Marin County Fire Department - Hicks Valley Station 7330 Red Hill Rd, Petaluma, CA94952 The Hicks Valley Fire Department is located between Point Reyes and Petaluma and serves Hicks Valley, Chileno Valley and…More Nicasio Valley. It also provides mutual aid to Novato and Petaluma fires.
The Petaluma Fire Department was established in 1858 and has 48 firefighters including captains, engineers and…More paramedics. When they are not battling flames or responding to medical emergencies, firefighters are busy conducting building inspections and other duties around town to make sure fire codes are met.
The department responded to more than 5,000 calls last year--about 13 a day--and is overseen by Fire Chief Larry Anderson.
State of California Fire Station 655 Lohrman Ln, Petaluma, CA94952 Run by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, this fire station responds to major incidents,…More including earthquakes, floods, fires and other natural disasters. The agency also issues advisories on fire danger levels and coordinates inter-agency responses to critical situations.
Wilmar Volunteer Fire Department 3825 Bodega Ave, Petaluma, CA94952 Wilmar Volunteer Fire Department is a community organization working to protect and help the residents of Petaluma and…More the surrounding areas. The department serves more than 14 square miles and is made up of 40 dedicated and professional volunteer firefighters and support staff. The department responds to more than 300 emergency incidents a year and provides mainly medical emergency help. The department also has responded to structural and wild land fires, hazardous-materials incidents, rescues, vehicle accidents and much more. Some vehicles and apparatuses used include water tenders, fire engines and rescue trucks.
Wilmar Volunteer Fire Department 3825 Bodega Ave, Petaluma, CA94952 Wilmar Volunteer Fire Department is located in a rural unincorporated area at the southern end of Sonoma County. The…More department provides emergency services to more than 1,100 parcels spread out over 14.6 square miles.
This all-volunteer fire department serves Sonoma and Marin counties, covering approximately 35 square miles of…More agricultural, residential and light commercial areas. The 25 volunteers are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For an emergency, please call 911.