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Watch: Fire Station 35 Dedication

S35 Dedication
Take a virtual tour of new Fire Station 35 in Newbury Park and see what happened at VCFD's grand opening celebration on September 28, 2017.

VCFD celebrates promotions

2017 Promo Ceremony
More than 40 members of the Ventura County Fire Department received promotions on Thursday, October 12, 2017. A ceremony recognizing the promotions was held at the Padre Serra Center in Camarillo with family and friends. Read more...

Red Flag Warning

Red Flag Warning

Fire dangers is HIGH due to rising temperatures, lower humidity and gusty Santa Ana winds. Are you prepared? Take time to review your disaster plan, register for VC Alerts and learn how to reduce any risks that can spark a fire. One embert is all ilt takes to start a major brushfire.

Top 7 Wildfire Safety Tips:

  1. Make a plan and be prepared with Ready, Set, Go!
  2. Register to receive VC Alerts on your phone 
  3. Don't operate power equipment in dry grass areas
  4. Properly discard cigarettes
  5. Avoid outdoor activities with open flames or sparks
  6. Obey burn bans
  7. Be aware of your surroundings

Stay informed and connected by visiting or calling 805-465-6650 for up-to-date disaster information.

FREE Pancake Breakfast

Pancake Breakfast

Join local firefighters for two FREE pancake breakfasts in celebration of Fire Prevention Week, happening October 8 - 14, 2017. Hosted from 9- 11a.m. on 10/7 and 10/14, families will enjoy games, pancakes, sausage, coffee and learn how to prepare and protect their homes from fire. 


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Saturday, 10/7:
9- 11AM
Fire Station 51/ 7 - Ventura County Fire and Oxnard Fire
Corner of Vineyard and Turnout Park Circle
Parking is limited

Saturday, 10/14
9- 11AM
Fire Station 40 in Moorpark 
4185 Cedar Springs Street in Moorpark
Parking is limited

About Fire Prevention Week:
Both events are hosted in in celebration of Fire Prevention Week, happening October 8 – 14, 2017. For more information on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, visit