Field Operations

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The Field Operations Division delivers all of the Fire Department’s emergency response services and other non-emergency services. There are a total of 73 employees E71assigned to this division, which is headed by a Deputy Chief. Seventy-three emergency response personnel are divided into three operations “shifts” (A, B and C-Shift) and each shift is commanded by a Battalion Chief. The division also has a Fire Training Captain.

Emergency response personnel are deployed from five Vacaville fire stations. With a minimum daily shift staffing of 22 personnel, we are able to serve a population of 95,856 located within the 28 square miles of Vacaville. We also provide emergency medical services to the 160 square mile area of Solano County. Our response time goal is to be on scene within seven minutes or less (starting from receipt 9-1-1 call) 90% of the time.
 2016 Emergency Incident Response
 Medical     7,087
 Fire  313
 Other  2,600
 Total  10,000

 

 Types of Emergency Response 

  • Fire
  • Medical and Advanced Life Support Ambulance Transport
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Specialized Rescue

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Did you Know?

Our firefighters do a lot more than respond to medical and fire related calls. Inspecting local businesses and teaching about fire and life safety is part of their everyday job. They also help residents who cannot purchase or maintain their own smoke alarms. By doing this they are making sure that everyone is being as safe as they can.

Support Services

Support services is headed by the Fire Chief. Code Enforcement, Fire Prevention and Administration are a part of the support services for the Fire Department.

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