Bid No. 13-03, Fire Station 66 Sprinkler Project has been awarded to Freedom Fire Protection in the amount of $24,660.
Click here to review a draft of the District’s Preliminary 2013/14 Budget. The District anticipates approval of its ‘13/14 Preliminary Budget at a Board meeting on June 12, 2013.
The Chino Valley Fire District does not accept sharps waste. Click HERE for information on facilities that accept home-generated sharps/needles in approved containers from San Bernardino County residents.
The Chino Valley Fire District has launched a webpage for the District Training Center. Visitors to the webpage can get an in depth look at classes being offered, register for classes, view training opportunities and much more. To visit the Chino Valley Fire District Training Center webpage, click on the link below.http://chinovalleyfiretraining.org/
The Chino Valley Independent Fire District now offers Heartsaver CPR & AED (Part I) online and Heartsaver® First Aid with CPR & AED (Part 1) online. Click HERE for more information and to sign up.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless gas that is produced from heaters, fireplaces, furnaces and many types of appliances and cooking devices. New Legislation that goes into effect July 1, 2011 will require homeowners to install carbon monoxide detectors in their homes. Click HERE for more information.
Chino Valley Fire District firefighters responded to a riot involving several inmates at the California Institute for Men in Chino on August 8th. For a detailed Significant Incident Report, click here.
The Chino Valley Independent Fire District is known
for the delivery of high-quality emergency services
to the Chino Valley, including emergency medical and
paramedic services, hazardous materials response and
urban search and rescue services.
CVIFD began in
1895 as Chino Fire Company No. 1 and has since grown
to include seven fire stations housing over 100
professional firefighters who spend each day
training themselves and the public about fire.
Our mission is to protect the lives and property of
the community from the detrimental effects of fires,
medical emergencies and other hazardous conditions
caused by either man or nature.
We're proud of our long tradition of protecting our
community and look forward to the challenges of the