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Donors wanted! Blood Drive on Thursday, June 18

Blood Drive June 18, 2020
Join VCFD and Vitalant for a Blood Drive on Thursday, June 18, 2020 as blood donations are more vital than ever. [Read more]

Ventura Regional Fire Academy to Host Academy 57 Virtual Graduation

Academy 57 Virtual Graduation

CAMARILLO, Calif. – On May 29th, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. Ventura County Fire Department (VCFD) firefighter trainees will receive their badges, marking the end of an intensive and dynamic journey to becoming a firefighter. The graduation will be live-streamed via social media to Facebook Live.  

When this academy began, the COVID-19 pandemic had not yet impacted the world. Throughout the academy, modifications were established to ensure the health and safety of the trainees. VCFD routinely used social distancing, face masks, and best health practices in support of the Ventura County Health Officer’s “Stay Well at Home Order” and in compliance with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) safety guidelines. 

Join us at our virtual graduation and tune in to https://www.facebook.com/venturacountyfire to share in the accomplishment of our graduates as they receive their badges, are sworn in, and welcomed to the VCFD family. 

Congratulations to the members of the 57th Ventura Regional Fire Academy, including:

  • Tyler Apperson
  • Victoria Bodart
  • Clement Brodeur
  • Edward Campana – City Fire
  • Peter Diaz
  • Jared Fudge
  • Justin Hayward
  • Andres Juarez
  • Kendall Mader
  • Nicole Molen
  • Armando Munoz
  • Caelan Paul
  • Saul Perez
  • Derek Rasp
  • Aaron Retter
  • Michael Rodriguez
  • Christian Russett
  • Kelly Smyth

NOTE TO MEDIA: In-person attendance is limited to VCFD employees and graduates only. No public attendance, including family members or media, will be allowed to on-site or at the facility. Please join us online via Facebook Live.

For more information, contact the Public Information Office at (805) 389-9769 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

May is National Water Safety Month

May is National Water Safety Month

May is National Water Safety Month and with warmer weather arriving, officials in Ventura County are working to prevent accidental drownings for people of all ages, but especially children.

Ventura County Fire Department’s (VCFD) very own Firefighter Robby and Station 53 crew teamed up with Ventura County Health Care Agency’s EMS Medical Director, Dr. Dan Shepherd to create a fun, informational video reminding everyone on the ways to stay safe while in the water. [Read more]

As temperatures rise, so can the associated risks

As temperatures rise, so can the associated risks

With summer quickly approaching and temperatures on the rise, the risk of overexerting our bodies and doing too much comes along with it. We want you all to be safe... educate yourself on heatstroke.

If you find yourself going to the beach or cooling off in any body of water please be careful and follow these simple tips.

Increased temperatures mean our green hills will be turning brown soon, and it also means snakes will be coming out. When walking on designated/open trails please keep your eyes open and your senses aware for animals/reptiles. You are walking in their natural environment and they are sometimes hard to see. The VCFD Snake Safety page has great tips on what to do if you come across these reptiles.