Welcome to the La Verne Fire Department website. We hope you find this site helpful and informative.

The mission of the La Verne Fire Department is to preserve life, property, and the environment of the City of La Verne in a safe, efficient, and cost effective manner. Our members place high value on Integrity, Professionalism, Dedication, and Community. This site is intended to provide you with answers to the most frequently asked questions and give you information about our organization and how we serve the community.

Contact Information:

Administration: 909-596-5991

Community Risk Reduction (Inspections, Permits, Fire Safety): 909-295-8711

La Verne Ladder Truck

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A Red Flag warning is issued by the National Weather Service when low humidity, warm temperatures, dry fuels and strong winds could combine to produce extreme fire behavior that is either occurring or will occur within 24 hours. These are some of the criteria considered prior to issuing a Red Flag Warning:

  • Sustained wind speeds averaging 15 mpg or greater
  • Relative humidity of 25% or less
  • Temperature over 75 degrees F
  • Ten hour fuel moisture at 8% or less for one day

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La Verne Fire is hiring Ambulance Operators! The program is designed to create entry level exposure into the fire service. Since our successful program began in March 2022, 7 of the original 12 AOs have since been hired by La Verne and outside agencies as firefighters. The application process is set to open on June 1 at 8:00 a.m. and end on June 15 at 5:00 p.m. or when we receive 36 qualified applicants. As this process is expected to garner many potential applicants, it is imperative that each candidate clearly follow the application directions and submit their packet as soon as the application window opens. As a reminder, the following items MUST be submitted for the application to be considered:🚑Résumé (one page maximum) 🚑Proof of a valid California EMT-1 certificate (required at time of application) 🚑Copy of current and valid CPR certification (required at time of application) 🚑Proof of a valid California Driver’s License with valid Ambulance Driver certification (required at time of application) 🚑Certificate of completion from a certified Fire Academy/Firefighter I certificate (preferred but not required)Apply here: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cityoflaverne ... See MoreSee Less
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Please join us in welcoming our new Fire Marshal, Fred St. Ange!Fred began his career as a Paid-Call Firefighter with San Bernardino County Fire Department in 1997. Fred has 18 years of experience working in local municipalities, including the Ontario Fire Department as a Sr. Fire Safety Specialist and City of Upland as the Deputy Fire Marshal. His expertise will ensure the highest level of public safety for our community before emergencies happen, while also providing the safest possible environment for our Firefighters when the emergencies do occur.The Fire Marshal leads the Community Risk Reduction Division which handles the identification and prioritization of risks, threats and hazards followed by the implementation and evaluation of strategies to lessen their impact.Welcome to the LVFD team, Fred! #lavernefiredepartment #lavernefiredept #lavernefire #LVFD #laverne #CommunityRiskReduction ... See MoreSee Less
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There's still time to make your voice heard!La Verne Fire Department is in the process of developing a strategic plan to guide its efforts on your behalf for the next three tLa Verne Fire Department is in the process of developing a strategic plan to guide its efforts on your behalf for the next three t#strategicplano five years.AP Triton, LLC, a private public safety consulting company, has been contracted to facilitate the process. Because the department's focus is the community served, your participation in the process will be invaluable to its success.In order to assist us, please complete our community survey.The 🔗 to our survey can be found in our Facebook profile and will also be shared in our stories throughout the week.The survey consists of the following components:• Service priorities• Planning priorities• Expectations• Positives• Concerns• Other thoughtsOur short survey will only take approximately 10 minutes and is completely confidential. The compiled results will be published in the final report by AP Triton.This survey will be available until 5 p.m., Wednesday, May 24, 2023.Please be candid in your responses. Your feedback is essential to a meaningful survey!Thank you for participating!#lavernefiredepartment #lavernefire #lavernefd #LVFD #laverne #CommunitySurvey #strategicplan ... See MoreSee Less
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