by PVFPD, last updated November 2013

History

Pajaro Valley Fire Protection District was created in 1994 through a LAFCO recommended consolidation of two separate fire districts: Salsipuedes Fire Protection District and Freedom Fire Protection District. The district operated for three years on its own, and in 1997 entered into a co-operative agreement with Cal Fire for its administrative and staffing needs.

Contract For Service

The Pajaro Valley Fire Protection District contracts with the Watsonville Fire Department to provide emergency services in what is known as the former Freedom Fire District.

Staffing

Pajaro Valley Fire Protection District is a full time paid department funded and staffed with 9 personnel including one Battalion Chief, two Captains, four Engineers, two Firefighters, and one Fire Marshal.

The Fire Engine staffing consists of three personnel every day, all year and provides the community with Basic Life Support emergency medical services, supplemented by Paramedics from AMR (outside private ALS provider).

Mission Statement

"The Pajaro Valley Fire Protection District shall protect the lives and property of the residents and visitors with highly trained and committed fire prevention and suppression personnel. We will operate in a safe and fiscally responsible manner and continuously tailor ourselves to the needs of the community."

Contact Us

Pajaro Valley Fire Station
562 Casserly Rd
Watsonville, CA 95076
Office Tel 831.722.6188
Office Fax 831.722.7333

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