In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent social distancing policies, the Ventura County Fire Department has postponed all events and closed public access to all fire stations and buildings providing non-essential services. These postponements and closures are in support of Ventura County Health Officer’s Stay Well At Home Order.
All residents of the County of Ventura are ordered to stay inside their residences, limiting all movement outside of their homes beyond what is absolutely necessary to take care of essential needs and ordering all non-essential businesses to close. The intent of these changes is to ensure the health and safety of the communities we serve as well as our firefighters, prevention officers, nurses, dispatchers, mechanics and employees.
If calling 9-1-1, please let the dispatcher know if you or anyone in your family is experiencing any flu-like symptoms to help protect firefighters and first responders.
Everyone is strongly advised to follow the strict guidelines of Ventura County Public Health and CDC to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on our community.
For Ventura County COVID-19 information and guidelines, visit www.VCEmergency.com.
To view the Ventura County Emergency Preparedness Guide in English or Spanish, visit www.vcfd.org/ReadySetGo.
Please sign up for VC Emergency Alerts by texting VCALERT to 313131.
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It’s important to listen to public health authorities and leaders when they say it’s time to change how we live our lives temporarily.
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