Napa County Fire Department About Us

WE ARE NAPA COUNTY

NAPA COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENTCo-operative Fire Protection Since 1932

Biermann 2014

Our Mission: Working together for your safety: Proudly serving our community with courtesy, integrity and compassion.

 

The County of Napa contracts with the California Department of Forestry (CAL FIRE) for fire protection services as the Napa County Fire Department. CAL FIRE provides administrative support and coordination with five full-time paid stations and nine volunteer fire companies operating under a County Fire Plan, which is approved by the County Board of Supervisors. The Napa County Fire Chief is responsible for the direction and coordination of fire protection services by these organizations on a Countywide basis. The County contracts with the cities of St. Helena and Calistoga, and Schell-Vista Fire Protection District for the provision of fire protection services to specified unincorporated areas adjoining these agencies. The Napa County Fire Department provides fire and emergency service dispatching for the City of St. Helena, and Calistoga Fire Departments. The Town of Yountville and the California Veterans Home contracts with the County to provide fire services to those jurisdictions.

 

The Napa County Fire Marshal’s Office is a division within the Napa County Fire Department. Personnel assigned to this office are CAL FIRE employees under contract by the County of Napa to provide fire prevention and code enforcement duties in the unincorporated areas of Napa County.  The Town of Yountville contracts with the County of Napa for Fire Marshal services.  The Napa County Fire Marshal's Office works closely with Napa County Planning, Building and Environmental Services to ensure public safety to the citizens and visitors of Napa County.

 

The Automotive Repair Division is a full customer service function that provides maintenance and repair of the entire Napa County Fire Department fleet. The Division includes a Fire Equipment Manager with a staff of three Repair Technicians.  The Automotive Repair Division is available 24/7 to meet the needs of the County Fire Department in the areas of maintenance, repair, apparatus testing and roadside service. The facility, located in St. Helena, also provides apparatus acquisition, new vehicle preparation and disposal services.