Effective October 28th, 2019 Fire Station #23 (7737 Yosemite Blvd.) will be Temporarily Closed due to Financial Shortages. If you have an emergency please call 911 immediately for service.

Fire Chief Michael Whorton
  • Fire Chief Michael Whorton

  • Fire Chief Michael Whorton



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Welcome to SCFPD Online

Thank you for taking the time to visit the New Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District's website. We strive to be transparent and provide the public with updated information concerning District activities. If there is information that you cannot find on this website, please let us know and we will work to make the information available. Our firefighters, fire prevention and administrative staff are committed to providing the highest levels of customer service, fire protection, fire prevention, fire safety education, emergency medical aid, and other emergency services. Please feel free to contact us regarding our organization or the information contain on this site.
The mission of the Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District is to protect life, environment and property.
Service and Protection with Pride, Respect, Teamwork and Safety.
We will strive to be role models in the community and leaders in our profession. We will be accountable to those we serve, each other and any fire service organizations we interact with. We are committed to providing the best public service through innovative training, education and equipment. We will take the fire department into the future through productive teamwork, open and honest communications and participative decision-making throughout the organization. We are committed to our values, mission, and dedicated to our fire service profession. Our organization is driven to provide a cost effective and efficient fire department while honoring our values, accomplishing our mission and achieving our goals.

Statement of Core Values

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Services Provided

Emergency medical services

Emergency medical services are a type of emergency service dedicated to providing out-of-hospital acute medical care, transport to definitive care, and other medical transport to patients with illnesses and injuries which prevent the patient from transporting themselves.

Structural firefighting

A structure fire is a fire involving the structural components of various types of residential, commercial or industrial buildings.


Wildland firefighting

Wildfire suppression refers to the firefighting tactics used to suppress wildfires. Firefighting efforts in wildland areas require different techniques, equipment, and training from the more familiar structure fire fighting found in populated areas.

About our District

The Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District was formed on March 3, 1995 as a result of Project 94, an exploratory project with the goal of providing the most effective and efficient method of public fire service delivery by reorganizing or combining fire service agencies. SCFPD serves a territory of 195 square miles within the original boundaries of the Riverbank Fire Protection District, Empire Fire Protection District, Waterford-Hickman-LaGrange Fire Protection Districts and the Stanislaus County Fire. SCFPD serves a population of 50,000+ residents within its geographical boundaries. Within these boundaries SCFPD provides service to two cities (Riverbank & Waterford), as well as large unincorporated area within Stanislaus County which includes (Empire, La Grange, Hickman, Eastern Stanislaus County, Airport District, Gallo Winery and the Beard Industrial Tract).

The citizens within the SCFPD boundaries are currently served by:

  • 6 stations – 5 Paid and 1 Volunteer
  • 50 full-time paid employees
  • 5 intern firefighters positions
  • 3 full-time administrative personnel
The District has an annual operating budget of approximately $10.5 million, which is supported by annual property taxes and the fire assessment. The District participates in operational partnerships within emergency response as well as a joint training platform. These partnerships are made possible through a collaborative effort with the neighboring agencies of City of Modesto, City of Ceres, Salida Fire District and the City of Turlock.

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Local Multi Jurisdic...

In cooperation with Stanislaus County the Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District has adopted a Local Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP). Stanislaus County's Local Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Pl

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Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District (SCFPD) sees great opportunity to significantly increase its communications and become fully interactive with the community we serve. We recognize that the more traditional means of

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