The names of 31 firefighters were added to the California Firefighters Memorial Saturday, bringing together hundreds of firefighters from across the state. They were joined by the public and families of fallen firefighters for the yearly tradition meant to honor … Read More
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More than 1,300 Californians have died in the line of duty, serving as firefighters. Their names are etched on the California Firefighters Memorial, in Sacramento’s Capitol Park and this weekend, that monument is gaining 31 more names. Read More
On Saturday, the California Firefighters Memorial Ceremony honored 31 California firefighters who died in the line of duty, adding their names to more than 1,300 already inscribed on the limestone wall in Sacramento’s Capitol Park. Read More
STATUS UPDATES/RESOURCES: On October 9, 2017, firefighters began battling multiple devastating wildfires across the Napa and Sonoma region. Unfortunately, the tragic North Bay Fires have become the deadliest fire incident in state history, with dozens of lives lost, hundreds of … Read More
The East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (ECCFPD) is pleased to announce it will now be able to lend residents a helping hand after disaster strikes. In partnership with the California Fire Foundation who has launched the Supplying Aid to … Read More