“The Mission of Kelseyville Fire Protection District is to serve and protect its community with pride, honor, compassion, professionalism and integrity through excellent customer service. Our commitment to our citizens encompasses fire, rescue, ems services and public education.”
The burn ban has been lifted for the 2018 season. Residential and Agricultural permits can be purchased at our main station in downtown Kelseyville. Permits cost $27. We accept exact change or check only. Call our main office or Lake County Air Quality for questions about burn regulations.
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Due to technical difficulties with our computer software, Kelseyville Fire Protection District’s clerk to the board is unable to post the February agenda at this time. The agenda will be posted outside of our main station at 4020 Main Street and will be available upon request by either calling 707-279-4268, faxing a request to 707-279-4422, or emailing a request at KNavarro@kelseyvillefire.com. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and will hopefully have this issue resolved by the next board meeting.
We are actively seeking applications for our Inter-Facility Transport Program. Our goal is to establish a list of qualified EMT-B and Paramedic candidates for current and future openings. Please go to our “About Us” tab and visit our “Employment” page for more information.
RESERVE FIREFIGHTERS: The Kelseyville Fire Protection District is actively seeking applications for the position of Reserve Firefighter. To receive an application packet and further information about the program, please see the “Employment” tab under “About Us” or contact FAE/Paramedic Dustin Helm via email at: email@example.com
LIVE FIRE TRAINING offered by Kelseyville Fire Protection District & CSFA
FireBlast Live Fire Training Simulator
With funding made possible by the SAFER 3 Grant, Kelseyville Fire Protection District and the California State Firefighters’ Association are offering live fire training at little to no cost to volunteer and combination fire departments throughout Northern & Central California.
For more information about this great opportunity, see our LIVE FIRE TRAINING page.
Station tours are always welcome. Come on in and check out your local