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.

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HIRING!

Amador Fire is currently not accepting applications. Please check back regularly as we will post here when positions become available.

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Latest News

4 days ago

Amador Fire

On 2/18/18 Amador Fire and CHP responded to a reported vehicle fire at Latrobe Road and Lorentz Rd. Fire units arrived to find a car that was fully-involved and had caught fire after being in an accident. Amador Fire quickly extinguished the vehicle. The occupant of the car was uninjured. ... See MoreSee Less

On 2/18/18 Amador Fire and CHP responded to a reported vehicle fire at Latrobe Road and Lorentz Rd. Fire units arrived to find a car that was fully-involved and had caught fire after being in an accident. Amador Fire quickly extinguished the vehicle. The occupant of the car was uninjured.

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Yikes, that's close!

Great job!!!

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4 days ago

Amador Fire

This weekend personnel from Amador Fire along with Cal Fire,Ione Fire Department, Jackson Fire Department and Jackson Valley Fire Protection District participated in a vertical ventilation training hosted by the Amador County Fire Training Officers Association. Students trained on methods to remove heat and smoke from building during a structure fire. ... See MoreSee Less

This weekend personnel from Amador Fire along with Cal Fire,Ione Fire Department, Jackson Fire Department and Jackson Valley Fire Protection District participated in a vertical ventilation training hosted by the Amador County Fire Training Officers Association. Students trained on methods to remove heat and smoke from building during a structure fire.

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Thank you for all you do!!!

Proud of all of you!

Good job, guys!

Good work out..." be prepared firemen"

2 weeks ago

Amador Fire

CANDLE FIRE SAFETY

While we all enjoy beautiful and aromatic candles during the holiday seasons, we also must recognize that they can be equally dangerous.

The Amador Fire Protection District recommends the following:
• Never leave a burning candle unattended.
• Do not burn candles in a room where you are likely to fall asleep.
• Keep candles out of reach of children and pets.
• Maintain a minimum of 1 foot clearance from combustible materials.
• Light candles with care. Keep clothing and hair away from the open flame.
• Place the candle on a stable, sturdy holder.
• Do not rely on candles for emergency lighting. Use a flashlight.

In 2011-2015 the fire service responded to 8,700 residential structure fires caused by candles. This resulted in 82 deaths and 800 injuries!
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CANDLE FIRE SAFETY

While we all enjoy beautiful and aromatic candles during the holiday seasons, we also must recognize that they can be equally dangerous.

The Amador Fire Protection District recommends the following:
• Never leave a burning candle unattended.
• Do not burn candles in a room where you are likely to fall asleep.
• Keep candles out of reach of children and pets.
• Maintain a minimum of 1 foot clearance from combustible materials.
• Light candles with care.  Keep clothing and hair away from the open flame.
• Place the candle on a stable, sturdy holder.
• Do not rely on candles for emergency lighting.  Use a flashlight.

In 2011-2015 the fire service responded to 8,700 residential structure fires caused by candles.  This resulted in 82 deaths and 800 injuries!
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