COVID-19 Information

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The Chino Valley Fire District stands by our mission of providing exceptional service and safeguarding the community.  Fire District personnel want to reassure the public that there will not be any disruption to emergency services.  Our personnel will continue responding to all emergency calls for service in the Chino Valley.  

This temporary page was created to help answer your questions and address your concerns.  Valuable information can also be found on the Fire District’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @cvifd.

Serving Our Seniors (S-O-S) Program

The Chino Valley Fire District, in partnership with the Chino Valley Fire Foundation, established the Serving our Seniors (S-O-S) program to enable individuals at high risk of contracting COVID-19 to self-isolate.  

If you are a senior or a person classified as high risk living in the Chino Valley and are unable to leave your home for food, medication, or other essential services, we are here for you.

The Chino Valley Fire District asks that you call us at 909-315-8850 or email us at with your request for service.

The Chino Valley Fire District wants you to know that we are always here for you. Our personnel are thankful for the opportunity to help during these challenging times. Together, we will get through this.


Si usted tiene 65 años de edad o más o está clasificado como persona de alto riesgo y vive en Chino o Chino Hills y no puede salir de su hogar para comprar comida, medicina, u otras cosas necesarias, llame a 909-315-8850 o envíe correo electrónico a


如果您年满65岁或更高,或者被归类为高风险, 并且居住在奇诺河谷地区,因为无法离开家中获得食物,药物或其他基本服务,请致电我们的SOS热线(909)315-8850 或 给我们发电子邮件

Vaccine Information

Per the County of San Bernardino, they will have additional super-site events and stand up additional neighborhood vaccination clinics when supplies from the State become larger and more reliable. A list of all vaccine providers, along with links for setting an online appointment, can be found here. Individuals having trouble with online registration can call the county’s information hotline at 909-387-3911 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Mental Health Services

It is important to take care of not only your physical health but also your mental health. CVFD wants you to know that you are not alone. There are resources that can help you.  

The County of San Bernardino offers mental health services. Per the San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health, you can:

  • Visit a Crisis Walk-in Clinic (CWIC) or Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) for assessment, or call the Community Crisis Response Team (CCRT)
  • The Disaster Distress Helpline is available 24-hours a day and is answered by trained crisis counselors who can support you or someone you care about who may be feeling distress related to the Coronavirus. Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746.

For more information in English and Spanish, click here.  Scroll to the bottom for Spanish.

COVID-19 App

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the White House, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) partnered to bring you the COVID-19 app.

The COVID-19 app has up-to-date information from trusted sources about the Coronavirus disease that is impacting people across the world.

It also has a screening tool so you can find out what you should do now for yourself or for a loved one. And it gives you access to resources you may need to feel supported and informed. 

Download it now in the App Store or click here from any computer or mobile device.

San Bernardino County COVID-19 Hotline

San Bernardino County residents that have questions about the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) can call ‪(909) 387-3911‬ ‪from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday‬ through Friday. View more information about the hotline here.

  • The County of San Bernardino established the public hotline to provide county residents with general information and resources about the virus.
  • The hotline is not for medical calls, it is solely for information. If you are feeling sick, please contact your health care provider or call ‪911‬.
  • If you have questions about social services, please call ‪211‬.

Reliable Resources

It is important to get information and updates from reliable sources. The Chino Valley Fire District encourages residents to visit the following pages for current information:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)

San Bernardino County Public Health Department 

San Bernardino County 

Board of Directors Meeting Information 

The public will have the option to attend Board meetings.


The public will have the option to attend the meeting and provide public comment. Please reference the current meeting agenda here for the most up-to-date instructions on how to participate. 

For additional questions, please email us at or


If you would like to receive notice when an agenda is posted, please go to our website and subscribe by performing the following steps:

  • On the homepage (, hover over the ‘Departments’ tab, and select ‘Agendas & Minutes’ under the Clerk of the Board tab.
  • Select ‘Board Agendas & Minutes.’
  • Click the option that says ‘Notify Me’, then add your email and/or phone number to receive alerts regarding CVFD Agenda postings.

Agendas are posted on the Fire District website at and at Fire District Headquarters 72 hours prior to a Regular Board Meeting and 24 hours prior to a Special Board Meeting in compliance with the Brown Act.