Amador Fire personnel are currently taking a Company Officer 2C class. This class is essential for promotional opportunities within the fire service for a company officer positions.
This class also proves benificial for our firefighters to gain knowledge with businesses in Amador County from the pre-plan inspections to standard business inspections.
We are grateful to have our Fire Marshal Patrick Chew not only be able to teach this course in house to our personnel but also bring his 25 years of fire and prevention experience to the table. Sharing his education and knowledge to our crews strongly benefits the community of Amador County. ... See MoreSee Less
Hwy 88 is now open after power lines fell across the highway blocking traffic in both directions. Amador Fire crews along with PG&E have cleared the incident.
Amador Fire wants to remind everyone that if you see powerlines or any kind of lines down on the ground or compromised in anyway, please stay back and call 911. Amador Fire along with PG&E will respond and mitigate the problem as appropriate. ... See MoreSee Less