AS FIRE SEASON ARRIVES, REDUCTION OF SERVICES AHEAD FOR EAST CONTRA COSTA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
Thursday, 01 January 1970
**Originally Posted on Thursday, 11 June 2020
East Contra Costa Fire Protection District News Release
Release Date: June 10, 2020For Immediate Release
Brentwood, CA — East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (ECCFPD), the local fire agencyserving Brentwood and Oakley Discovery Bay, Bethel Island, Knightsen, Byron, Marsh Creek,and Morgan Territory announced today, that due to severe under-funding, it has been forced totake new, urgent measures to maintain its extremely limited operatio...
**Originally Posted Tuesday, 13 August 2019Every year we hold the annual Lou Paulson Scholarship Contest. We had nine students who submitted exceptional flyers or essays on this year’s topic:Please create a one (1) page original flyer or essay that you would pass out to your neighbors to help educate them on disaster preparedness.“Remember: When disaster strikes, the time to prepare has passed”- Steven CyrosCongratulations to this year’s winner, Madeleine May! She is the daughter of Rob...
**Originally Posted Wednesday, 26 June 2019The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District is pleased to announce the graduation of Academy #53CONTRA COSTA COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTAcademy #53Graduation CeremonyFriday, June 28, 2019at 5 p.m.Lesher Center for the Arts1601 Civic DriveWalnut Creek, CaliforniaCongratulations all and welcome to the Fire District!
**Originally Posted Monday, 11 February 2019The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District is pleased to announce the graduation of Academy #52. CONTRA COSTA COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTAcademy #52 Graduation CeremonyThursday, February 14, 2019, 5 p.m.Lesher Center for the Arts1601 Civic DriveWalnut Creek, CACongratulations and welcome to our fire family!- photo credit Dan Dineen
***Originally Posted September 17, 2010
The Contra Costa County Firefighters have raised and donated money and items to support our organization for the last 20 plus years. Our Bikes for Tykes program began with an engine company crew in Martinez rebuilding bikes for some of the less fortunate neighborhood children and giving them away at Christmas. Over the years the program has grown to giving out nearly 500 new and reconditioned bicycles to various organizations, schools, and local children...