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

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1 week ago
Amador Fire

Congratulations to the 6 recruits that graduated last Friday night from our 8 week Fire Academy here at AFPD. These recruits were sworn in as probationary firefighters and are starting their new journey within the fire service.

We would like to share with you the video we created for the recruits and their family members to give a glimpse into what they endured over the last 8 weeks. Enjoy!
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1 week ago
Amador Fire

Our crew at Station 114 Pine Grove had the opportunity to check out a great local fire resource.
The Mount Zion Lookout.

Built in the late 1920’s
It’s staffed by resident Amador county volunteers that go through an extensive training with cal fire That have two shifts a morning shift and afternoon shift.

Has a 360 degree view. It covers 6 counties You can see as far out as mount Diablo majority of sac valley

The towers stands at almost 2400 ft.

We’ve attached the Cal Fire Information Video in the comments.

Thank you for the tour BC 2713
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My family lived in the Rangers Residence just down the hill from 1960 until my father’s retirement. Chesley Waklee, Ranger IV, thirty four years with CDF then Cal Fire. Walked up the hill then the stairs many times. What a great place to grow up. Two nephews are carrying on. Zack and Logan Waklee.

Pine Grove and beyond is so very blessed to have Mt. Zion open again..

climbed that a few times.........

Love the view from up there!

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2 weeks ago
Amador Fire

Our thoughts and prayers are with the members of the Los Angeles County Fire Department, and the family of the firefighter killed during yesterdays tragic shooting.

AFPD would also like to extend our prayers for a full and speedy recovery to the injured captain and everyone affected by this tragedy.
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Our thoughts and prayers are with the members of the Los Angeles County Fire Department, and the family of the firefighter killed during yesterdays tragic shooting.

AFPD would also like to extend our prayers for a full and speedy recovery to the injured captain and everyone affected by this tragedy.
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