Glen Ellen Fire Protection District 13445 Arnold Dr, Glen Ellen, CA95442-9303 Glen Ellen Fire Protection District is a combined professional and volunteer fire department. The department has three…More fire engines and rescue squad and water tanker vehicles. The department is supported by Ladies Auxiliary, organized by the Glen Ellen Women's Club, which organizes promotional and fundraising events for the department.
Sonoma Valley Fire and Rescue Headcourters 1 is the authority on emergency medial assistance and fire…More prevention in the area. Centrally in Sonoma you will find more than a fire house within the walls of this building.
By appointment, you can tour a one of a kind museum that provides a glimpse into the firefighting of yesteryear. A large garage holds two old school fire trucks brightly painted red and surrounded by old hydrants, hoses and gear. In the hallway you are entertained by a magnificently colored mural and an old red firehydrant at the end of the hall.You must call in advance for 'group only tours'.
Please be reminded to call 911 in an emergency and not the fire house.
Schell-Vista Volunteer Fire Department 22950 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 The Schell-Vista Fire Department, is a Volunteer-staffed fire protection agency. Its range covers 60 square miles, from…More Highway 34, to the north and east sides of Sonoma City, to Highway 116. It was established in 1942 and has a staff of 40 trained fire volunteers, who respond to wildfires and residential fires as well as medical emergencies and traffic accidents. The department has two stations, one at the corner of 8th Street East and East Napa Street, and one where Highway 12 and Highway 121 meet. The volunteers are led by Fire Department Chief Mitch Mulas.
The headquarters of the Sonoma Valley Fire Department is located on Second Street near the intersection of W. Napa…More Street. Since 2002, the department has operated as a joint association between the City of Sonoma Fire Department and the Valley of the Moon Fire Protection District. The department employs roughly 100 full- and part-time firefighters, paramedics, ambulance operators, and administrators, and owns nine fire trucks (divided between urban engines, ladder vehicles, and a water-carrying vehicle). It operates four fire stations providing service to a 31.45-square-mile area including Sonoma, El Verano, Boyles Hot Springs, Agua Caliente and Seven Flags. Many of the firefighters are also paramedics, allowing them to operate ambulance service to about 100 square miles of the Sonoma Valley.
The headquarters holds housing and recreational facilities for on-call firefighters, a training center for new recruits, and a fire museum, containing 19th- and 20th-century fire trucks, uniforms and artifacts from the department's history.
Each fire department is run by a Board of Directors, whose five members are elected every other November by district voters. The department hosts a community open-house every October, and operates the SCOPE community outreach program and a citizen emergency response team. Fire chief Philip Garcia invites the public to stop by his office to discuss the fire department.
Potter Green 23586 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA95476 At Potter Green, customers will find a wide selection of gifts and home furnishings that are sure to perfectly accent…More any existing space. It has a variety of unique and creative home items, many of them crafted by local and regional artists. You'll find indoor fire pots, outdoor fire pits, original artwork, pottery, furniture and more. The shop also features collections from John Lamos and Carol Brown.