FIRE DEPARTMENT

"Serving Our City with Pride"   


 

Message from Fire Chief David Duffy,


Thank you for visiting the Corona Fire Department webpage.  I am honored to serve as your Fire Chief.  The Corona Fire Department has a rich history of serving our community for 117 years. 

The Mission of the Corona Fire Department is to prevent or minimize the loss of life, damage to the environment and loss of property from the adverse effects of fire, medical emergencies, and hazardous conditions.
 
Our first priority is the emergency needs of our community.  We will respond with properly staffed, well equipped, expertly trained, healthy firefighters within our designated response time standards.
 
The Corona Fire Department has 116 employees, including firefighters and support staff.  We deploy from 7 fire stations with 9 apparatus which are strategically located throughout the City to meet the emergency needs of our 159,000 citizens and visitors.  Serving our community during 2014, we responded to over 11,000 calls for service.
 
Our Vision is to strive to be a professional, progressive, and compassionate organization that sets the standard for excellence through our service, dedication, and commitment to the community.

 

 

CURRENT EVENTS


Learn CPR - People who experience Sudden Cardiac Arrest can die because they don't
receive immediate CPR from someone close-by. As a family member, friend or bystander,
you can take action and in a couple of hours, you can learn to save a life!
 

Corona Fire Department Headquarters
(Click here for more information and directions)

 

 

QUICK LINKS

       
  • About the Corona Fire Department
 
Incident Information
  • Information on incidents in the City of Corona
 

 

Preparedness
  • Learn more about Emergency and Disaster Preparedness
 
Corona Emergency Notification System
  • Register to receive Emergency Notifications
 
  • Request a presentation, station tour or fire department appearance
 
Prevention / Planning / Safety Information
  • For permits, forms, guidelines and public safety information
 


 

RESOURCES


Safely Surrendered
Baby Information
 
 
 
 
 
   
 

 


  For general questions, please  e-mail the Fire Department or contact us at (951) 736-2220.