This special district fire department provides fire and life safety protection for Aptos and La Selva Beach area residents. Conducts fire prevention inspections, weed abatement programs, CPR classes, guided tours, etc. Paramedic services, first aid provided. Will answer questions and prov...[Full Record]
8am-5pmMonday through Friday (Lunch is typically 12-1pm).
The volunteer firefighters of Boulder Creek dedicate themselves to providing emergency coverage for the communities of Boulder Creek and Brookdale. We also provide mutual aid coverage throughout Santa Cruz County an...[Full Record]
The men and women of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) are dedicated to the fire protection and stewardship of over 31 million acres of California's privately-owned wildlands. In addition, the Department provides varied emergency services in 36 of the Sta...[Full Record]
This state and county facility provides "All Risk" fire department services to the area around the community of Corralitos. During the declared fire season the station staffs two CDF type three wildland fire engines available for statewide assignment. During the off season the county of ...[Full Record]
The American Red Cross of the Central Coast helps individuals and families recover from, prepare for, and prevent disasters supporting individuals and families who live in Santa Cruz, San Benito and Monterey Counties. We are an independent, nonprofit organization that depends upon the gene...[Full Record]
CFPD is a special fire protection agency provides fire and life safety protection for Soquel, Live Oak, and Capitola area residents. There are four fire stations within the Central Fire Protection District:
930 17th Avenue, Santa Cruz.
3445 Thurber Lane, Santa Cruz.
4747 Soquel Drive,...[Full Record]
The fire district is an All-Risk fire agency. Emergency and non-emergency responses can be: medical, fires, auto accidents, storm related emergencies, rescues and Large Animal Rescues. The fire district averages approximately 500 emergency responses per year.
There are two support orga...[Full Record]
Mountain Community Resources (MCR) is a local family resource center that has been serving the San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley communities since 1982. We offer a network of programs and services designed to help people thrive. We work directly with individuals and families to build a ...[Full Record]
The Pajaro Valley Fire Protection District serves a rural community of approximately 18,000 people. The District covers approximately 52 square miles (the largest fire district in Santa Cruz County), a large part of which is an unincorporated area surrounding City of Watsonville. The distr...[Full Record]
Learn the steps to take during and after most disasters or emergencies to help ensure your family’s safety. Be sure to check our Emergency Resource Library to learn how to respond to specific disasters....[Full Record]