Fire Department

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The Fire Department is responsible for providing the rapid delivery of fire, medical, rescue, and life safety emergency services within Fremont. Emergency services are delivered through 13 in-service fire companies from 11 strategically located fire stations in the City.


The primary goals are to:
  • Reduce casualties and the loss of life
  • Improve patient outcomes
  • Reduce and prevent property loss and damage
  • Effect successful extrication of trapped victims
  • Protect the environment from the effects of a hazardous materials release

Interest Card

Click here to fill out an interest form if you are seeking  a career with the Fremont Fire Department. 

Protect Your Home & Property This Fire Season

Keeping your home fire-safe is not a hard thing to do, but it does take some planning. For instance, maintaining proper clearance around your home will dramatically increase the chance of your house surviving a wildfire.

Download additional information on Defensible Space and How to Make Your Home Fire Safe this summer and throughout the year.


To prevent and minimize the loss of life and property threatened by the hazards of fire, medical, and rescue emergencies, hazardous materials incidents, and disaster situations within the community.