Daniel R. Munsey, Fire Chief/Fire Warden

San Bernardino County Fire remains fully staffed, and ready to respond. Our primary mission is for the safety and well-being of the citizen and our staff.  In effort to ensure the utmost safety measures, procedures have been put in place in the event one of our staff members has been exposed to Covid-19 or confirmed to have the virus. Rest assured, all equipment and personal protective gear are being disinfected on a continuous basis.

San Bernardino County Fire encourages you to stay home as much as possible while only participating in essential activities, such as critical work functions and shopping for necessities. We know these measures are challenging, but social distancing will help to protect all of our communities. We encourage older adults and those with chronic medical conditions to take additional precautions to avoid getting sick with the disease.

Videos

COVID-19: Footwear at Fire Stations
COVID-19: Wellness Checks
COVID-19: Designated Entry Points at Stations
COVID-19: Decontamination of Apparatus
COVID-19: Decontamination of PPE
COVID-19: Station Daily Routines
How to Wear N95 Mask
COVID-19: What to expect when first responders arrive
COVID-19: What to expect when you call 911
SBCoFD Personal Protective Equipment

COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard

COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard

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Public Information on COVID-19
Residents of San Bernardino County who have questions about the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) may call 909-387-3911 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for general information and resources about the virus. The hotline is NOT for medical calls, only for information. If you are feeling sick, please contact your health care provider or call 911.

Residents may also email:
coronavirus@dph.sbcounty.gov

Community Services
Call 211 or 888-435-7565