Boulder Creek Fire Department
13230 Central Avenue Boulder Creek, CA 95006
Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots

November 25th- December 13th Boulder Creek Fire Protection District will begin collecting new unused toys for the Toys For Tots toy drive. Toys can be dropped off at 13230 Central Avenue, Boulder Creek, at the station or drop off your toy at our the tree lot! They are in high need of gifts for children… Continue Reading

Ash Removal Safety Tips

Ash Removal Safety Tips

Ash Removal Safety Tips Each year, Boulder Creek Fire responds to fires that are caused by improper disposal of hot coals or ashes from fireplaces, wood stoves, pellet stoves, grills or mobile fireplaces designed for use on decks or patios. The fact is that coals and ashes from fires can remain hot enough to start… Continue Reading

Power Line Safety

Power Line Safety

We live in an area prone to power line failure.  Power lines can fall due to many different reasons including vehicle accidents, falling trees, earthquakes, floods, fires, storms and wind events to name a few.  If you encounter a downed power line keep away.  Downed power lines do not need to be arcing for them… Continue Reading

Smoke Detector Batteries

Smoke Detector Batteries

Since we recently changed our clocks for daylight savings time, Boulder Creek Fire would like to remind you to change your smoke detector batteries and test them to keep yourselves safe! Learn more at our Smoke Alarms page. Continue Reading

Grant Awarded!

Grant Awarded!

Boulder Creek Fire along with our neighboring volunteers fire departments; Ben Lomond, Felton and Zayante have been awarded a Federal Grant, which will replace our outdated SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus)! Check out the article in the Press Banner. http://www.goldenstatenewspapers.com/press_banner/firefighters-to-get-new-breathing-equipment/article_972c3146-3cd6-11e7-b206-efa77bde7d92.html Continue Reading

Patsy Rae Johnson Retirement

Patsy Rae Johnson Retirement

Our long time Administrative Secretary Patsy Rae Johnson is retired January 27, 2017. She had been with us for 21 years! We honored Pat with a retirement lunch and a plaque showcasing her years of service. We thank Pat for all her years of service to the Fire District and wish her a happy retirement! Continue Reading

Sand and Sandbag Information

Sand and Sandbag Information

Due to the upcoming storms sandbags available for the public. Sandbags can be picked up behind the Fire Station located at 13230 Central Ave.~ Sandbags are limited to 10 per household.~ Fire personnel are not available to fill bags so bring a shovel.~ Sand is located in the Century parking lot near Railroad Ave. Continue Reading