In 1969 the City of Glendora became a member of the Los Angeles County Fire Protection District. The funding for this service is provided as a result of the District receiving a share of the base property tax paid by property owners. As a district member the Los Angeles County Fire Department provides the City of Glendora with fire suppression and emergency medical services.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department is one of the largest and most sophisticated fire departments in the United States, and the City is proud to offer its services to residents and businesses.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department provides its services from three (3) Fire Stations strategically located within the City boundaries. In addition, the Los Angeles County Fire Department provides for the public’s safety by deploying and staffing a variety of emergency response vehicles Air and Wildland, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Prevention, Rescue, Forestry, Health Hazardous Material and Emergency Operations.
IMPORTANT LINKS AND INFORMATION
FAMILY INSTRUCTIONS FOR RAPID ESCAPE (F.I.R.E)
The Los Angeles County Fire Department, in collaboration with the Los Angeles County Fire Department Foundation, is pleased to offer the Family Instructions for Rapid Escape (F.I.R.E.) guide and coloring book, so families can make their homes F.I.R.E. ready and learn how to safely escape.
FOR EMERGENCIES, CALL 9-1-1
FIRE STATIONS IN GLENDORA
231 W. Mountain View Avenue
650 E. Gladstone Street
520 S. Amelia Avenue
FIRE PREVENTION DIVISION
The Los Angeles County Fire Code authorized the Fire Chief to establish access, water supply and fire flow requirements. Plans for occupancies and fire protections systems require approval by the Fire Department. Plans should be submitted to the appropriate Fire Agency.
- (626) 963-0067 | Phone
- (626) 335-7537 | Fax
- Plan Checker - Manny Moshrefi | (626) 963-5564
- Inspector - Thomas Hasan | (626) 963-0067