Boulder Creek Fire Department
13230 Central Avenue Boulder Creek, CA 95006
Support Boulder Creek Firefighters

Support Boulder Creek Firefighters

While we continue to do our best to protect our community and save as many homes as possible, it is inevitable that we will lose some homes. In this case some of our own firefighters and their families have already lost their homes while they were battling this fire. This go fund me was set… Continue Reading

May Birthdays

May Birthdays

Is your child’s birthday in May? If so, we will post a picture of our fire personnel saying happy birthday to your child from now until the end of May 30. Please contact the department (831-338-7222) to coordinate a drop off of a pre-made Happy Birthday sign with the child’s name. We will attempt to… Continue Reading

Fire Chief News!

Fire Chief News!

Congratulations to Chief McClish on his Retirement! He serviced Boulder Creek fire for a total of 37 years. Happy retirement Chief! We give a warm welcome to Boulder Creek Fire’s new Chief Mark Bingham, who has been with the department since 1998! *Photo credit to SLV Steve 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

File of Life

File of Life

File of Life Have you ever had to call 911, or do you know someone who has? Quite often, when emergency personnel arrive at the crisis scene, little or no medical information is immediately available concerning the patient. Proper treatment may therefore be delayed. File of Life materials can help in this situation. The File… Continue Reading

Sand and Sandbag Information

Sand and Sandbag Information

Sand and sand bags are now available at the fire station. The sand is located in the parking lot behind the Sheriffs Substation next door, and the sand bags may be obtained at the fire station during normal business hours. Sand bags limited to 10 per household. Please bring a shovel as fire personnel are… Continue Reading