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MESSAGE FROM THE FIRE CHIEF

Welcome to the Colton Fire Department’s (CFD) website.

The CFD vision statement is:

The Fire Department will provide comprehensive emergency services to our citizens, visitors, and employees. We will cultivate leaders at all levels of the Department through education, training, and high ethical standards. We will treat all others as we would want to be treated.”

Our first core value is:

“Putting the Community First; it is the spirit that guides all actions of the Fire Department “

It is my honor to serve the citizens of Colton as their Fire Chief. Our vision and core values reflect on what we want to be and what we value.  Each of our firefighters and staff strive to serve our community to the best of our abilities.  We realize that every shift we interact with our residents and visitors in some of their greatest times of need; this is a humbling honor we do not take for granted.

The Colton Fire Department (CFD) was formed on November 21, 1889 and currently serves a population of 54,828 people in the 16-square mile city out of four strategically located fire stations. There are currently 41 full-time firefighters, one Executive Assistant, two volunteers, and one contract Physician Medical Director who staff the department.  In 2018 the department responded to over 7,200 calls for service dispatched through the Confire Joint Powers Agency Dispatch.  CFD deploys three Type-I engines and a Truck that each are staffed by one Captain, one Engineer, and one Firefighter Paramedic; one Battalion Chief is on-duty per day and one Fire Marshal.  Colton has provided Paramedic Advanced Life Support to its citizens as one of the first paramedic providers in San Bernardino County since July 1975.

Colton Fire is a thriving Department with a rich culture that goes back more than 125 years. We are active partners with surrounding communities and respond as part of a robust mutual aid system.  Over the past few years we have seen many retirements and have recruited new Firefighters, promoted new Engineers and Captains, and are currently preparing to promote a new Battalion Chief.  These new recruits and promotions represent an exciting time for CFD as we introduce new faces and innovations to our Department.  Our Fire Marshal has been busy over the last year assuring that inspections, plan checks, and other prevention activities are completed in a time of increased growth and construction in Colton.  Disaster Preparedness, grants, and Community Emergency Response Teams are an on-going focus.  The Fire Explorer Program is a priority for us and we to try to hire from those ranks.  We continue to work jointly with the Loma Linda Fire Department, sharing Command Staff resources.

The Fire Department is in process of implementing industry best practices for cancer prevention of our firefighters.   This includes particulate resistant flash hoods, second sets of turnouts, extractor washing machines, and other engineering practices.  We have a new grant funded fire engine ready to be delivered.  Staff will be writing a new Strategic Plan this year, and we look forward to planning our path forward over the next five years.

Colton Fire Department will continue to function as a partner with our community and we look forward to maintaining exceptional service to our residents, visitors, and neighbors.

Please feel free to call with any questions or concerns at 909-370-5100.

Sincerely,

Tim McHargue, Fire Chief

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2 days ago
City of Colton Fire

Our two week engineer academy is in full swing. This academy will prepare our fire personnel to successfully promote to the rank of fire engineer. Over the next ten days, students will learn how to complete apparatus inspections, basic driving skills, hydraulics, trouble shooting, pumping on various types of engines and ladder set up to name a few of the topics. These are just some of the basics needed fulfill the job requirements of fire engineer. ... See MoreSee Less

Our two week engineer academy is in full swing.  This academy will prepare our fire personnel to successfully promote to the rank of fire engineer.  Over the next ten days, students will learn how to complete apparatus inspections, basic driving skills, hydraulics, trouble shooting, pumping on various types of engines and ladder set up to name a few of the topics. These are just some of the basics needed fulfill the job requirements of fire engineer.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Wow! Things have changed over the last 10 years! I don’t recognize anyone in the picture. Good luck to everyone.

***Update..crews have cleared the area***

Colton Fire is currently mopping- up a 3 acres vegetation fire in the 700 block of Congress. Please stay out of the area as hose is crossing the street.
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***Update..crews have cleared the area***

Colton Fire is currently mopping- up a 3 acres vegetation fire in the 700 block of Congress. Please stay out of the area as hose is crossing the street.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Do we know who owns this piece of land?

3 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

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3 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

In preparation for wildland season, some Colton Firefighters completed their arduous hike today out in LaLoma Hills. An arduous hike, also known as a Pack Test, is a 3-mile hike, carrying a 45-pound pack in 45 minutes or less. This measures the firefighters aerobic capacity, muscular and muscular endurance. ... See MoreSee Less

In preparation for wildland season, some Colton Firefighters completed their arduous hike today out in LaLoma Hills.  An arduous hike, also known as a Pack Test, is a 3-mile hike, carrying a 45-pound pack in 45 minutes or less. This measures the firefighters aerobic capacity, muscular and muscular endurance.Image attachment
3 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire Department is providing medical standby at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center’s 14th Annual 5K run/walk. There are over 2000 runner/walkers at today’s event. Colton Fire is utilizing their newly acquired ARV to travel around the hospital campus and race route. ... See MoreSee Less

Colton Fire Department is providing medical standby at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center’s 14th Annual 5K run/walk.  There are over 2000 runner/walkers at today’s event.  Colton Fire is utilizing their newly acquired ARV  to travel around the hospital campus and race route.Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment
4 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

We are excited to announce an update to our street sweeping schedule to better serve our community! Starting on May 1, 2024, we are implementing an alternate-day street sweeping schedule to help residents find parking more easily and ensure our streets stay clean.

Here's what you need to know:

• Alternate Sweeping Days: Street sweeping trucks will now sweep on alternate days, allowing residents to park on the opposite side of the street. This change will enable you to keep your car parked without interruption while we work to maintain clean streets.

• New Sweeping Schedule: One side of the street will follow the old schedule, while the other side will adopt the new sweeping day schedule. This approach provides flexibility and convenience for you.

• Installation of New Signs: City crews will be installing the new schedule signs on affected streets. These signs will indicate the sweeping days and times for each side of the street.

• Check the Signs: To stay up-to-date with the new schedule, please check the posted signs at the beginning of each street. They contain important information about the sweeping schedule specific to your area.

• Your Cooperation is Appreciated: By adhering to the new sweeping schedule and parking guidelines, you help us keep our community looking its best. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we make this important update!

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact 909-370-5065. We appreciate your support in keeping our streets clean and welcoming for everyone.
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We are excited to announce an update to our street sweeping schedule to better serve our community! Starting on May 1, 2024, we are implementing an alternate-day street sweeping schedule to help residents find parking more easily and ensure our streets stay clean.

Heres what you need to know:

• Alternate Sweeping Days: Street sweeping trucks will now sweep on alternate days, allowing residents to park on the opposite side of the street. This change will enable you to keep your car parked without interruption while we work to maintain clean streets.

• New Sweeping Schedule: One side of the street will follow the old schedule, while the other side will adopt the new sweeping day schedule. This approach provides flexibility and convenience for you.

• Installation of New Signs: City crews will be installing the new schedule signs on affected streets. These signs will indicate the sweeping days and times for each side of the street.

• Check the Signs: To stay up-to-date with the new schedule, please check the posted signs at the beginning of each street. They contain important information about the sweeping schedule specific to your area.

• Your Cooperation is Appreciated: By adhering to the new sweeping schedule and parking guidelines, you help us keep our community looking its best. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we make this important update!

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact 909-370-5065. We appreciate your support in keeping our streets clean and welcoming for everyone.

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The neighbor complaints if we park on their side of the street

If only they did clean they just drive by and don’t really clean this creating more mess and us having to clean up what was spread out

Why is the fire department posting this? 🤔

1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

The men and women of the Colton Fire Department mourn the loss of LAFD Recruit Fuerta. Rest in Peace. ... See MoreSee Less

The men and women of the Colton Fire Department mourn the loss of LAFD Recruit Fuerta.  Rest in Peace.

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So young, my condolences to his family and friends.REST IN PEACE JACOB🙏🏻❤️

Deepest Condolences to all💔

Soo sad.. soo young.. my condolences to the entire family 🙏🏼🙏🏼

Prayers for comfort for the family of this very young man.

Always young, always happy, always alive in the Land where the sun shall never go down.

My little cuzin brother 💔🙏

RIP

RIP

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1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

The Colton Fire Department is Confire.

Beginning October 1, 2024 CONFIRE will begin providing ambulance transport services for a large portion of San Bernardino County.

In this video, Colton Fire Chief Tim McHargue provides background on who CONFIRE is and the impact they are making in San Bernardino County.

To learn more about CONFIRE, be sure to visit their profile tagged on this video. 
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So, does that mean there is still a private ambulance company like the present AMR providing the transportatuon service? Only now with Confire being a middle person (government agency) between private industry and the board of supervisors. If so, how much county funding is now going to fire for being an intermediary? Is this truly the best and most efficient use of the publics $$$ or is it just an easy pass through to the fire service? How much additional cost will be caused by this action in the long run and with what new benefits?

For serving the city of Colton 🙏🏻❤️

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

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English, please

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Repost from Colton Firefighters Local 935

Congratulations to recently promoted Battalion Chief Tom DeBellis, Battalion Chief/Fire Marshal Jon Boggs, and Captain Adam Chittenden who had their badges pinned by family and friends. Your hard work and dedication has paid off! City of Colton Fire Department @lelafrank #colton #coltonfiredepartment #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters SBCoFD Firefighters Local 935 #promotion #firefighter California Fire Fighter
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Congratulations to recently promoted Battalion Chief Tom DeBellis, Battalion Chief/Fire Marshal Jon Boggs, and Captain Adam Chittenden who had their badges pinned by family and friends. Your hard work and dedication has paid off!  @coltonfiredept @lelafrank #colton #coltonfiredepartment #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters @local935 #promotion #firefighter @californiafirefighterImage attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

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Congratulations!

Congrats Tom. And others too. Great achievement.

Congrats to Tom and our other great firefighters!

Congratulations.

Congratulations TD! ~BT

Congratulations all

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Repost from @coltonfirefighters

Congratulations to Battalion Chief/Fire Marshal Jon Boggs on his promotion! Fire Marshal Boggs has been with the Colton Fire Department for 18 years with the last 3 years as a Captain. Your dedication, leadership, and expertise will undoubtedly continue to inspire us all. Here’s to the next chapter of keeping our community safe and thriving!
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Congratulations to Battalion Chief/Fire Marshal Jon Boggs on his promotion! Fire Marshal Boggs has been with the Colton Fire Department for 18 years with the last 3 years as a Captain. Your dedication, leadership, and expertise will undoubtedly continue to inspire us all. Here’s to the next chapter of keeping our community safe and thriving!Image attachment

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Congratulations to you and your accomplishments

Way to go jon

Congrats to you!

Congratulations Jon!

Congratulations

Congratulations!

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Congratulations to Captain Adam Chittenden on his promotion. Captain Chittenden came to us seven years ago from the US Forest Service as an engineer. Today he was presented with his new helmet and he will start his first shift as Captain on Wednesday. Congratulations Adam! #coltonfire #coltonfd #firecaptain #Promotions #coltonfirefighters ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Captain Adam Chittenden on his promotion. Captain Chittenden came to us seven years ago from the US Forest Service as an engineer.  Today he was presented with his new helmet and he will start his first shift as Captain on Wednesday. Congratulations Adam!   #coltonfire #coltonfd #firecaptain #promotions #coltonfirefightersImage attachment

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Congratulations Captain

Congratulations 👏

Congratulations Captain 👏

Congratulations 👏.

Congratulations Captain Chittenden!!!

Congrats 👏👏👏

Congratulations captain well done 👏

Congrats.

Congratulations

Congratulations 👏

Congratulations 🎉

Congratulations. So proud!

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Wishing you all a Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Please enjoy responsibly. ... See MoreSee Less

Wishing you all a Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Please enjoy responsibly.
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Happy International Women’s Day to the ladies of Colton Fire Department! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy International Women’s Day to the ladies of Colton Fire Department!Image attachmentImage attachment
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Getting in some tiller training today! ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Always taking opportunities to train! ... See MoreSee Less

Always taking opportunities to train!
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Agua Mansa Road closed due to flooding from Rancho Avenue. Please avoid area and proceed with caution through all water.

2.20.2024....6:25pm
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Agua Mansa Road closed due to flooding from Rancho Avenue.  Please avoid area and proceed with caution through all water.  

2.20.2024....6:25pm
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Pride and Ownership at its Finest. Captain Granger and Engineer Hernandez spent their day off finishing the concrete wall for our new electronic station sign. Over the last couple of weeks, department members demolished the old wall, ran conduit, and formed up the wall in preparation for the new sign. Once the concrete cures, they will install the sign.
#prideandownership #stewart #signs #stewartsigns #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters
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Pride and Ownership at its Finest. Captain Granger and Engineer Hernandez spent their day off finishing the concrete wall for our new electronic station sign. Over the last couple of weeks, department members demolished the old wall, ran conduit, and formed up the wall in preparation for the new sign. Once the concrete cures, they will install the sign. 
#prideandownership #Stewart #signs #stewartsigns #coltonfire #coltonfirefightersImage attachmentImage attachment

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SWEET!!..looks great so far!

This will be the sign's second face lift from the original wood sign (which was lurking somewhere in storage). You Go Colton Fire!

Very nice!

Hernandez looks good in that 433 shirt lol George Sanchez

Great job guys but why couldn’t the city employees do this?

Is that guy wearing the local 433 shirt an ironworker?

Who pulled the permits?

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3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Explorer training today consisted of teaching our Explorers the difference between different types of portable fire extinguishers and how to safely use them. They had the opportunity to use a dry chem and CO2 extinguisher.

If you are a young boy or girl between the ages of 14-21 and would like to join our Explorer Post, you can find the application and how to on our website www.coltonfire.com
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Explorer training today consisted of teaching our Explorers the difference between different types of portable fire extinguishers and how to safely use them. They had the opportunity to use a dry chem and CO2 extinguisher.

If you are a young boy or girl between the ages of 14-21 and would like to join our Explorer Post, you can find the application and how to on our website www.coltonfire.comImage attachmentImage attachment
4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

6 February 2024 - 9:00 am
South Mt. Vernon Ave. from Grand Terrace Rd. (top of the hill) to I-215 on/off Ramp will be temporarily closed to traffic on both direction. Crews onsite to remove dirt and debris, work expected to be complete by mid-afternoon.
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6 February 2024 - 9:00 am
South Mt. Vernon Ave. from Grand Terrace Rd. (top of the hill) to I-215 on/off Ramp will be temporarily closed to traffic on both direction. Crews onsite to remove dirt and debris, work expected to be complete by mid-afternoon.

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Rocky Bowden

Jao Hill?

4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

N Street and C Street underpasses are CLOSED, as the storm pumps cannot keep up with the rain intensity.
Don’t drive through flooded areas. Remember:
⚠️6 inches of water can cause a vehicle to lose control
⚠️12 inches of water can sweep most cars away
⚠️2 feet of rushing water can carry away any vehicle
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N Street and C Street underpasses are CLOSED, as the storm pumps cannot keep up with the rain intensity. 
Don’t drive through flooded areas. Remember: 
⚠️6 inches of water can cause a vehicle to lose control
⚠️12 inches of water can sweep most cars away
⚠️2 feet of rushing water can carry away any vehicleImage attachment
4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

UPDATE: Mt. Vernon is now open.

Mt. Vernon is currently closed between M Street and Cooley Dr. while our crews are rescuing four individuals from the Santa Ana River. A high anchor system was set up to lower crews into the river to harness up and remove the trapped individuals. No medical aid was required once they were out of danger from the fast moving waters.

Please stay out of the river during these conditions and follow the requests to evacuate.
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UPDATE: Mt. Vernon is now open.

Mt. Vernon is currently closed between M Street and Cooley Dr. while our crews are rescuing four individuals from the Santa Ana River.  A high anchor system was set up to lower crews into the river to harness up and remove the trapped individuals. No medical aid was required once they were out of danger from the fast moving waters.

Please stay out of the river during these conditions and follow the requests to evacuate.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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I’m thankful it’s open again. I hope everyone is safe🙏🏻

Thank you Colton Fire. Wake up city officials time to start finding ways to house the unhoused veterans and others

Job well done to the best 👍

People suffer the consequences just for those who wants to be down there.

All the CPS training and it works lol

Wow 😳

There are some homeless people living in there wow

Is everyone okay

There is no way these idiots didn't know they shouldn't be there and yet they chose to stay and then required rescue putting the fire crew at risk because of their stupidity.

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4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Winter driving tips from CalTrans. Please don’t drive through running water or standing water if you can’t see the road. TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN! ... See MoreSee Less

Winter driving tips from CalTrans. Please don’t drive through running water or standing water if you can’t see the road. TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN!
4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

In 1977, Colton Fire Department staffed a Medic Squad with some of the first Paramedics in San Bernardino County. 32 years later, in April of 2009, the squad was shut down due to budget cuts.

Today, February 1st, nearly 15 years later, Medic Squad 211 has returned to service. This could not have happened without the support of our community in passing Measure S, or without the support of our Council. #medicsquad #Paramedic #firefighter #colton #coltonfiredept #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters Colton Firefighters Local 935 ABC7 Eyewitness News KCAL News NBCLA
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In 1977, Colton Fire Department staffed a Medic Squad with some of the first Paramedics in San Bernardino County. 32 years later, in April of 2009, the squad was shut down due to budget cuts.

Today, February 1st, nearly 15 years later, Medic Squad 211 has returned to service. This could not have happened without the support of our community in passing Measure S, or without the support of our Council. #medicsquad #paramedic #firefighter #colton #coltonfiredept #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters @coltonfirefighters @abc7la @kcalnews @nbclaImage attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Shelby Nelson something good!

Terry and I, we were the real Johnny and Roy - Haha

So many great memories!!! This is LL MICN MO435-Go Ahead Medic Squad 211!!! I didn’t realize it was shut down! Congratulations on the return to service👏

Thank you for all you do!!!!

I thank in 1975 Colton started the Paramedic program with medics D.Ewing,B.Hamp an T.McNeil

NBC LA #brightspot

The ceremonial 'push in' ceremony dates to the 1800s when crews returned from a call on horse-drawn equipment, that the animals were unable to push back into the fire station. This meant that the crews had to detach the horses and physically push the equipment back into the bay.

You guys are OK, but you don't rescue animals that are trapped or in danger

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4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

On February 1, 2024, the City of Colton Fire Department will be placing a paramedic squad back in service after a 15 year shut down due to budget cuts. With the addition of Measure S funds, the Mayor and City Council approved the hiring of 6 additional firefighter/paramedic’s allowing the medic squad to resume service to the Colton community.

The Fire Department has carried on the tradition of “pushing in” to the fire station a new piece of apparatus when it goes into service.

This tradition dates back to the 1800’s when firefighters used to push in their horse drawn apparatus, when returning from a call, due to the horses not being able to back in.

While Medic Squad 211 is not a new piece of apparatus, this will be the first time this unit is in service since April 7, 2009, so it is fitting of the same honor as a new piece of apparatus.

Crews will be at Fire Station 211 at 0745 on Thursday, February 1, 2024, to help place MS211 back into service at 0800.

For any questions regarding this event, please contact;

Colton Fire Department
909-370-5100
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On February 1, 2024, the City of Colton Fire Department will be placing a paramedic squad back in service after a 15 year shut down due to budget cuts. With the addition of Measure S funds, the Mayor and City Council approved the hiring of 6 additional firefighter/paramedic’s allowing the medic squad to resume service to the Colton community.

The Fire Department has carried on the tradition of “pushing in” to the fire station a new piece of apparatus when it goes into service.

This tradition dates back to the 1800’s when firefighters used to push in their horse drawn apparatus, when returning from a call, due to the horses not being able to back in.

While Medic Squad 211 is not a new piece of apparatus, this will be the first time this unit is in service since April 7, 2009, so it is fitting of the same honor as a new piece of apparatus.

Crews will be at Fire Station 211 at 0745 on Thursday, February 1, 2024, to help place MS211 back into service at 0800.

For any questions regarding this event, please contact;

Colton Fire Department
909-370-5100
4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Congratulations to Captain Mike Loya! This afternoon we celebrated the pinning of Mike to the position of Fire Captain. Mikes wife and one of his sons had the pleasure of pinning him. Mike was hired as a Firefighter Paramedic in May of 2013 and most recently served as a Fire Apparatus Engineer. We are expecting good things out of you Captain Loya. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Captain Mike Loya! This afternoon we celebrated the pinning of Mike to the position of Fire Captain. Mikes wife and one of his sons had the pleasure of pinning him. Mike was hired as a Firefighter Paramedic in May of 2013 and most recently served as a Fire Apparatus Engineer. We are expecting good things out of you Captain Loya.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Congratulations Captain Loya!!!!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations 🍾🎈🎉🎊

Congratulations, Capt. Loya!!

Congratulations big boy!🎈🎊🎉🍾

Congrats Mike! Well deserved

Congratulations Captain Loya!

Congratulations

Congratulations!!

Congratulations “Captain” !

Congratulations!

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4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Congratulations Deputy Chief Ray Bruno!

Chief Bruno was promoted to Deputy Fire Chief on January 20th of this year. Ray was hired with the Colton Fire Department as a Firefighter Paramedic in 1996 and has promoted up through the ranks, most recently serving as Fire Marshal. Ray has made great improvements on the Fire Prevention side and we are excited for the contributions he will be making on the suppression side.
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Congratulations Deputy Chief Ray Bruno!

Chief Bruno was promoted to Deputy Fire Chief on January 20th of this year. Ray  was hired with the  Colton Fire Department as a Firefighter Paramedic in 1996 and has promoted up through the ranks, most recently serving as Fire Marshal. Ray has made great improvements on the Fire Prevention side and we are excited for the contributions he will be making on the suppression side.

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Way to go, Ray! That’s awesome.

Congratulations!!!

Congrats Ray Bruno.

Congratulations

Congrats Ray!

Good for you! Congratulations 🍾🎉🎊🎈

Congrats, Ray!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations Ray!!

Congratulations Ray !!!

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4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Day 8 of the new hire academy. Today the recruits are learning the principles of auto extrication.
#Amkus #diamondbackfireandrescue
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Day 8 of the new hire academy. Today the recruits are learning the principles of auto extrication.
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4 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Your Colton Firefighters had a busy year in 2023. We ran 8161 calls for service of a wide variety. This is in addition to PR events, Fire Prevention Inspections, Training and Station/Equipment maintenance. We are ready to serve you during 2024. ... See MoreSee Less

Your Colton Firefighters had a busy year in 2023.  We ran 8161 calls for service of a wide variety.  This is in addition to PR events, Fire Prevention Inspections, Training and Station/Equipment maintenance. We are ready to serve you during 2024.

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Thank you for your service in our community

Grateful for you all!

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