To serve and safeguard the people and protect the property and resources of San Luis Obispo County through education preparedness and emergency response.
The San Luis Obispo County Fire Department will exceed expectations and maintain the highest standards of preparedness, training, and emergency response.
Integrity, Competence, Teamwork, Courage, Commitment
RT @CAL_FIRE: Don’t forget about your livestock when making your evacuation plans. Know where to take your pets, and large animals and evac…Read More
RT @CAL_FIRE: On this week’s CAL FIRE Report – the significant progress firefighters are making on the biggest wildfire of the year, how we…Read More
RT @CAL_FIRE: Communication is especially important during an emergency incident. Make sure your phone is charged at all times. For additio…Read More
RT @CAL_FIRE: When leaves fall, wildfires can rise. California's most damaging wildfires can happen in the autumn months. Don’t let your gu…Read More
RT @CAL_FIRE: You never know when you will need to evacuate so when that time comes you want to be sure your vehicle is ready. Keeping your…Read More
April 10-16th 2022 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. When an emergency strikes, the public turns to the 9-1-1 system as the lifeline to ensure police, fire and medical personnel are able to respond quickly. Often 9-1-1 operators go unnoticed and we are taking the opportunity during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week to highlight the
Beginning Wednesday, March 23, 2022, burning of hazardous vegetation will occur along the East side of Highway 229 between Highway 58 and the town of Creston. In cooperation with the SLO County Fire Safe Council, SLO County APCD, the National Weather Service, the California Air Resources Board, and local landowners, firefighters from CAL FIRE will
Los Osos- Beginning January 11, 2022, CAL FIRE will periodically burn vegetation piles along the fuel break around Cabrillo Estates in conjunction with the San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District. Over the last several years CAL FIRE, in conjunction with the San Luis Obispo County Fire Safe Council, has been cutting overgrown vegetation,