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Firefighter of the Year: Greg Vandervoort

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BURN PERMITS NOW REQUIRED!


Scotts Valley Fire Protection District Improves its
Insurance Services Office (ISO) Ratings


Change Your Smoke Alarm and
Carbon Monoxide Detector Batteries

It only takes a moment, but this simple habit is the best defense your family has against the devastating effects of a home fire or accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. The International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and fire experts nationwide encourage people to change smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector batteries annually. An easy way to remember to do so is to change the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors when you change your clocks for Daylight savings and back to Standard time.


Child Passenger Safety Program

Learn how to use your child safety seat correctly. As a service to the residents of the Scotts Valley Fire District, we offer free child seat safety inspections. To schedule an inspection, contact Megan Bridges at (831) 438-0211. More info

From March 13 to July 7, 2014 the SVFPD will not be doing car seat inspections. Please contact Santa Cruz County Health Services at 454-5477 for car seat inspectinos during this time.


Cell Phones
Register Your Cell Phone or VoIP home phone For Emergency Notifications in Santa Cruz County. Sign up to have your cell phone and/or VoIP home phone included in the new Emergency Notification system used by Santa Cruz Regional 9-1-1 personnel to send important messages to residents and businesses within Santa Cruz County. If you have Comcast, Vonage or any other VoIP phone provider, and you have registered your home address with that provider, your calls to 911 should be routed correctly. However, in order for the reverse 911 system to work for you, you will need to register it with Santa Cruz Regional 9-1-1.

Save a Friend Campaign -   Stroke and Cardiac Disease are the most frequent and deadly medical events in Santa Cruz County. Find out how to recognize early warning signs and increase survivability.


  • The Board of Directors for the Scotts Valley Fire District meet on the second Wednesday of every month. The meetings are held in the Scotts Valley City Council Chambers at 7:00pm.
    Click Here for Monthly Board Agenda and Information Packet


Fire Incidents for 2014
January 169
February 131
Total 330
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