The San Bernardino County Fire Department is an all-risk fire department serving a county with a population of over 2 million residents.
SBCoFD is one of 12 Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Regional Task Forces in the state trained to respond to earthquakes, traffic incidents, swift water rescues, acts of terrorism, mudslides, and avalanches.
San Bernardino County Fire has over 600 fire suppression personnel serving over 60 communities of San Bernardino County.
San Bernardino County Fire Department’s Service Motto: Duty, Honor, Community (photo: Terri Nielsen).
San Bernardino County Fire serves over 16,000 square miles of San Bernardino County (photo: HLM Photography).
SBCoFD hand crews are professionally trained to provide assistance and support on all emergency incidents 24/7. (Photo: Brandon Barsugli)
SBCoFD personnel are trained to handle water emergencies such as ice and swift water rescues (photo: Terri Nielsen).
Youth between 14 and 20 years of age can join the SBCoFD Fire Explorers program, click image above for details.
SBCoFD responded to over 4,000 traffic incidents and performed 167 traffic-related extractions in FY 2014-15 (photo: Terri Nielsen).
The San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to over 2,800 fires in FY 2014-15 (photo: Tod Sudmeier).