Amador Fire Protection District | 810 Court Street | Jackson, CA 95642
The District’s mission is: "Committed to serving the needs of Amador County with professionalism, integrity and vision"
7
Stations
48
Paid and Volunteer First Responders
2,000+
Emergencies Answered Each Year
491
Square Miles Protected

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

The Amador Fire Protection District is always looking for new members who want to contribute to their community in the most exciting volunteer capacity imaginable. Knowing this job is so important, we make sure all of our volunteer firefighters are well trained and properly equipped.

For more information about becoming a volunteer

HIRING!

Amador Fire Protection District is currently establishing an eligibility list for the position of Deputy Fire Marshal. The application period closes on Friday November 1, 2019 at 5:00pm.

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Latest News

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5 days ago

Amador Fire

On 10-14-19 Amador Fire station 116 hosted The Happy Feet Family Daycare for a station tour and Fire Prevention demonstration. Amador Fire was honored to host this event and looks forward to our next opportunity. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Amador Fire

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We're always so incredibly thankful for what our Firefighters do for our community! Awesome response Amador Fire

Thank you to ALL RESPONDERS and to local radio FM 96.5 for updates and RMartin reporter!

Thank you for the fast response and for all your teams hard work keeping us safe.

WE STILL HAVE POWER!

🙏🕊

Forrest MacDonald

Frank Remick

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1 week ago

Amador Fire

PSA: There are currently no active fires in Amador County. We are experiencing drift smoke due to a control burn in Alpine County being conducted by the US Forest Service, and the Briceburg Fire in Mariposa County.

For updates on current wildland fire incidents please visit www.fire.ca.gov/current_incidents
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What were all those engines just dispatched for?

Fire in Amador City

Kelli Smith, didn't this until now.

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