14011 City Center Drive, in Chino Hills. The building opened to the public in November 2011 and underwent a lobby remodel in 2019.
Fire Administration is a 16,117 square-foot building that contains the offices of the Fire Chief; Clerk of the Board; Finance; Human Resources; Deputy Chiefs of Emergency Services, Emergency Medical Services, Training, Support Services; and Community Risk Reduction.
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- Fire Station 68
The Information Technology Division is responsible for the acquisition and maintenance of Chino Valley Fire’s technology infrastructure, network and server architecture, enterprise business applications, voice and data communications, desktop computing systems, and the print management program. This operation provides for network and systems administration, application integration and support, desktop support services, asset management, and end-user training in support of all departments.
The maintenance facility opened in 2016 at 5076 Carter Street, in Chino. It is a 12,304-square-foot building with approximately 600 square feet of office space. The maintenance facility services the entire fleet, which includes multiple fire engines, paramedic squads, ladder trucks, water tenders, ambulances, brush engines, command staff vehicles, swift water rescue equipment, a hazardous materials unit, and an urban search and rescue unit. Adding a maintenance facility allows Chino Valley Fire to maintain and repair our apparatus in-house, without the added expense of sending units out for service.
The Training Center measures over 6,000 square feet and houses three training classrooms, a four-story training tower complete with burn rooms, a rubble pile, and numerous other props and training infrastructure. The training center was built with Fire Station 61 and opened its door in 2011. The training center is home to two training captains, an EMS nurse, and an office technician.
Chino Valley Fire’s annual open house and various community classes are hosted at the training center throughout the year.