Thank you for visiting the website for the Healdsburg Fire Department. For more than 150 years, our Department has consistently met the challenges of providing a wide spectrum of fire services to our community.
The dedicated staff at the Healdsburg Fire Department includes a combination of paid and reserve fire service personnel. These individuals carry out our mission by working individually and collectively to make Healdsburg a safer place to live, work and visit. We consider it a privilege to serve our community, both its residents and visitors, with the highest level of public service by protecting and preserving life, environment, and property in a safe and efficient manner.
Jason Boaz, Fire Chief
The Healdsburg Fire Department, established in 1858, is responsible for protecting the life, environment, and property of its citizens and community from the dangers of fire and hazardous materials incidents and by providing emergency first aid response to medical emergencies.
Additionally, the department supports and maintains programs in fire prevention, disaster preparedness, hazardous materials management, public education, and weed abatement.
Performing all duties is a combination of:
The Fire Chief
1 Division Chief / Fire Marshal
1 Fire Engineer / Fire Inspector
1 Office Assistant
22 Reserve Firefighters
Our organization is comprised of 12 paid personnel and 22 Reserve Firefighters, providing emergency services to the City of Healdsburg, including the areas of Fitch Mountain and the lower Dry Creek Valley.
Training & Equipment
As a department, we must do more than simply respond when called; we must also do all we can to prevent fires and be trained and prepared for every emergency. Our firefighters train consistently to maintain the highest and most current level of equipment and fire safety standards. We currently operate out of 1 fire station and have in service: