The next Board of Directors Regular Meeting will be held at 9:00 a.m. on January 24. Click here for agenda.
The ISO Public Protection Classification (PPC) 2/2X rating that was originally received in 2016 has again been awarded to the District placing EPFD in the top 4% of all fire departments throughout the U.S. ISO extensively reviewed EPFD’s fire service … Continue reading
Please create defensible space on your property for wildfire protection. Burning permits are required to get rid of yard debris. Please click here to apply for your permit. You will have to watch a video and then continue on to … Continue reading
See the air quality at Ebbetts Pass Fire Station 1 https://www.purpleair.com/map?opt=1/mAQI/a10/cC0&select=89723#15/38.25822/-120.34548
The EPFD Board of Directors adopted the final budget and Gann Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2022-23 at its regular meeting on September 20, 2022. Click on the link below for budget detail: Click here for Proposed Final Budget 2022-23
Now is the time to prepare your defensible space for your home. See the specific information on CalFire’s handout. For more detail, please check out Defensible Space.
Ebbetts Pass Fire District has partnered with Cal Boating to make life jackets available to the public on a loan basis. Ebbetts Pass Fire District has life jackets available for children and adults. An individual or family can check out … Continue reading
The EPFD continues to be guided by the Calaveras County Department of Public Health, California Department of Public Health, and the Center for Disease Control. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent social distancing policies, the Ebbetts Pass Fire … Continue reading
What do surfing, fishing, water skiing, and swimming have in common? They are all lots of fun…and they all take place in, on, or around the water! Water activities are a great way to stay cool and have a good … Continue reading
The reason your chimney needs annual cleaning and a chimney sweep is because the smoke produced by your fire has tiny unburned flammable solid particles and oils from the wood which adhere to the walls of your chimney flue as soot. This … Continue reading