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  • Welcome to the Los Santos County Fire Department Homepage

    "The Desire to Serve, The Courage to Act, The Ability to Perform"



    Mission Statement

    "The mission of the Los Santos Fire & Rescue Department is the protection of the community from fire and other emergencies through education, fire prevention code enforcement, emergency disaster planning, and the response of highly-trained personnel.”

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  • Why Should You Join the Fire Department?

     The Fire Department offers a truly unique, accurate, and well-formed role play experience.  No call is the same as the last.  If you are looking for an ever changing, ever-rewarding career, the Fire Department is the choice for you!

    As a firefighter you will go through a well-structured training program including a full classroom session, Emergency Vehicles Operation Course (EVOC), working an active fire scene, working an active medical scene, and much more. Though the training is no easy task to complete, you will agree that it is worth it in the end. After your training, you will have learned all of the skills necessary to uphold the Fire Department’s Standard of Excellence and Community Service.

  • Department Heads

    Fire Commissioner - Ian P. F-100

     Fire Chief - Ashton R. F-101 

    Deputy Fire Chief - Sam I. F-102

    Assistant Deputy Chief - Vacant F-103

    Department Officers

    Fire Captain - Daniel G. F-200

    EMS Captain - Tommy M. F-201

    Fire Lieutenant - Lawrence Y.  F-300

    EMS Lieutenant - Vacant

    Department Sub Divisions

    Life Flight - Taylor O. F-406

    Fire Marshal - Colin J. F-402

    Medical Examiner - Jannis S. F-401

    H.A.R.T - Alex W. F-404




  • Department Resources






  • 2017 Call Statistics

    737 Medical Calls Logged

    475 Fire Calls Logged


    Top 5 Medical Calls:

    1. Motor Vehicle Accidents

    2. Gun Shot Wounds

    3. Traumatic Injury (Other)

    4. Pedestrian VS Motor Vehicle

    5. Unconscious Person

  • Most Active Firefighters

    (of all time)

    1. Jannis S.

    2. Valentin W.

    3. Daniel G.

    4. Tristan M.

    5. Taylor O.

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