Civilians and active bystanders are the most important people on scene of an emergency and are always there first. Will you know what to do in the event of an active shooter or other mass casualty event? Please join us for this FREE community training. Please see registration instructions and to sign up!
To register for the class, you must email the following information to: SafeRC@SBCSD.org
Come visit the fire station and learn more about fire safety, emergency preparedness and injury prevention! The day's activities include learning fire safety tips, live demonstrations, firefighter dress-up pictures, giveaways, and a special guest appearance by Sparky the Fire Dog. This year we're kicking off the festivities once again with a Pancake Breakfast, which begins at 9 a.m. while supplies last.
Rancho Cucamonga Fire District provides opportunities for youth to explore the various career opportunities available in the fire service.
The Wildland-Urban Interface Fire Area refers to the zone where undeveloped, wildland vegetation transitions to developed land such as residential neighborhoods. Communities adjacent to and surrounded by wildlands are at risk of wildfires.
Is your home in the designated Wildland-Urban Interface Fire Area?
Business Emergency Resiliency Training (BERT)
BERT prepares businesses and employees for an emergency through a six course series. Each session can be taken as a stand alone preparedness course, but forms a comprehensive training if completed in a series.
Each course teaches a skill or adds another tool for building disaster resiliency. Taking the classes in succession allows you to establish a cohort style relationship with fellow businesses in the community.