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

As a highly professional organization, we serve the current and emerging needs of those who live, work, and visit our community. We are committed to responsibly safeguarding lives, property, and the environment through industry-leading emergency response and community engagement.

Contact Information:

In case of emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Administration: 909-596-5991

Community Risk Reduction (Inspections, Permits, Fire Safety): 909-295-6437

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๐Ÿš‘โœจ Happy National EMS Week! This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first National EMS Week, and weโ€™re incredibly proud of our dedicated EMS professionals, from ambulance operator to paramedic, who go above and beyond to provide exceptional care for our community. From assisting our senior residents to supporting our university students, our personnel are always ready to respond with compassion and expertise. As we honor those who laid the groundwork and those who continue to serve, we also appreciate the health and hospital systems that support the Los Angeles County EMS system. Together, letโ€™s innovate and advance the EMS profession for future generations. ... See MoreSee Less
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LVFD is honored to share the story of Project One Cause @projectonecause and their personal story of the impacts of drowning incident.Drowning prevention is crucial to reducing the risk of drowning incidents, which can happen quickly and silently. Here are several key strategies and measures to prevent drowning:1. **Supervision:** - Designate a responsible adult to supervise children around water, whether it's a pool, beach, or bathtub.2. **Swimming Skills:** - Enroll children in swimming lessons to help them become confident and competent swimmers.3. **Barriers:** - Install four-sided fencing with self-closing and self-latching gates around pools. Use pool covers and alarms as additional safety measures.4. **Life Jackets:** - Use approved life jackets for children and inexperienced swimmers when around water and pools.5. **Know the Risks:** - Be aware of water hazards in your environment, such as rip currents at the beach or deep water in lakes and rivers.6. **Water Safety Education:** - Educate children about the dangers of water and the importance of safe behaviors, such as avoid swimming alone and to always swim with a buddy.7. **Emergency Preparedness:** - Learn CPR and basic water rescue skills. Keep rescue equipment, such as life rings and reaching poles, near pools.8. **Avoid Alcohol:** - Avoid drinking alcohol when swimming, boating, or supervising children near water.9. **Safe Diving Practices:** - Check the water depth before diving and always enter feet first the first time.10. **Community Efforts:** - Advocate for community swimming programs and safe pool environments.By implementing these strategies, individuals and communities can significantly reduce the risk of drowning and create a safer environment around water.#drowningprevention #watersafety #lvfd #laverne #lavernefire ... See MoreSee Less
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California Department of Developmental Services @CaliforniaDDS has proclaimed May as Drowning Prevention Month. Drowning prevention is crucial to reducing the risk of drowning incidents, which can happen quickly and silently. Here are several key strategies and measures to prevent drowning:1. **Supervision:** - Designate a responsible adult to supervise children around water, whether it's a pool, beach, or bathtub.2. **Swimming Skills:** - Enroll children in swimming lessons to help them become confident and competent swimmers.3. **Barriers:** - Install four-sided fencing with self-closing and self-latching gates around pools. Use pool covers and alarms as additional safety measures.4. **Life Jackets:** - Use approved life jackets for children and inexperienced swimmers when around water and pools.5. **Know the Risks:** - Be aware of water hazards in your environment, such as rip currents at the beach or deep water in lakes and rivers.6. **Water Safety Education:** - Educate children about the dangers of water and the importance of safe behaviors, such as avoid swimming alone and to always swim with a buddy.7. **Emergency Preparedness:** - Learn CPR and basic water rescue skills. Keep rescue equipment, such as life rings and reaching poles, near pools.8. **Avoid Alcohol:** - Avoid drinking alcohol when swimming, boating, or supervising children near water.9. **Safe Diving Practices:** - Check the water depth before diving and always enter feet first the first time.10. **Community Efforts:** - Advocate for community swimming programs and safe pool environments.By implementing these strategies, individuals and communities can significantly reduce the risk of drowning and create a safer environment around water.#drowningprevention #watersafety #lvfd #laverne #lavernefire ... See MoreSee Less
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๐Ÿ‘ฎโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐ŸŒน On National Peace Officers Memorial Day, we stand together as one family with our brothers and sisters in blue. Our partnership with the La Verne Police Department is not just about shared space, but shared dedication to keeping our community safe. Today, we honor and remember the brave officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. Their courage and sacrifice will never be forgotten. #NationalPeaceOfficersMemorialDay #RememberingOurHeroes #FirstResponderFamily ... See MoreSee Less
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