Amador Fire Protection District | 810 Court Street | Jackson, CA 95642

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Updated Information for Amador Fire’s Proposed Ordinances 007 (Update to Fire Prevention Fee Schedule) & 008 (Proposed First Responder Fee)

Over the past 6 weeks, Amador Fire has held and attended multiple public information meetings to discuss proposed Ordinances 007 & 008. We value the feedback we have received from our community members and as a result have made revisions to the proposed ordinance. Below are the revised proposed Ordinances along with the comprehensive study the proposed ordinances are based on, and additional educational information. The continued public hearings for these proposed Ordinances will be held at 810 Court Street, Jackson, CA 95642 in the Board of Supervisors Chambers at our next Board Meeting on May 21, 2019 at 10:30a.m.

Ordinance 007-Prevention Fees

Ordinance 008 First Responder Fee

Amador Fire Protection District Fee Study Report 5-8

Fee Study Report Supporting Documentation

First Responder Fee Q&A Information Update

SAMPLE – Request of Insurance Info Form

CA Agencies with Cost Recovery Programs

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3 days ago

Amador Fire

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Porterville Fire Department at this time as they deal with the tragic loss of two of their Firefighters.The Porterville Police Department grieves for our brothers and sisters of the Porterville Fire Department as we mourn this horrible event at the Porterville City Library. We ask for prayers for all those impacted and ask that you hold your loves ones tight tonight. ... See MoreSee Less

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Porterville Fire Department at this time as they deal with the tragic loss of two of their Firefighters.

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Praying for them and their families 🙏🕊

So sorry for your loss...

4 days ago

Amador Fire

Thank you State Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez and Assemblywoman Monique Limon for their many efforts renewing California homeowner insurance coverage in rural wildfire prone communities such as ours. Fire Chief Walt White accompanied Supervisor Jeff Brown (District 3) and Frank Axe (District 4) at the State Capital yesterday to support AB 2367. #renewcalifornia ... See MoreSee Less

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