Ventura City Fire Department
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The Ventura City Fire Department serves the community by protecting life, property, and the environment through prevention, education and emergency response services. We proudly watch over our community before, during and after emergencies 24 hours a day. We are here to serve you and protect you.
Our department provides comprehensive fire prevention, fire suppression, emergency advanced life support services, technical rescue and fire inspections to a population of more than 109,000 residents. We are committed to the highest level of service to our community.
A Message from the Ventura City Fire Chief
Thank you for visiting the website for the Ventura City Fire Department. I hope you will find it helpful and informative.
As a life long Ventura resident, I am honored to lead the members of this department. The men and women of the Ventura City Fire Department deliver world-class service from six fire stations. Our Fire Prevention Division provides professional service and assistance to keep our community safe. All engine and truck companies are staffed with paramedics and cross-trained in numerous other disciplines including Ocean Rescue, Urban Search and Rescue and Hazardous Materials Response in addition to Fire Suppression. We enjoy a close mutual aid working relationship with our local partner Fire and Emergency Medical Services agencies to provide the best service to our community. We are on duty and ready to serve your needs every hour of every day.
Ventura City Fire Department – Participant at Elite National Fire Academy Postgraduate Program 2013
Assistant Fire Chief David Endaya has been accepted into the Executive Fire Officer Program at the United States Fire Administration’s National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
The Executive Fire Officer Program is an intensive four-year program comprised of onsite and distance education. The EFOP provides senior fire executives leadership development and intensive training to lead risk-reduction efforts for their community based on social, cultural, economic and environmental trends.
Program participants are required to attend two-week courses at the Maryland campus each of the four years. The participants are then required, each year, to complete Applied Research Projects related to advances in fire service management. Participation in the program is funded by FEMA.
Congratulations, Chief Endaya! Participation in this outstanding program helps the Ventura City Fire Department build a community that is protected by the highest level of safety services, including emergency response, fire prevention and community education.