Fire Department
The firefighting professionals and staff of the Turlock Fire Department (TFD) are proud to serve the citizens of the City of Turlock in Stanislaus County. Turlock is geographically located in the center of the San Joaquin Valley of California. It is the second largest City in Stanislaus County and is located along the Highway 99 corridor.

Responding to approximately 7,000 calls for service each year (from 4 Fire Stations), TFD is a high-performance fire department. In terms of critical infrastructure, TFD is the emergency service provider for a number of high-hazard occupancies, including commercial processing facilities; 1 hospital with an emergency department; the Stanislaus County Fair Grounds; and California State University Stanislaus, with a student population of more than 9,000 on a 228-acre campus.
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Information about working as a firefighter in Turlock, our explorer program, and how to join us for a ride along.

SERVICES
Services we offer, including smoke detector changes, home safety inspections, station tours, school site presentations, incident reports, and bike licensing.

CPR CLASSES
We partner with American Safety Health Institute to offer CPR classes. Find out when and where we are offering a CPR class.

SAFETY & FIRE PREPAREDNESS
Learn how to be ready to keep you and your family safe in the event of a fire.

BUSINESSES & DEVELOPERS
Information for those opening or running a business or developing in Turlock.

ABOUT US
Learn about our history, how we are structured, our service statistics, our other operations, and our Santa truck tours every December.

SANTA TRUCK
Our Santa truck tours every December.
On Social Media

Six of our Probationary Firefighters are completing their 7 Month Probation Test this week.

Each Firefighter has a 12 month probationary period in which they must successfully complete tests at 4, 7, and 10 month intervals. These tests include both manipulative & didactic portions that test the firefighter’s knowledge, skills, and abilities.

#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Facebook 2 days ago

Turlock Firefighters Training this morning on the use of a Gantry with a @Paratech_Inc Bipod set up. This Gantry will allow crews to lift and move heavy objects without a crane or heavy wrecker. #Turlock #TFD #Paratech
Posted on Twitter 3 days ago

Turlock Firefighters Training this morning on the use of a Gantry with a Paratech Fire & Rescue Equipment Bipod set up.

This Gantry will allow crews to lift and move heavy objects without a crane or heavy wrecker.

#Turlock #TFD #Paratech
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

Happy President’s Day!

Fire Administration will be be Closed today and will re-open tomorrow. We hope you enjoy the rest of your Holiday Weekend.

#TFD #Turlock
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

FIRE SAFETY FRIDAY

Do you & your family have a fire escape plan? Plan ahead and be prepared in the event of a fire in your house.

#Turlock #TFD #FireSafety
Posted on Facebook 5 days ago

Turlock Firefighters are completing Week 3 of HazMat Technician class today. This morning students were presented with a Simulated response to a hazmat release with all ICS positions filled with entry and decontamination. #Turlock #TFD @SFTnews4u
Posted on Twitter 6 days ago

Turlock Firefighters are completing Week 3 of HazMat Technician class today.

This morning students were presented with a Simulated response to a hazmat release with all ICS positions filled with entry and decontamination.

#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Facebook 6 days ago

Several Turlock Firefighters are continuing HazMat Technician class this week at the Turlock Fire training grounds.

#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Facebook 7 days ago

Due to the forecasted rain, high winds, and flood watches in the next several days, please use caution when driving and stay alert. #Turlock #TFD @NWSSacramento @StanEmergency
Posted on Twitter 8 days ago

Due to the forecasted rain, high winds, and flood watches in the next several days, please use caution when driving and stay alert.

#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Facebook 8 days ago

Several Turlock Firefighters are currently in Week 2 of Hazardous Materials Technician class. This 4 week course is being hosted by Turlock Fire at our Training Grounds. TFD currently has 3 levels of HazMat personnel: HazMat FRO, HazMat Technician, & HazMat Specialists #Turlock
Posted on Twitter 8 days ago

Several Turlock Firefighters are currently in Week 3 of Hazardous Materials Technician class.

This 4 week course is being hosted by Turlock Fire at our Training Grounds. TFD currently has three levels of Haz Mat personnel: HazMat FRO, HazMat Technician, and HazMat Specialist.

All of our HazMat Technicians & Specialists are part of the Stanislaus County HAZMAT Team and train on a monthly basis. This collaborative team is available to be activated for any Hazardous Materials incident within the county or surrounding area.

#TFD #HAZMAT #Turlock
Posted on Facebook 8 days ago

Mayor Amy Bublak rode along with Engine 31 both yesterday and this morning to check in with our firefighters and to experience some of the daily operations of the Turlock Fire Department. Thank you Mayor Bublak for taking the time to ride-a-long with us!#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Twitter 9 days ago

Mayor Amy Bublak rode along with Engine 31 to check in with our firefighters and to experience some of the daily operations of the Turlock Fire Department.

During her ride-a-longs, she was able to respond to multiple emergencies with E31, including a potential structure fire, commercial fire alarm, and medical emergencies.

Thank you Mayor Bublak for taking the time to ride-a-long with us!

#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Facebook 9 days ago

We hope you’re enjoying the weekend!

Engine 31 protects the southeast quadrant of the City of Turlock. This area includes main thoroughfares, the downtown district, schools, and residential areas. Engine 31 is staffed with 3 personnel and is housed at Station #31 located at 540 E. Marshall.

#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Facebook 10 days ago

The 1st week of TFD's Engineer Academy concluded today. The focus was on Truck 31 & aerial operations today. All members passed this week successfully & will now focus on continuing their driving skills with their normal companies until the next portion of the academy resumes.
Posted on Twitter 12 days ago

The first week of Turlock Fire’s Engineer Academy concluded today. The focus was on Truck 31 and aerial operations today.

All members passed this week successfully and will now focus on continuing their driving skills with their normal companies until the next portion of the academy resumes.

#TFD #Turlock
Posted on Facebook 12 days ago

FIRE SAFETY FRIDAY

Make sure you have a working Carbon Monoxide detector in your home. Take a moment to test your CO Detector every month.

#Turlock #TFD
Posted on Facebook 13 days ago

Turlock Fire's Engineer Academy started this week. Seven Turlock Firefighters are going through this process to become qualified to drive and operate our fire apparatus. Today's topics were inspection & maintenance. #TFD #Turlock
Posted on Twitter 15 days ago



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