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Acting Fire Chief Michael Hardy

On behalf of the men and women of the El Dorado County Fire District, I would like to welcome you to our web-site. It is our intention to provide up-to-date information that is useful to our constituents, the media and people visiting us from around the world via the internet.

Please take time to look through our website. The News & Information section has regularly updated information you may not see in a newspaper or on television. The Fire Prevention & Safety section has very useful information for those who are planning to build or remodel within our District boundaries and the District Information section has information for those people who may be looking for a career in the fire service or who wish to be a volunteer.

Fire Chief Michael Hardy

P.O. Box 807 (4040 Carson Road) · Camino, CA 95709
Ph: 530-644-9630     Fax: 530-644-9636
Administration Hours: M-F 8:00am - 4:30pm :: Closed Holidays

Current Information, Updates, Breaking News



El Dorado County Fire District has 3 new Type 1 Engines being built by Pierce Manufacturing,

you can follow their process while being built.

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EDCFPD Board Agendas:

May 19, 2016


EDCFPD Board Minutes:

March 2016



For additional Agendas, Audits, Board Minutes, Budgets and other information click here

For "Burn Day Status" please call 530-621-5897

Important Safety Tips

Create Defensible Space! Fire season is quickly approaching and in some cases is already here. It's time to create 100 feet of defensible space around your home and structures. Creating 100 feet of defensible space will increase your home's chance of survival. The wildland fire will most likely arrive before firefighting resources and your home needs to be able to survive on it's own.

You can learn more by clicking our Defensible Space icon on our home page.

Contact your local fire agency to see if your home measures up. If you live within the El Dorado County Fire District contact us at (530) 644-9630 to schedule a time for us to visit your home and evaluate your defensible space.

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Online Info Sources
· CalFire
· Inciweb
· El Dorado Sheriff's Office
· CalTrans

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