In cooperation with local law enforcement agencies, Solano Sheriff Thomas A. Ferrara has imposed a Countywide Local Emergency and Curfew Order effective immediately, commencing this evening, June 2, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. The curfew requires people in the County of Solano to stay indoors from 8:00 p.m. through 5:00 a.m. The Local Emergency will remain in place until 5:00 a.m. on June 4, 2020 or until the Declaration of Local Emergency is rescinded or extended at the discretion of the County.  Local Emergency and Curfew Order

Fire and Life Safety

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It's your place, please keep it fire safe!

Hello from the City of Vacaville Fire Department.

You are receiving some very valuable information that if followed, could play an important role in keeping you and your home FIRE SAFE.

As you already know, every year in California we experience devastating wildland fires, which ruin thousands of homes, businesses, forest lands, and even human lives.

In Vacaville, we too are susceptible to these wildland urban interface fires. The City of Vacaville Fire Department is attempting to take a proactive approach to this problem by providing you and your families with some fire and life safety tips and facts that you can follow to minimize the threat these fires can cause.

We have some fire safety pamphlets that you can look at below. One pamphlet is about knowing when to use a fire extinguisher and a few tips that go along with it. A very important file that we have for you is about children and fire safety, giving you teaching tips and topics. "Exit Drills in the Home" is our last pamphlet that give tips on how to survive, planning your escape and being prepared.

Unfortunately, no one’s home can be 100% fire safe, but you can dramatically minimize the effects of wildland fire spreading to your home by following these basic safety tips.

We at the City of Vacaville Fire Department want you to know that your safety is our highest priority. Please don’t hesitate to contact our Fire Prevention Bureau at 449-5453, if you should have any questions or concerns regarding you or your home’s fire safety.

Kris Concepcion, Fire Chief

Fire and Life Safety Education is coordinated by our Fire Safety Coordinator. The department provides several forms of public education, ranging from school site visits to impromptu contacts while out in the community. We also offer fire station tours that include public education. We have many helpful brochures on various safety topics. If you are interested, use the "Contact Us" feature of this website or call 449-5453.

Pamphlets and websites