Job Announcement: Firefighter Paramedic
The City of Santa Cruz will be sharing an eligibility list with Central Fire Protection District for the position of Firefighter. Applications will be accepted from Monday May 11th at 8:00 AM to Tuesday May 12th at 8:00 AM. For job description and information on how to apply, download the job flyer here.
Request for Qualifications for Legal Services
Central Fire Protection District of Santa Cruz County is currently accepting RFQ and resumes for Legal Services. All firms and attorney’s wishing to apply may obtain the RFQ information here. All completed packets must be turned in no later than April 29, 2015, Attn: Chief Jeff Maxwell. No faxes or emails accepted.
Wildfire Defensible Space Inspections
Beginning in early spring, our wildfire defensible space (LE-100) inspectors will begin conducting defensible space inspections on properties located within the SRA. Residents whose properties will be receiving these inspections will receive a letter in the mail notifying them of an upcoming inspection. A copy of that letter can be viewed here. In order to prepare your property for your LE-100 inspection and the upcoming wildfire season, check out these vegetation management and defensible space tips. Thank you in advance for your participation in this important fire safety program. Please contact our Fire Prevention Department at (831) 479-6843 if you have any questions regarding our LE-100 inspection program.
Announcement of Open and Competitive Examination for Business Services Manager
Central Fire Protection District is accepting applications for a Business Services Manager. The job description and application instructions for this position can be found here. All inquiries and application submissions for this position should be made to Maria.Otsuka@armaninollp.com.
New for the 2014-2015 Backyard Burn Season:
Beginning December 1st, 2014, residents of Central Fire District will be required to come to the Central Fire District Administration Office at 930 17th Avenue in Santa Cruz to obtain a Backyard Burn Permit prior to burning. This is a new requirement for residents in addition to calling Central Fire and Monterey Bay Unified Air Pollution Control and following all rules and regulations that pertain to backyard burning. To view an example of the burn permit and to read additional rules for backyard burning, click here.