Contra Costa County Fire
The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District was originally formed by the merger of the Central Fire Protection District and the Mt. Diablo Fire Protection District. This took place on December 29, 1964. Stations 1, 3 and 4 in Walnut Creek and Stations 2 and 5 in Pleasant Hill were part of the Central Fire Protection District while Stations 6, 8 and 10 in Concord, Station 7 in West Pittsburg, Station 11 in Clayton and Station 9 in Pacheco were part of the Mt. Diablo Fire Protection District.
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The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District exists to provide you, your family and our communities with professional services dedicated to the preservation of life, property and the environment.
The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District is a recognized fire service leader that strives to become the premier fire organization that honors the past, recognizes the challenges of the present and will continue to raise the bar of excellence into the future.
Our Core Values
We value the importance of service before self. We are committed to providing superior emergency and non-emergency services.
We value teamwork. Each of us must be accountable for our own role. Collectively, we must perform to the best of our ability to achieve a common goal.
We value commitment and dedication as fundamental elements to achieving excellence. We believe in what we do and we will always strive to maintain our high standards and values.
We value leadership and empowerment at all levels in our organization in order to be successful.
Safety and Preparedness
We value safety and preparedness as necessary elements of our service delivery system in order to protect our communities and ourselves.
We value the trust that the public has placed in us. In return we will act with integrity, respect, and honesty by always "doing the right thing."