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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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Now accepting applications for Engineer. Click on the link in bio for application #firefighter #californiafirefighters CA State ... See MoreSee Less

Now accepting applications for Engineer. Click on the link in bio for application  #firefighter #californiafirefighters @csfafire

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Outside recruitment.. Not good .

Keith Tront

2 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Another great day of probationary training for FFPM Williams captured by Pastor Frank. ... See MoreSee Less

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Only the best work at station 214

We appreciate all the sacrifices you make to keep us safe and sound. Thank You for your service!

Keep up the good work!

My daughter Sonjia.

Awesome!! Keep it up!!

My niece is a badass.. love you

Hellyeah!!! That’s my niece!

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2 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Sand and bags are available at Fire Station 211, 303 E. E St. and Fire Station 214, 1151 S. Meadow Ln. between the hours of 0800-2000. There is a limit of ten bags per citizen. ... See MoreSee Less

Sand and bags are available at Fire Station 211, 303 E. E St. and Fire Station 214, 1151 S. Meadow Ln. between the hours of 0800-2000. There is a limit of ten bags per citizen.
3 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

We are heartbroken to hear of another killing of a Sheriff Deputy. Our sincere condolences to Deputy Calhoun’s family, friends and extended family Riverside Sheriffs' Association ... See MoreSee Less

We are heartbroken to hear of another killing of a Sheriff Deputy. Our sincere condolences to Deputy Calhoun’s family, friends and extended family Riverside Sheriffs Association
3 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

*PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT & HIRING BONUS LANGUAGE.*** at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/coltonca/jobs/3869410/firefighter-paramedic?pagetype=jobOpportunit...

HIRING BONUS and how it works!
**** $15,000 TOTAL****
Lateral Firefighters - $5,000 at the time of hire, $5,000 upon passing probation at 12 months, $5,000 on the one (1) year anniversary of successfully passing probation.

Newly hired Firefighters - $2,500 after passing six (6) month probationary test, $5,000 upon successfully completing probation, $7,500 on the one (1) year anniversary of successfully passing probation.

The Colton Fire Department's mission is to protect life, property, and the environment in order to preserve and improve the quality of life of those we serve. Paramedics employed by the Colton Fire Department engage directly in firefighting, emergency medical care, technical rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, disaster responses, fire prevention, public education, and community service. We are here to provide not only emergency care, but also personal care and services.

Why should you join our Department?

Are you tired of:
- Continuous force hires
- Big city/county/state issues
- Unhealthy work/life balance

Our department succeeds because our employees succeed, and we firmly believe in mentoring our members at all ranks. Joining our agency means you will be working alongside passionate, dedicated, and innovative members to provide excellent service to our community, visitors, and those who travel through our major highways.

Our standards are high. We recognize current challenges and tackle them head on, all while striving for, and progressing toward excellence in every aspect of our job. If you believe you have what it takes to be a part of our community of firefighters, we invite you to apply today!
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*PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT & HIRING BONUS LANGUAGE.*** at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/coltonca/jobs/3869410/firefighter-paramedic?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

HIRING BONUS and how it works! 
**** $15,000 TOTAL****
Lateral Firefighters - $5,000 at the time of hire, $5,000 upon passing probation at 12 months, $5,000 on the one (1) year anniversary of successfully passing probation.

Newly hired Firefighters - $2,500 after passing six (6) month probationary test, $5,000 upon successfully completing probation, $7,500 on the one (1) year anniversary of successfully passing probation. 

The Colton Fire Departments mission is to protect life, property, and the environment in order to preserve and improve the quality of life of those we serve. Paramedics employed by the Colton Fire Department engage directly in firefighting, emergency medical care, technical rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, disaster responses, fire prevention, public education, and community service. We are here to provide not only emergency care, but also personal care and services. 

Why should you join our Department? 

Are you tired of:
- Continuous force hires
- Big city/county/state issues
- Unhealthy work/life balance

Our department succeeds because our employees succeed, and we firmly believe in mentoring our members at all ranks. Joining our agency means you will be working alongside passionate, dedicated, and innovative members to provide excellent service to our community, visitors, and those who travel through our major highways.

Our standards are high. We recognize current challenges and tackle them head on, all while striving for, and progressing toward excellence in every aspect of our job. If you believe you have what it takes to be a part of our community of firefighters, we invite you to apply today!
3 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Flood watch from 2 AM — 10 PM Tuesday night. Heavy Rainfall along with high winds are expected, so watch for falling trees and downed power lines. Turn Around and Don’t Drown. Avoid driving thru large puddles or running water. ... See MoreSee Less

Flood watch from 2 AM — 10 PM Tuesday night. Heavy Rainfall along with high winds are expected, so watch for falling trees and downed power lines. Turn Around and Don’t Drown. Avoid driving thru large puddles or running water.
3 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Thank you to our Brothers and Sisters in blue. We truly appreciate your efforts and sacrifices to keep us safe. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to our Brothers and Sisters in blue. We truly appreciate your efforts and sacrifices to keep us safe.

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Thank you❤️Joe Moreno for your service Lots of love your Tia Concha Stay safe mijo.

I appreciate Firefighters too.

4 weeks ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire’s 2022 run statistics. It was a busy year for us. We ran 404 more emergency calls than we did last year, while hosting several exams, fire prevention inspections, training and equipment/facility maintenance.
We are here to serve our community!
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Colton Fire’s 2022 run statistics. It was a busy year for us. We ran 404 more emergency calls than we did last year, while hosting several exams, fire prevention inspections, training and equipment/facility maintenance. 
We are here to serve our community!

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Thank you City of Colton Fire PD

1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

Wishing you all a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year! ... See MoreSee Less

Wishing you all a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!

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Same to you! Feliz año

1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

Our sincere condolences go out to the family of Officer Isaiah Cordero and to our brother and sisters at Riverside Sheriffs' Association. ... See MoreSee Less

Our sincere condolences go out to the family of Officer Isaiah Cordero and to our brother and sisters at Riverside Sheriffs Association.

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Thank you sir for ur service, may you Rest In Peace 🙏🏻❤️

Sending my condolence to the family may God wrap his loving arms around you through your trouble time of your loss

My condolences.

RIP OFFICER CORDERO

Sad day

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1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

The men and women of the Colton Fire Department wish you all a Merry Christmas, along with a Happy and Safe New Year! ... See MoreSee Less

The men and women of the Colton Fire Department wish you all a Merry Christmas, along with a Happy and Safe New Year!
1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

Congratulation to Engineer Ron Helms on his official retirement. Ron started working for the Colton Fire Department on April 22 of 1997 as a firefighter paramedic. On October 29, 2006, he promoted to fire engineer and retired on November 21, 2022. During his course of employment, Ron has been assigned to several different stations, operating several different pieces of equipment. Ron has always been a great mentor, sharing his expertise and experience with all members of our organization.
We have all had some great laughs with Ron and he will be missed. We wish you the best of luck on all of your future endeavors, and wish you a long, happy retirement. Enjoy!
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Congratulation to Engineer Ron Helms on his official retirement. Ron started working for the Colton Fire Department on April 22 of 1997 as a firefighter paramedic. On October 29, 2006, he promoted to fire engineer and retired on November 21, 2022. During his course of employment, Ron has been assigned to several different stations, operating several different pieces of equipment. Ron has always been a great mentor, sharing his expertise and experience with all members of our organization. 
We have all had some great laughs with Ron and he will be missed. We wish you the best of luck on all of your future endeavors, and wish you a long, happy retirement. Enjoy!

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Awwww congratulations Ron!!! Lots of memories and laughs working with you! I hope retirement is all you dreamed of.

Congratulations Ron. What a great career! Lots of good memories.

Enjoy your retirement Sir., thank you for your service.

Congratulations old buddy. Welcome to the club

Congratulations and thank you.

Way to Ron Congratulations 👏🎉

Congratulations on a well deserved retirement

Congratulations on your retirement and thank you for all you've done.

Congratulations 👏👏👏Awesome

He was my preceptor for medic school, great guy!! Congrats!!

Congratulations Ron!!!

Congrats Ron! You will love retirement. I have some pictures I should dig out.

Congratulations Ron

Right on , congratulations bud. Have fun !

Happy retirement!!

Congratulations 👏👏👏It’s about time, haas!😂😂

Congratulations!!!!🥰✝️🥰

Congratulations 🎊

Enjoy your retirement Ron

“Louis” !… Time for the “High Lonesome”… 🤠

Well done sir!

Some of the funniest times I had in the fire service were with this guy and his quick wit. Exceptionally funny and smart.

Congratulations Well Done!!

Congratulations!

Congratulations and thank you for your service

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1 month ago
City of Colton Fire

Santa is gearing up for his last night in Colton. We will cover the following streets tonight starting off Mojave Dr. around 1730 hours. Listen for our sirens. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is so fun to see. We are so bummed they didn’t come into the mobile home park this year 😕 we could hear the sirens and were waiting. Hopefully next year. Happy Holidays!

Thank you for bringing a little magic to Colton neighborhoods every year 🎅🏼 We missed Mrs Claus this year! 🤶🏼

We saw you guys the other night on Walters Street. Love what you guys do to help us get in the seasons.

I loved seeing him way over here off 7th Street, Don't Stop Believing

Thank you so much!!! Love it every year!!

Very nice 👍

I live right behind the station. I saw you guys leaving. I took this picture from my apartment not the best picture but I love what you guys do. Happy holidays

Thanks. I was living near Colton City California USA. Colton Redlands Yucaipa Police Department l was living in yucaipa City.

7:30?

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Santa was spotted at Fire Station 214 and is getting ready to head out. The parade will start and end at the identified marks. ... See MoreSee Less

Santa was spotted at Fire Station 214 and is getting ready to head out. The parade will start and end at the identified marks.Image attachment

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Is there any way to show a better map? Any chance of going by mill street area??

Is Santa coming to Rancho Med/ the end of Washington st this year? Last year was the first year he didn’t 😞

For next year, would you be able to post maps like this for other areas? So we know if we're at the start or at the end of the route? ☺️ We look forward to this every year! But last night we didn't see you until after 8pm and we thought it would be earlier.

So sad that we didn't get a drive by this year. We always get Santa by our house and this year we only heard them.

For next year could you post the route for the North/West part of Colton, my family heard sirens as we sat outside waiting, but our street and other streets around us (Kippy, Jeryl, Citrus), were skipped.

This was the best! You guys are so awesome for spreading all the cheer. 🙂

Can’t wait to see you guys tomorrow!!

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Yesterday, your Colton Fire Dept. worked with Walmart & CJUSD and took 50 kids from local schools on a $100.00 shopping spree at Walmart. After shopping, they were treated to snacks provided by Walmart and then they were taken out to lunch. This is our 30th year contributing to our community.
Thank you to San Manuel Fire and San Bernardino County Fire for the station coverage so all of our engine companies could participate.
#makeachildsmile #local935 #coltonfire
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Yesterday, your Colton Fire Dept. worked with Walmart & CJUSD and took 50 kids from local schools on a $100.00 shopping spree at Walmart. After shopping, they were treated to snacks provided by Walmart and then they were taken out to lunch. This is our 30th year contributing to our community.
Thank you to San Manuel Fire and San Bernardino County Fire for the station coverage so all of our engine companies could participate.
#makeachildsmile #local935 #coltonfireImage attachment

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Another year from the best. Thank you Colton Fire and County fire and San Manuel. The best doing what you do best

this is so nice

Love this ❤️!

Way cool

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Be on the lookout for Santa starting Monday, December 12th around 5:30pm. He should be working his way through the downtown area with his firefighter friends.

Please remember that they cannot travel down cul-de-sac (dead end) streets, apartment complexes and mobile home parks. If you are in these areas and would like to see the parade,, please go to a thru street in the neighborhood. We do our best to cover every street.

This parade is weather dependent, so please watch our social media sites for updates in the event of inclement weather.
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Be on the lookout for Santa starting Monday, December 12th around 5:30pm. He should be working his way through the downtown area with his firefighter friends.

Please remember that they cannot travel down cul-de-sac (dead end) streets, apartment complexes and mobile home parks. If you are in these areas and would like to see the parade,, please go to a thru street in the neighborhood. We do our best to cover every street. 

This parade is weather dependent, so please watch our social media sites for updates in the event of inclement weather.

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Are you still coming down n la Cadena dr?

Are you guys starting in la Loma hills or south Colton? We’ve been sitting outside since 5:30 in la Loma hills

Are you coming to loma hills yet

Do u come down palm dr ?

Will you be coming down F St towards Mt. Vernon and Colton Ave?? Thought you were coming last night, but we never saw you, unless you came after 9:30pm.

Is it done already for today, the 12th?

Hi are they still doing the parade today

Did u come down Johnston st?

Hi will you be coming down johnston st today ?

Are you coming to coburn st

Seems like they skipped our street... they were south of us then north of us and now we can't hear them.... hopefully my granddaughter won't be disappointed

Thank you guys for doing this. My boyfriend and I just moved out here and this was amazing. Thank you

What time is Santa starting at today? I’m off Mojave and Cahuilla st will he come thru here I usually drive to Cooley area but it’s hard to tell what time he’ll be where. Can we go to the fire station for the kids to see him lol

Big disappointment this year Santa didn't even come near our neighborhood this year. My granddaughter always comes to our house the night he's scheduled to come down our street and was she really bummed out. Maybe next year he can have a better planned route maybe zig zagging between Rancho and Pennsylvania one night then at least we know to walk down to C street, Olive or Laurel. He didn't get with in 3 blocks of us off of C street tonight.

Not sticking with the correct days and schedule again I see

Never Disappointing Santa and of Course Our Fire & Rescue Were Also Present....

7:00pm and no sign of Santa in la loma hills yet.

Didn’t come all the way down Mill Street and Maryland really disappointed

Are you coming down G st.

Thank u for coming down Johnston st 🎅🏼

Hi hopefully you guys can come down B st again. 🤞🏼

Hola 👋 me quede esperando a santa clouse hohoho jojojo son las 10:30 pm vivo en el 325 de la Mill. Bueno feliz navidad 🎄 a todos los dela ciudad de Colton también city of Colton and fire dpto y police dpto. bueno cuídense mucho saludos bendiciones bonita tradición 🙌💜🤍💛🎄💖

Are You coming kippy dr

Como a qué hora pasa por la calle E?

Thank you to all of you for keep this tradition alive every year 💝🤗💝 May God Bless you .🙏🏽

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

One of our probationary firefighters getting a close up look at large jet passing over our training center. You can't be afraid of heights in our line of work. ... See MoreSee Less

One of our probationary firefighters getting a close up look at large jet passing over our training center.  You cant be afraid of heights in our line of work.
2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving! Please be safe this holiday weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving! Please be safe this holiday weekend.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Save the date. Santa will be touring the City of Colton starting on Monday, December 12th. The parade will start around 5:30pm. Please remember, Santa’s sleigh cannot travel down cul-de-sacs and will not be able to travel through apartment complexes. Hope to see you out there! ... See MoreSee Less

Save the date. Santa will be touring the City of Colton starting on Monday, December 12th. The parade will start around 5:30pm. Please remember, Santa’s sleigh cannot travel down cul-de-sacs and will not be able to travel through apartment complexes. Hope to see you out there!

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Can he come Down to 863 Award Drive Colton California 92324

Man last yr u guys must up didn't even come through a spot u always came by and u guys had my kids all sad seeing him not come here need the old crew back they could drive a truck

Is Valencia by the middle school Monday or Tuesday?

My girls look forward to this every year! Lol we come out as soon as we hear the sirens 🚨 🤣

Hi will you be coming through the Iron horse ridge houses? I always come out late after I here the sirens. I want to be ready this year. Thanks

will you guys come in Reche canyon mobile estates. last year was the first year we didn't get it.

Yay! Thank you, my kids look forward to this every year!

Debra Gomez

Nataly Silva

Priscilla

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire new hires continue learning and honing their new trade skills. Continuous training makes for smooth fire ground operations.
Train like your life depends on it, because it does!
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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Yesterday was an exciting day for our new hires. Jason, Kenton and Sonjia were pinned with their badges signifying near completion of their academy.

Over the last ten days, they were exposed to SOP’s, Dept. and City Policies and Regulations, hose pulls, ladder evolutions, extrication techniques and basic ropes and knots. They all have done extremely well so far.

Best of luck to all three of them over the course of the next 12 months.
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Congratulations! And good luck!

Congratulations. Welcome to a wonderful family of Fire Fighters

Congratulations. Thank you for your future service

Congratulations and thank you!!!!!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations ❤️‍🔥

Going to have to FOIA the cities Affirmative Action reports. With a city that’s 65% White (Hispanic) 14% white (non Hispanic) something is a little fishy

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2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Colton Fire has teamed up again with ABC Channel 7 for their 30th Anniversary Spark of Love Toy Drive. New, unwrapped toys can be donated at any one of our four Fire Stations. Happy Holidays. ... See MoreSee Less

Colton Fire has teamed up again with ABC Channel 7 for their 30th Anniversary Spark of Love Toy Drive. New, unwrapped toys can be donated at any one of our four Fire Stations.  Happy Holidays.

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When is the last day to drop off?

Another job well done by the Colton fire crew.

2 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Rad Flag warning issued for the area through tomorrow. The vegetation is extremely dry and winds are high with gust up to 50 mph. Please be careful out there! ... See MoreSee Less

Rad Flag warning issued for the area through tomorrow. The vegetation is extremely dry and winds are high with gust up to 50 mph. Please be careful out there!
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Today, three new Firefighter Paramedics were sworn in. Please welcome Kenton VanTassel, Jason Buchan and Sonjia Williams. They will be in their mini academy over the next ten days, then they will be in the streets serving our community. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, three new Firefighter Paramedics were sworn in. Please welcome Kenton VanTassel, Jason Buchan and Sonjia Williams. They will be in their mini academy over the next ten days, then they will be in the streets serving our community.

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Welcome to Colton 🙌🏻

Congratulations. Stay safe

Congratulations, and welcome to the Colton Family!

Congratulations. Welcome to the Colton team

That's awesome! Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼🥰

Congratulations!!

Welcome to Colton

That's awesome! Congratulations!

Welcome! 🎊🎊

Welcome!!!

Kenton

Congratulations, but is the City of Colton following Affirmative Action. Seems like Colton is more Hispanic then it is Northern European.

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3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Happy Veterans Day to all that have served and continue to serve. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Veterans Day to all that have served and continue to serve.
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

Celebration of Life for Colton Fire Department Retired Fire Captain, Harold (Berkey) Berkebile.

Memorial Service Information:

Friday December 9th @ 10:00am
Colton Community Church
1301 N. Rancho Ave.
Colton, CA 92324

There will be a lunch reception to follow the service at the same location.
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Celebration of Life for Colton Fire Department Retired Fire Captain, Harold (Berkey) Berkebile.

Memorial Service Information:
 
Friday December 9th @ 10:00am
Colton Community Church
1301 N. Rancho Ave.
Colton, CA 92324
 
There will be a lunch reception to follow the service at the same location.

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Rest In Peace 🙏🏻

Thank you for your service

🙏

Justine Cameron

Thank you for your service. Condolences.🙏🙏🙏💫💦💫💦💫🙏🙏

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3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

## Traffic Alert ##

I-215 WASHINGTON STREET BRIDGE PIPELINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

The City of Colton is alerting the public that construction contractor will be performing work requiring lane closures on I-215 at the Washington Street Overcrossing in the City of Colton.

FULL FREEWAY CLOSURE
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8
9:00 PM TO 5:00 A.M.

WORK WILL REQUIRE CLOSURE OF ALL I-215 LANES
INCLUDING THE EB/WB I-10 / I-215 CONNECTORS.

coltonca.gov/AlertCenter.aspx?AID=Traffic-Alert-I215-Closures-Nov-49-2022-32
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## Traffic Alert ##

I-215 WASHINGTON STREET BRIDGE PIPELINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

The City of Colton is alerting the public that construction contractor will be performing work requiring lane closures on I-215 at the Washington Street Overcrossing in the City of Colton.

FULL FREEWAY CLOSURE
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8
9:00 PM TO 5:00 A.M.

WORK WILL REQUIRE CLOSURE OF  ALL I-215 LANES
 INCLUDING THE EB/WB I-10 / I-215 CONNECTORS.

https://coltonca.gov/AlertCenter.aspx?AID=Traffic-Alert-I215-Closures-Nov-49-2022-32
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

**TRAFFIC ALERT**

I-215 WASHINGTON STREET BRIDGE PIPELINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT
CLOSURES NOVEMBER 4 - 9, 2022

Work is scheduled to take place from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.
Friday, November 4 through Wednesday, November 9.

Pipeline work along the bridge will involve north-bound (NB) and south-bound (SB) nightly lane closures on I-215 between Newport Ave. and Cooley Dr.

All drivers shall anticipate traffic delays and are recommended to seek alternate routes. Work will require CLOSURES OF 3 LANES. AT LEAST ONE LANE WILL REMAIN OPEN AT ALL TIMES.
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**TRAFFIC ALERT**

I-215 WASHINGTON STREET BRIDGE PIPELINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT
CLOSURES NOVEMBER 4 - 9, 2022

Work is scheduled to take place from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.
Friday, November 4 through Wednesday, November 9.

Pipeline work along the bridge will involve north-bound (NB) and south-bound (SB) nightly lane closures on I-215 between Newport Ave. and Cooley Dr.

All drivers shall anticipate traffic delays and are recommended to seek alternate routes. Work will require CLOSURES OF 3 LANES. AT LEAST ONE LANE WILL REMAIN OPEN AT ALL TIMES.Image attachment
3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

It is that time of year again. Remember to check your smoke alarms tonight when you change your clocks back. A working smoke detector, can save your life. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago
City of Colton Fire

November 8 is Election Day!
Check your voter information guide for your closest voting center and track your ballot by visiting the My Elections Gateway at sbcountyelections.com.

You can vote by
(1) dropping off your ballot,
(2) mailing in your ballot (no postage necessary), and
(3) voting in person at any Vote Center in the county.

For more information, visit SBcountyelections.com.
San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters
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November 8 is Election Day! 
Check your voter information guide for your closest voting center and track your ballot by visiting the My Elections Gateway at sbcountyelections.com. 

You can vote by 
     (1) dropping off your ballot, 
     (2) mailing in your ballot (no postage necessary), and 
     (3) voting in person at any Vote Center in the county. 

For more information, visit SBcountyelections.com.
San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters
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