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Strike Team Deployment

July 24, 2015: County Fire Strike Team CNT 2310C was deployed to the Wragg Fire in Napa and Solano Counties. 

July 27, 2015: Strike Team 2310C was then demobed from the Wragg Fire and reassigned to the Lowell Fire in Nevada County.

July 31, 2015: County Fire deployed our OES engine (OES289) to the Humboldt Lightening Complex.

July 31, 2015:  Two paramedics were deployed as Fireline Paramedics to the Rocky Incident in Lake County.

August 1, 2015: 2310C was then deployed to the Rocky Fire.

August 6, 2015: Strike team relief crew were sent to the Rocky Fire to replace existing strike team. 

August 7, 2015: OES 289, as part of Strike Team 2807A was assigned to Cal Fire's Anderson Mobilization Center

August 8, 2015: Strike Team XSC 2310C was deployed to Fork Complex out of the Anderson Mobilization center. Working on putting out approxmiately 40 fires that were all ignited by lightning on July 30, 2015.

August 9, 2015: Paramedics assigned to the Rocky Fire were reassigned to the Jerusalem Incident.  The Jerusalem Incident is a new start in LNU and has burned 2000 acres in two hours, and is burning south west of the Rocky Incident.

August 17, 2015: County Fire has strike team crews are at the Fork Complex, South Complex, and Humboldt Complex fires.

August 19, 2015: County Fire 2310C was returning from Fork Complex Fire and was detoured to the Tesla Fire near Livermore. A Incident Communications Manager and Radio Operator remained at the Fork Complex Fire. County Fire also sent a firefighter as PIO to Cuesta Fire.

August 20, 2015: 2310C returned home from Telsa Fire. 

August 24, 2015: County Fire has sent firefighters to the South Complex fire, Fork Complex fire, Cuesta fire, Rough fire, Route Complex fire, and Washington State.

August 25, 2015:  2310C deployed to the Mad River Complex. 

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    Summer Safety Tips

    Summer is here!

    While you enjoy some fun in the sun, Santa Clara County Fire Department reminds you to keep some safety tips in mind.

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    Pull to the Right for Sirens and Lights

     County Fire is participaing in the Pull to the Right for Sirens and Lights safety campaign during the month of November.

     

    Do you know what to do when you see sirens and lights?
    Click here and Santa Clara County first responders will tell you. 

     

     

    Watch the PSA

     

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    WILDLAND FIRE SAFETY

    To assist residents in safeguarding homes and property from wildfires, Santa Clara County Fire Department offers a lists of preventative measures that will greatly reduce the risk of loss or damage to your home.

      

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    County Fire Reaccredited as Internationally Accredited Agency

    County Fire has been approved for accreditation by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) for the third time. Accreditation shows County Fire is continuously providing quality improvement and enhancement of service delivery for the community.accreditation.jpg

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    CERT/PEP Classes

    Taking CERT training is easy, fun and a great way for your business or neighborhood to strengthen working and personal relationships that will be vital in responding to an emergency.

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    Medication Disposal

    Santa Clara County Unwanted Medication Drop-Off Program offers residents a convenient and environmentally-friendly alternative to flushing or throwing away pills, expired medications, medicinal liquids, controlled substances or illegal drugs.

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    211 Community Service:

    Santa Clara County 2-1-1 is a free, confidential, non-emergency information and referral service that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Mandarin, and 140 other languages.

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    AlertSCC

    AlertSCC is a powerful mass notification system that will be used to send emergency information and instructions to anyone who lives or works in Santa Clara County.

     

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    PulsePoint

    PulsePoint is an App now available to residents of Santa Clara County that alerts CPR-trained bystanders to someone nearby having a sudden cardiac arrest that may require CPR.

     

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    Internationally Accredited Agency

    Accreditation is a comprehensive self-assessment and evaluation model that enables organizations to examine past, current, and future service levels and internal performance and compare them to industry best practices.
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    Twitter Feed

    Santa Clara Co Fire @sccfiredept Aug 27
    #CountyFire's OES strike team deployed to #OkanoganComplex, Washington. Batt. Chief met the WA Governor! #StrikeTeam http://t.co/r9Tfr5cIUt
    Santa Clara Co Fire @sccfiredept Aug 27
    #CountyFire deployed to the #MadRiverComplex. Crews at #LassicFire during briefing. #StrikeTeam http://t.co/R0ZDZQeaxT
    Santa Clara Co Fire @sccfiredept Aug 27
    #CountyFire reaccredited by #CFAI! We have shown continuous quality improvement & enhancement of service delivery! http://t.co/JlHZUmBkCw