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About SDFD

The City of San Diego's Fire-Rescue Department encompasses all fire, emergency medical, lifeguard and emergency management services. This includes 9-1-1 services, fire inspections, permits and community education.

Facts and Figures

  • 343 square miles
  • Population 1,419,845
  • 17 miles of coastline extending 3 miles offshore 4,600 acres around Mission Bay Park
  • 52 fire stations
  • 9 permanent lifeguard stations (31 seasonal stations during peak period)
  • 892 uniformed Fire personnel
  • 98 Permanent uniformed Lifeguard personnel
  • 246 civilian personnel
Incidents FY 2017
Fire 6,105 3.8%
Rescue 1,472 0.9%
Emergency Medical Response 113,601 71.2%
Urgent Medical Response 12,577 7.9%
Non-Emergency Medical Response 13,670 8.6%
Hazard 11,385 7.1%
Service 534 0.3%
Events 83 0.1%
Other 163 0.1%
Total 159,590 100%

Mission Statement

To serve the community of San Diego by providing the highest level of emergency/rescue services, hazard prevention and safety education ensuring the protection of life, property and the environment.

 

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