The Pleasanton Volunteer Fire Department proudly serves the Pleasanton Community.
The Pleasanton Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department will strive to provide the most highly trained, best equipped force possible to protect citizens of our response area. We will be dedicated to the health and well-being of all citizens. This team of volunteers will protect the lives and property of the citizens from natural and manmade hazards and severe medical emergencies through prevention, education, and active involvement. In times of fire, disaster, or other emergencies we will render assistance in order to save life, or to preserve the property of our fellow citizens from their ravages of destructive elements, with duty, honor, and integrity.
Do you want or know someone who wants to volunteer?
The Pleasanton Fire & Rescue Department is always looking for new volunteers that are motivated to add to their team. The rescue side of the department is currently trying to get an EMT class set up in Pleasanton for 2016. The fire department side has started a class in January, but has more opportunities for training. If interested in either or both, please contact the department's recruitment officer, Randy Tolles.
If you would like to apply for a burn permit. Please contact Mike, Dean, or Bob. You can find their contact information on the Contact page. You will need to fill out a burn permit. Temperatures must be below 82 degrees. Wind speeds must be below 15 mph and no gusts above 20 mph. Relative humidity must be above 28%. Click here for a sample burn permit to review.
News & Updates
To our community for donating at our annual pancake feed and hamburger feed this year!
Special Thanks to DuPont and Dixon Ag for the grant allowing our department to distribute Smoke Detectors & Carbon Monoxide Detectors to our community.