Serving Sierra County
Ensuring Health And Safety
Life And Property Preservation
P.O. Box 255 Sierraville, California 96126 | 530.414.3846 ~ Secretary
MissionSierra County Fire Protection District #1 protects, preserves, and ensures the continued health, safety, and well being of its community -- the life and property preservation of all persons residing, working, or existing within the District, reaching from the Yuba Pass to Verdi. SCFPD #1 accomplishes this mission through fire suppression, fire prevention, intervention, medical assistance, and education. Sierra County Fire Protection District No. 1 maintains high standards of training and education for its volunteers. Volunteers act and perform in a safe, courteous, and professional manner, creating strong bonds and professional relationships within the community and with neighboring fire departments. Our district members are part of a team that takes pride in representing the SCFPD #1 mission through dedication and integrity.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER COURSE OFFERED AT DOWNIEVILLE SCHOOLSierra County Adult School is offering an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Course, Starting October 1st, 2019. Emergency Medical Responders are usually the First Responders to a medical or trauma event. They are able to do an emergency assessment and use lifesaving skills to intervene in a medical or trauma emergency until EMTs, Paramedics, Nurses or Doctors are able to get to the scene. The EMR Course is an entry level course that can help you decide if you want to pursue other health careers. The Course is free except for the cost of the book which is “Emergency Medical Responder” by Chris LeBaudour, 11th Edition published by Pearson. The Course will be held at Downieville School, Room 5 on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting, October 1st from 6PM to 9PM and ending November 26th, 2019. The instructor will be Frank Lang, NP,JD. The Course is open to everyone and our communities desperately need your help and your skill. You can also take this course if you just want to better understand your body and your health for personal or family reasons. If you are interested in more information or have questions, please contact Frank Lang at 530-289-3644 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To register for the class contact Wendy Jackson at 1-530-933-1660-180 or email@example.com. We will also be doing an EMT Course starting in January, 2020.
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About SCFPD#1Located in Eastern Sierra County, California, Sierra County Fire Protection District #1 maintains and oversees 3 Fire and Rescue Stations. Its stations are located in Sierraville, Sattely, and Calpine. The District is a volunteer force. Don't let the word volunteer fool you. Our volunteers are dedicated, highly trained, experienced and professional firefighters. We practice regularly and prepare for every type of emergency possible. Members hold certifications, including Paramedics and Hazardous Materials Technicians.
MeetingsMeetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM. Locations alternate between the Calpine and Sierraville Fire Stations. Click here for Angendas or Minutes.
Interested in Becoming A Volunteer Firefighter?Volunteer firefighting is a very rewarding and valuable way to serve your community. It takes dedication.. read more
SupportAttending events and fundraisers,sponsored by the department, is a sound investment. Financial contributions are tax deductible. Your donation ensures SCFPD #1 is able to meet all of our financial obligations, and operate under a balanced budget.
It is the combination of volunteer hours, and your financial contributions that allow us to operate, saving District residents vital tax dollars. We are here to serve and protect.