Fire Administration/Operations

The Victorville Fire Department was founded in 1926 and currently protects over 73 square miles and a residential population of 113,927.

On July 5, 2008, the San Bernardino County Fire Department began providing fire suppression and paramedic services for the City of Victorville through a contract approved by the City Council.  On August 1, 2009, that contract was expanded to include Fire Prevention, CUPA, and Emergency Services.

In 2012, San Bernardino County Fire, Victorville Division, responded to 16,270 calls for service.  The Victorville Division staffs seven fire stations 24/7 with 68 full-time and 30 paid/call fire fighters.  Two personnel staff the Fire Prevention Bureau.  Support staff operates out of Fire Station 311 and City Hall which includes one Assistant Chief, three Battalion Chief's, two clerical positions and one Staff Analyst.

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Fire Equipment

Seven suppression companies are available for response 24/7 within the Victorville Divison.  Each suppression company consists of a Captain, Engineer, and Firefighter.  One of the crew members is a licensed paramedic.  Crews operate:

  • 10- Type 1 Structure Engines
  • 4- Type 2/3 Brush Engines
  • 1- Brush Patrol
  • 2- Truck Companies (Aerial Ladders)
  • 1 Command/Communications Trailer

 

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Victorville Division Fire Stations

  • Station 22
    Spring Valley Lake
    12398 Tamarisk Rd.
    Victorville, CA
  • Station 311(Headquarters)
    16200 Desert Knoll Dr.
    (County Fair Grounds)
    Victorville, CA
  • Station 312
    15182 El Evado Road
    Victorville, CA
  • Station 313
    13086 Amethyst Road
    Victorville, CA
  • Fire Station 314
    17008 Silica Dr.
    Victorville, CA
  • Fire Station 315
    12820 Eucalyptus
    Victorville, CA
  • Station 319 (Southern California Logistics Airport )
    18550 Readiness Street
    Victorville,
    CA

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Southern California Logistics Airport Fire/Rescue

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The San Bernardino County Fire Department, Victorville Division, staffs the Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting ( ARFF ) program for the City of Victorville at the Southern California Logistics Airport ( SCLA ).  Three ARFF units are staffed 24/7.

SCLA is a fully certified FAA Part 139 airport capable of handling all aircraft currently in service. SCLA is an “Air logistics” facility putting emphasis on repair, repainting, conversion, and flight testing of various types of airplanes. It is also the troop arrival & departure point for soldiers training at the Army National Desert Training Center at Fort Irwin.

SCLA fire crews respond to about 100 calls per year, and operate the following equipment:

  • 1 Osh Kosh 4000 gallon truck
  • 2 Osh Kosh 1500 gallon trucks
  • 1 Osh Kosh 1000 gallon truck
  • 1 Foam Engine 1400 gallons AFFF
  • 1 Foam Engine 1000 gallons AFFF
  • 1 Twin Agent/Rescue Vehicle
  • 1 Mass Casualty/Medical Trailer
  • 1 Type 1 Structure Engine

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 Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA)

The CUPA's mission is to protect life, health, environment and property from accidental releases, improper handling, storage, transportation, and disposal of hazardous materials and wastes through coordinated efforts of inspections, emergency response, enforcement, and site mitigation oversight. For CUPA related inquiries, please contact: 

Ionie Wallace

Deputy Fire Marshall

909-386-8401

 


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Department Contacts

Victorville Division 

Assistant Chief Dan Munsey

Office Assistant-Ingrid Moreno
760.955.5242