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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3 weeks ago
Amador Fire

We here at Amador Fire want to say Happy Veterans Day!

Thank you to all members of our military, in all branches past and present. Thank you for your time, bravery and sacrifice for this county. On this day, we honor all current and former members of the Armed Forces. Including our own here at Amador Fire that served their county and now serve our community.

Firefighter Jordan Schantz - United States Air Force 2013-2022
Volunteer Engineer Mike East - United States Navy 1992 - 1997
Firefighter Brennan Dickey - United States Coast Guard 2012-2022
Volunteer Firefighter Mike Cain - United States Navy 1988-1992
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We here at Amador Fire want to say Happy Veterans Day! 

Thank you to all members of our military, in all branches past and present. Thank you for your time, bravery and sacrifice for this county. On this day, we honor all current and former members of the Armed Forces. Including our own here at Amador Fire that served their county and now serve our community. 

Firefighter Jordan Schantz - United States Air Force 2013-2022
Volunteer Engineer Mike East - United States Navy 1992 - 1997
Firefighter Brennan Dickey - United States Coast Guard 2012-2022
Volunteer Firefighter Mike Cain - United States Navy 1988-1992Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Tha k

Thank you all for your service!🙏❤️

Thank you for your service!!

Thank you for your service 🇺🇸

Ths k you all

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3 weeks ago
Amador Fire

This week, Amador fire along with surrounding agencies participated in a confined space rescue technician training course.

This training is necessary for firefighters in order to provide life saving measures to patients needing rescue while in confined spaces. This training allows us to be better prepared and confident in serving the citizens of Amador County.
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This week, Amador fire along with surrounding agencies participated in a confined space rescue technician training course. 

This training is necessary for firefighters in order to provide life saving measures to patients needing rescue while in confined spaces. This training allows us to be better prepared and confident in serving the citizens of Amador County.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Thank you Amador Fire for another great week of training.

4 weeks ago
Amador Fire

UPDATE: 4:16pm
Fire fully controlled, final acreage 5.4

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UPDATE: 2:47pm
Forward progress stopped, fire held at 2 acres. IC requesting the continued response for a dozer to help with overhaul.

No structures threatened.

Amador Fire is assisted on this incident by CAL FIRE and El Dorado Hills Fire.

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Amador Fire crews are currently on scene of a vegetation fire from an escaped control burn on Taylor Road in Plymouth.

Fire is approximately 2 acres burning in light grass with a slow rate of spread.

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UPDATE: 4:16pm
Fire fully controlled, final acreage 5.4

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UPDATE: 2:47pm
Forward progress stopped, fire held at 2 acres. IC requesting the continued response for a dozer to help with overhaul. 

No structures threatened. 

Amador Fire is assisted on this incident by CAL FIRE and El Dorado Hills Fire.

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Amador Fire crews are currently on scene of a vegetation fire from an escaped control burn on Taylor Road in Plymouth. 

Fire is approximately 2 acres burning in light grass with a slow rate of spread.

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