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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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Welcome aboard Fire Safety Specialist McBride!
Donald has been Volunteering with Colton Fire for over two years.
As of Monday, he is our new full-time Fire Safety Specialist.
Donald has over 20 years of fire safety and prevention experience.
Please welcome him (officially) when you see him around town.

#coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters
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Welcome aboard Fire Safety Specialist McBride! 
Donald has been Volunteering with Colton Fire for over two years.
As of Monday, he is our new full-time Fire Safety Specialist.
Donald has over 20 years of fire safety and prevention experience.
Please welcome him (officially) when you see him around town.

#coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters

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Congratulations Donald, welcome to Colton

Congratulations, Donald!

Congratulations welcome 💙

Congratulations, welcome

Congratulations!

Congratulations 🎉

Congratulations

Congrats and Welcome to the Team!

Hello and welcome to Colton.

Welcome!

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Call type and volume for 2021.

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Thank you for being there for me when I needed you. Medical call.

Our deepest condolences to the Spink family, their friends and our Brothers and Sisters at the Barstow Fire Protection District. We are saddened to hear the news of Engineer Spinks passing.
It was an honor and privilege to be part of the Sea of Blue and the Procession to take Dave Home. Rest In Peace. Gone, but never forgotten.
#coltonfire # coltonfd #coltonfd #barstowfireprotectiondistrict #restinoeace
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Our deepest condolences to the Spink family, their friends and our Brothers and Sisters at the Barstow Fire Protection District. We are saddened to hear the news of Engineer Spinks passing. 
It was an honor and privilege to be part of the Sea of Blue and the Procession to take Dave Home. Rest In Peace. Gone, but never forgotten.
#coltonfire # coltonfd #coltonfd #barstowfireprotectiondistrict #restinoeace

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Praying for the hearts of those who love him.

😑💔

Thank you to all of our LEO’s. We appreciate what you do. #coltonfire #coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #cpd #coltonpolice #leo’s ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to all of our LEO’s. We appreciate what you do. #coltonfire #coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #cpd #coltonpolice #leo’s
2 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire units are clearing the scene of a residential structure fire in the 2000 blk of N. Rancho Ave. A single unit of eight sustained damage from the fire while crews prevented the fire from spreading to adjacent units.
Mutual Aid was provided by Loma Linda, Redlands and San Bernardino County Fire.
No injuries were reported. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters
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Colton Fire units are clearing the scene of a residential structure fire in the 2000 blk of N. Rancho Ave. A single unit of eight sustained damage from the fire while crews prevented the fire from spreading to adjacent units. 
Mutual Aid was provided by Loma Linda, Redlands and San Bernardino County Fire.
No injuries were reported. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters
2 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

In a home fire, can your family safely escape in just 2 minutes?
This spring, the American Red Cross Southern California Region and partners will Sound the Alarm to help #EndHomeFires in local communities by educating people about home fire safety and installing smoke alarms. The Red Cross and partners will canvas neighborhoods to install free smoke alarms in homes, replace batteries in existing alarms and help families create home fire escape plans.
SAFETY FIRST! As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Red Cross will follow COVID-19 safety protocols during all Sound the Alarm events to protect the people they serve and their volunteers.

Visit SoundTheAlarm.org/SoCal or call 714-481-5334 for more information or to sign up for free smoke alarm installation.
#coltonfire #coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #redcross
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In a home fire, can your family safely escape in just 2 minutes?
This spring, the American Red Cross Southern California Region and partners will Sound the Alarm to help #EndHomeFires in local communities by educating people about home fire safety and installing smoke alarms. The Red Cross and partners will canvas neighborhoods to install free smoke alarms in homes, replace batteries in existing alarms and help families create home fire escape plans.
SAFETY FIRST! As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Red Cross will follow COVID-19 safety protocols during all Sound the Alarm events to protect the people they serve and their volunteers. 
 
Visit SoundTheAlarm.org/SoCal or call 714-481-5334 for more information or to sign up for free smoke alarm installation.
#coltonfire #coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #redcrossImage attachment
2 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire units responded to a reported commercial structure fire at 800 E. Washington early this morning. Heavy fire venting through the roof was found upon arrival of the first due engine. A second alarm was requested and through a coordinated fire attack, only two of the twelve units were damaged from fire. Two units below the fire units sustained water damage.

Mutual Aid was provided by Loma Linda, Redlands, San Manuel and San Bernardino County Fire Departments.

Red Cross was requested and assisted with 12 displaced occupants.
#coltonfire #coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #Local935
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Why was dude detained?

So glad my family made it out safe .

Watch the video your department needs better training.

So sad! My prayers are with all the families!

Why was the guy in scrubs being detained?

What complex is this!

How did it start ?

Cia Vasquez

Kia Burson

The guy arrested in the video set the fire from what I found he was cooking and smoking meth

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4 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Prepare now for the next storm. You can get pre-filled, self serve sand bags from Colton Public Works parking lot @ 160 S. 10th St. Sand bags and sand is available at Fire Station 211 @ 303 E. E St. and Fire Station 214 @ 1151 S. Meadow Ln. Please be prepared to show ID and there is a limit of ten bags per citizen. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters #sandbags ... See MoreSee Less

Prepare now for the next storm. You can get pre-filled, self serve sand bags from Colton Public Works parking lot @ 160 S. 10th St. Sand bags and sand is available at Fire Station 211 @ 303 E. E St. and Fire Station 214 @ 1151 S. Meadow Ln. Please be prepared to show ID and there is a limit of ten bags per citizen. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters #sandbags
4 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Thank you Itzen Wealth Management for the man crates. The box was a little difficult to get into, but it was well worth it.
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4 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire crews are currently working a double stack container fire on the UP tracks at Mt.Vernon and Mission. You will see smoke and fire apparatus in the area. #coltonfire #coltonfd #coltonfirefighters ... See MoreSee Less

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be safe.

Do we know what was the material/objects/products that were burning???

🙏🏼🙏🏼

Eric Rocha

1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

On Sunday evening 12/19, we will be making up Tuesday night's event that was canceled due to the rain. The parade will cover the Northwest portion of the City (Valley to Mill and Teresa to 8th St. The parades have been starting around 5:45 P.M ... See MoreSee Less

On Sunday evening 12/19, we will be making up Tuesday nights event that was canceled due to the rain. The parade will cover the Northwest portion of the City (Valley to Mill and Teresa to 8th St. The parades have been starting around 5:45 P.M

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We are very sorry if we did not make it down your street. We cannot safely travel down cul-de-sacs or any street that requires us to turn around to get out of. We have also discovered it is dangerous for us and our citizens to pull the trailer through mobile home parks and apartment complex’s due to tight turns and narrow roads.

Soooooo …..Disappointed waited and waited with my grandbabies for Santa to come down our street ….listened for the sirens when they got close and kept running out finally heard them and they didn’t come down our street they drove right past us…We live at the end of a cul-de-sac so we couldn’t even run down the street in time and we live just a few blocks from the actual fire station!!!! 😞😢😭

Thanks colton fire department we love this every year and my kid loves it

So disappointed. You have been coming in our park since i was a baby. Now i have a baby and its an issue now. :/ so upsetting. It was a great tradition.

Thank you. great to see Santa on Terrace Ave. kids loved it.

Second year in a row I have disappointed kids because Santa didn’t come to the end of washington st. 😞 I know it’s not a mandated thing but when the schedule is up and your kid reads it 🤷🏻‍♀️

Yayy!!!! I look forward to the parade of lights every year!

Marco Zamudio

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1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

Santa’s getting ready to get started. Just saw him on Valleywood & Cooley. ... See MoreSee Less

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Does anyone know what area the parade will be in? Trying to surprise my daughter Thanks in advance

A couple of nights ago someone in the CFD was providing location updates. Can someone please send one every so often? Thank you!

Hi. Can you let us know what neighborhood is next please, ?

When will the cruise be off Mojave dr?

Any update??

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1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

Santa is en-route to South Colton. He will be starting by Maryknoll and Rosedale. He will be working his way up towards the 10 freeway. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

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Santa location update

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Are they doing drive thru Santa off mill st.?

1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

Due to the rain, we will have to cancel tonight’s Parade of Lights.
A make-up day for today’s missed parade has been scheduled for next Sunday, Dec. 19th.
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I was hoping it wouldn't since it stopped raining. I hope it is rescheduled my kids looked forward to it.

Awesome thank you for the update!

Yay! Thank you for rescheduling for us so we don’t miss it completely.

No worries Thanks for letting us know

Where is the parade going to be

Will it be rescheduled?

Will it be reschedule? My daughter was looking forward to it

Cancel everything waste of public funds

are you planning to have it another day?

It's not raining

How about next week?

Marytza Lara nooooooooooo

Yesenia Garcia

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1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

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Praying for a full recovery!

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I’m praying for complete healing, in the name of Jesus.

Praying for a full recovery!

🙏 Thank You Jesus 🙌 that YOU are in CONTROL of EVERYTHING and We ALL Humbly Come Before You and Ask for Your Faithfulness in this Very Serious Condition and Situation. We Ask for Your Healing Touch, Protection, Mercy ,Grace and Provision in this Situation in Your Precious Name 🙌 Amen 🙏 Thank You for Sharing this with ALL of US. Prayers and Blessings to ALL Family and Friends in Jesus Precious Name 🙌 Amen 🙏🇺🇸💖

Praying 🙏🏽

Continuing prayers to him, the family, and his department family!

Healing prayers sent 🙏

God bless you. Get better🙏💙

Praying for a full recovery

Thank You Colton Fire dept!

🙏🏼🙏🏼 for Fireman Spinks

please get well.

Kyrie Eleison

🙏🏼

🙏🙏

🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

🙏💛

🙏🙏🙏

🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

🙏🙏🙏

🙏🏼🔥🙏🏼🔥

🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

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1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire units responded to Reche Canyon Rd & Shane Dr. for an auto vs. Burro call. The driver of the vehicle was not injured but the Burro succumbed to his injuries. There are many Burro’s that reside in the canyon, and often make their way to the streets. Please plan ahead, drive slow and be aware of your surroundings. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters ... See MoreSee Less

Colton Fire units responded to Reche Canyon Rd & Shane Dr. for an auto vs. Burro call. The driver of the vehicle was not injured but the Burro succumbed to his injuries. There are many Burro’s that reside in the canyon, and often make their way to the streets. Please plan ahead, drive slow and be aware of your surroundings. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters

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Some people do drive fast just don't know how to read the freaking signs

See the park people pushing them out to the road before it happen

It was a baby . Must of came out of mobile park cause there is fresh poo

Poor Donkey🙏🙏

Slow Down , it's not worth your Life or Others , just because your in a Hurry.

Slow the fuck down people

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire is proud to be transporting Santa Claus in Colton’s Annual Christmas Parade. Merry Christmas!
#coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters #cityofcolton #MerryChristmas
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Santa was great

Donde es

Where is the link to the schedule!! :(

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Please see these important street closures for tomorrow's parade! ... See MoreSee Less

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It was an awesome parade kids loved it

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Your Colton Firefighter's have been collaborating with the "Big Guy" Santa, and we have decided it was time for us to spread some Christmas Cheer. Our Parade of Lights will be returning, starting the week of Monday, December 13th around 6:00 PM. Please remember that it is not safe for Santa to travel down cul-de-sacs, so please wait for him to drive by on a thru street. ... See MoreSee Less

Your Colton Firefighters have been collaborating with the Big Guy Santa, and we have decided it was time for us to spread some Christmas Cheer. Our Parade of Lights will be returning, starting the week of Monday, December 13th around 6:00 PM.  Please remember that it is not safe for Santa to travel down cul-de-sacs, so please wait for him to drive by on a thru street.

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I'm sure today will probably be canceled due to the rain. Will it be rescheduled? My girls look forward to this every year they were hoping that you would come yesterday since it wasn't raining but our turn was today.

Thank you guys for coming down “B” st!!!! Our kids were very happy to see Santa ☺️☺️

Looking forward to seeing everyone especially Santa

I love this as my late father did. He love Santa

Yay!!! I look forward to it every year!!! And I don’t have any kids. Lol.

Is Santa going on Pennsylvania near C st on Monday or Tuesday? I'd like my nieces to see Santa.

Will you be coming down B st this year I know Santa doesn’t really come through here anymore

Can someone tell me when he'll pass by W G St by colton high school

Sorry guys don't really know my parts of the city well what day would you guys hit long beach Dr. fire station side?

Omg we’ll miss it this year ☹️☹️

Yay we love this!!

Will today be canceled for Santa?

Well you be coming through Cadena creek park this year?

Pasara por el valley college de San Bernardino

Andria Guillen

Marissa Simental

Thank you so much! My kids love it!

I’ve been waiting for this schedule to come out!!!!

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Probationary Firefighter Paramedic Tommy Dalton providing department members a class on the MSA breathing apparatus.
#coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #coltonfire #trainyourprobie
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Probationary Firefighter Paramedic Tommy Dalton providing department members a class on the MSA breathing apparatus. 
#coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #coltonfire #trainyourprobie

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This is a airpack

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Round 2 of Santa Ana winds are scheduled to arrive Wednesday morning and last through Friday evening. Please be vigilant and report any smoke sightings as soon as possible. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters #santaanawinds

RED FLAG WARNING in effect from 10am Wednesday 11/24/2021 through 6pm Friday 11/26/2021 for gusty #santaanawinds of 40-60 mph and very low humidities of 2%-8%. twitter.com/NWSLosAngeles/status/1463211068998631425 [NWS LOS ANGELES ON TWITTER]
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Round 2 of Santa Ana winds are scheduled to arrive Wednesday morning and last through Friday evening. Please be vigilant and report any smoke sightings as soon as possible. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters #santaanawinds

RED FLAG WARNING in effect from 10am Wednesday 11/24/2021 through 6pm Friday 11/26/2021 for gusty #SantaAnaWinds of 40-60 mph and very low humidities of 2%-8%. https://twitter.com/NWSLosAngeles/status/1463211068998631425 [NWS LOS ANGELES ON TWITTER]
2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

RED FLAG WARNING ISSUED FOR SUNDAY & MONDAY. WARM WEATHER, HIGH WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY.
Action Recommended
Make preparations per the instructions
Issued By
San Diego - CA, US, National Weather Service
Affected Area
Portions of the Inland Empire, the San Bernardino mountain slopes, the Riverside County mountain slopes, the Santa Ana Mountains and inland Orange County
Description
...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 9 AM TO 7 PM SUNDAY FOR STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

LOCATION...Portions of the Inland Empire, the San Bernardino mountain slopes, the Riverside County mountain slopes, the Santa Ana Mountains and inland Orange County.

WIND...Areas of northeast winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts 45 to 55 mph. Isolated gusts 60 to 65 mph below the Cajon and San Gorgonio Passes, and near the coastal foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains.

HUMIDITY...Lowest humidity of 5 to 10 percent Sunday afternoon.

TIMING...Winds strengthen tonight, peak Sunday morning then begin to weaken Sunday afternoon. Relative humidity begins to decrease late Sunday morning with only marginal recovery Sunday night.

IMPACTS...Any fires that develop will likely spread rapidly. Outdoor burning is not recommended.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions are either occurring now....or will shortly. A combination of strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures can contribute to extreme fire behavior.
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RED FLAG WARNING ISSUED FOR SUNDAY & MONDAY. WARM WEATHER, HIGH WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY.
Action Recommended
Make preparations per the instructions
Issued By
San Diego - CA, US, National Weather Service
Affected Area
Portions of the Inland Empire, the San Bernardino mountain slopes, the Riverside County mountain slopes, the Santa Ana Mountains and inland Orange County
Description
...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 9 AM TO 7 PM SUNDAY FOR STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

LOCATION...Portions of the Inland Empire, the San Bernardino mountain slopes, the Riverside County mountain slopes, the Santa Ana Mountains and inland Orange County.

WIND...Areas of northeast winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts 45 to 55 mph. Isolated gusts 60 to 65 mph below the Cajon and San Gorgonio Passes, and near the coastal foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains.

HUMIDITY...Lowest humidity of 5 to 10 percent Sunday afternoon.

TIMING...Winds strengthen tonight, peak Sunday morning then begin to weaken Sunday afternoon. Relative humidity begins to decrease late Sunday morning with only marginal recovery Sunday night.

IMPACTS...Any fires that develop will likely spread rapidly. Outdoor burning is not recommended.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions are either occurring now....or will shortly. A combination of strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures can contribute to extreme fire behavior.
2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Over the years, the Spark of Love toy drive has successfully collected and distributed nearly 10 million toys to underserved children and teens. Help us make this year's season even brighter by delivering joy to those that need it most.

Unwrapped sports equipment and toys can be dropped of at any one of your Colton Fire Stations.

Fire Station 1 located at 303 E. "E" St.
Fire Station 2 located at 1511 N. Rancho Ave.
Fire Station 3 located at 1100 S. La Cadena Dr.
Fire Station 4 located at 1151 S. meadow Ln.

#coltonfirefighters #coltonfd #coltonfire #sparkoflove
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Over the years, the Spark of Love toy drive has successfully collected and distributed nearly 10 million toys to underserved children and teens. Help us make this years season even brighter by delivering joy to those that need it most.

Unwrapped sports equipment and toys can be dropped of at any one of your Colton Fire Stations.

Fire Station 1 located at 303 E. E St.
Fire Station 2 located at 1511 N. Rancho Ave.
Fire Station 3 located at 1100 S. La Cadena Dr.
Fire Station 4 located at 1151 S. meadow Ln.

#coltonfirefighters #coltonfd #coltonfire #sparkoflove
2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire Department is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a grant in the amount of $14,902.34 provided by the California Fire Foundation, a non-profit organization which provides emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen firefighters, firefighters and the communities they protect. “The funding received was important in our efforts to protect our firefighters while they are out protecting the properties of others” said Battalion Chief Kevin Valentin. These new fire shelters replaced 20+ year old shelters and allows for each firefighter to have his own instead of sharing.
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Colton Fire Department is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a grant in the amount of $14,902.34 provided by the California Fire Foundation, a non-profit organization which provides emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen firefighters, firefighters and the communities they protect. “The funding received was important in our efforts to protect our firefighters while they are out protecting the properties of others” said Battalion Chief Kevin Valentin. These new fire shelters replaced 20+ year old shelters and allows for each firefighter to have his own instead of sharing.
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Thank you very much from all of the fire families to everyone who was involved in acquiring the new shelters.

That's awesome..

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Please join us in a celebration of life of Retired Fire Captain Brandon Humphrey.

December 2, 2021 @ 10:00 AM
Hemet Valley Mortuary
403 N. San Jacinto St.
Hemet, CA

#coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters
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Please join us in a celebration of life of Retired Fire Captain Brandon Humphrey.

December 2, 2021 @ 10:00 AM
Hemet Valley Mortuary 
403 N. San Jacinto St.
Hemet, CA

#coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters

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Prayers to his family for comfort and peace

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Thank you to all of the Veterans that have served, made the ultimate sacrifice serving and to those currently serving.
#coltonfire #coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #proudtoanamarican #VeteransDay
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Thank you to all of the Veterans that have served, made the ultimate sacrifice serving and to those currently serving. 
#coltonfire #coltonfd #coltonfirefighters #proudtoanamarican #veteransday
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Working smoke alarms decrease the risk of dying in reported home fires by nearly half according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

Please keep yourself and your family safe by changing the battery in your smoke detector when you turn your clock back.

#coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters
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Working smoke alarms decrease the risk of dying in reported home fires by nearly half according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

Please keep yourself and your family safe by changing the battery in your smoke detector when you turn your clock back.

#coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire is on scene of a vegetation fire in the Santa Ana River. We were able to get a line around the heavy vegetation and hold it to a 50’ X 100’ spot. #coltonfd #coltonfire #coltonfirefighters ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Firefighters are staying busy handing out candy at the City of Colton Halloween Stroll. ... See MoreSee Less

Colton Firefighters are staying busy handing out candy at the City of Colton Halloween Stroll.Image attachment

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Loved visiting with the brothas!

Is is candy for avery one or did i had to register?

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