San Bernardino County Fire Protection District - Valley Regional Service Zone

Report Created: 1/22/2018

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The San Bernardino County Fire Protection District reorganized in July 2008 and created the Valley Regional Service Zone. The zone is a component unit of the San Bernardino County Fire Protection District, in which the County Board of Supervisors is the board of directors of the district. The Valley Regional Service Zone provides fire protection and paramedic services to the unincorporated areas of Colton, Devore (Station #2), San Antonio Heights (Station #12), Lytle Creek (Station #20), Mt Baldy (Station #200), Muscoy (Station #75), Bloomington (Station #76), Grand Terrace (Station #23), Mentone (Station #9), Oak Glen (Station #555), Little Mountain, Highland and multiple fire stations within the City of San Bernardino (Stations #221, #222, #224, #225, #226, #227, #228, #229, #231, #232 and #233). Fire protection services are also provided to the Fontana Fire Protection District (Stations #71, #72, #73, #74, #77, #78, and #79) through a service contract. Effective 2017-18, the Valley Regional Service Zone will begin providing fire protection services to the City of Upland as a result of annexation (Stations #161, #163 and #164). Additionally, the Valley Regional Service Zone includes two voter approved special tax paramedic service zones for the unincorporated areas of Highland and Yucaipa; two voter approved special tax fire protection service zones for the Cities of San Bernardino and Upland; and two Community Facilities Districts that levy special taxes to fund fire protection services in the City of San Bernardino and Fontana Fire Protection District. Additional information on the District can be accessed via the link below.


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