San Diego County Fire was formed in 2008 to unify the administrative support, communications, and training of 15 rural fire agencies and extend around-the-clock protection to 1.5 million acres of the unincorporated county.

Today, San Diego County Fire strives to provide the highest level of service using an Integrated Cooperative Regional Fire Protection System; delivering fire protection and emergency services to over 40 communities through 35 fire stations and over 500 first responders.

Learn more about San Diego County Fire

To submit a commendation or a complaint, please email County Fire or use the "Contact Us" button above for alternate contact methods. 

Watch the CBS "behind the scenes look" fragment about our volunteer reserves program!

District Four Special Election - August 15, 2023