Dec. 2016 Station Update from the Chief

Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District Update
I would like to take a moment and update our community on several major things
happening with your fire district.

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Recruitment

Come join us as a Volunteer or as a Reserve.

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About

San Diego’s back country volunteer fire companies were first organized after the huge 1970 Laguna Fire that burned 175,425 acres and 382 homes and killed eight people. The Julian Volunteer Fire Company and Lake Cuyamaca Fire Company were two of those formed. In 1983,

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BLM Initiates Stage III Fire Restrictions in the California Desert District

MORENO VALLEY, Calif. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has initiated Stage III Fire Restrictions for BLM-managed public lands within Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, and San Diego counties. The restrictions will remain in effect until further notice. “Despite heavy winter rains, restrictions are needed due to current hot and dry weather […]

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NEW FIRE STATION FOR JULIAN

The Julian Fire Plugs and Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District are planning an Open House for the new fire station (under construction) on Saturday, April 22.  Our official program will begin at 11:00 am to acknowledge major donors, followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Starting at Noon, the volunteer firefighters will grill hamburgers and hot dogs and […]

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JULIAN FIRE PLUGS

Jan Payne, Cathy Ozbun, Greg Hidley, Pat Landis, Brian Kramer, Sheana Fry, Barbara Nigro, Kathy Payne and Ron OzbunYou have probably heard of us, but we wanted to give you more information about our organization. The Fire Plugs were incorporated as a non-profit 501c3 corporation in 2013 for the main purpose of fundraising for our […]

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New Station, Donor Tree and Registry

We are asking for the community to support our efforts to make our new fire station even better by providing our volunteers and reserves with the equipment, amenities and tools they need to make the station as comfortable and well appointed as they deserve. These item will make staying away from family and  home just a […]

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County, CAL FIRE Add Paramedic Engine Service to Julian

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 5, 2016 Contacts: Capt. Kendal Bortisser (CAL FIRE) 619-922-4528 Michele Clock (County Fire) 619-929-8601   County, CAL FIRE Add Paramedic Engine Service to Julian Agencies join with Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District to boost backcountry service Julian residents and visitors now have around-the-clock access to paramedic engine service, thanks […]

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