Category Archives: Fire Dept

Fire Protection – Another Option

The East Contra Costa County Fire Protection District was formed in 2002 through the consolidation of East Diablo Fire District, Oakley-Knightsen Fire District and Bethel Island Fire District. East County Fire District serves the cities of Brentwood and Oakley, as … Continue reading

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Oakley City Council Seeks Applications for East Contra Costa Fire Protection District Board

The City of Oakley is seeking applications from Oakley residents who would like to serve as the Cityʹs representative on the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (ECCFPD) Board. A seat on the Board is available with a term commencing … Continue reading

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Fireworks Are Illegal in the City of Oakley!

Summer has arrived and Fourth of July celebrations are just around the corner. Please be reminded that the use, possession, manufacture, and sale of fireworks is illegal in the both the City of Oakley and the County of Contra Costa. … Continue reading

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Fire And Medical Services in East Contra Costa – Join the Conversation

OUR FIRE SERVICES OUR FIRE SERVICES is an online forum for civic engagement. Read what others are saying about important topics related to East Contra Costa Fire Protection District services, then post your own statement. Officials will read the statements … Continue reading

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ECCFPD Fact Sheet

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A Problem with the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District Fee Assessment

All property owners within the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District should have already received their ballot and many of you have probably already returned them. In order to determine the value of your assessment a Fire Suppression Assessment Engineer’s … Continue reading

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FEMA Throws a Life Line to East Contra Costa Fire Protection District

This morning the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) notified the District that it has been awarded over $7.8 million to help restore staffing levels and reopen closed fire stations. The two-year SAFER grant will give the District the ability to … Continue reading

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